William Lee, Research Director, Cloud Services, IDC Asia Pacific | Guy Danskine, Managing Director, Australia, Equinix
A large percentage of a digital enterprise's revenue depends upon the responsiveness, scalability, and resiliency of the infrastructure deployed within its own facilities as well as its ability to take advantage of third-party provided and operated infrastructure resources delivered as a service. The emerging digital infrastructure ecosystem, increasingly built on a cloud foundation, focuses on ensuring ever faster delivery of innovative infrastructure hardware, software, resource abstraction, and process technologies to support the development and continual refinement of resilient digital services and digital experiences.
Digital infrastructure does not just reside in central enterprise or cloud datacenters. It includes the assets/resources that enable the shifting of applications and code for enhancing customer experiences (CXs), embedding intelligence/automation into business operations, and supporting ongoing industry innovation at edge locations. These locations include network multi-access edge computing (MEC) nodes, campuses, buildings, and metro colocation facilities.
Join Dr William Lee, Research Director for IDC Cloud Services Asia/Pacific, and Guy Danskine, Managing Director for Equinix Australia for an insightful discussion as they review the latest technology trends and explain the need for organizations to re-think their infrastructure modernization strategy for business agility and resiliency. This virtual fireside chat is tailored for IT leaders looking at making the most of their digital infrastructure investment and addresses the challenges associated in the shift.
You'll learn about
- Future of Digital Infrastructure
- Building a Cloud-centric Digital Infrastructure
- Challenges when moving from Traditional Infrastructure to Digital Infrastructure
- Enabling Business Agility and Resiliency