Why Financial Services Firms Are Opting for Cloud-Based Infrastructures

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Josh West, Red Hat; Jeff Ardilio, KPMG LLP; Paul Nashawaty, Enterprise Strategy Group

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Customer expectations and the nature of financial transactions are changing drastically, accompanied by a higher volume of smaller-value transactions, far greater total financial assets managed, and deeper global and state regulations. Addressing the friction of change in core transactional systems remains top of mind for financial services firms as they envision new ways to remain pervasive in how people and corporations exchange value. Organizations are turning towards a multi-cloud strategy and next-generation architectural paradigms to quickly evolve business capabilities. Recent ESG research shows that 88% are using more than one public cloud infrastructure, while 42% are deploying 4 or more cloud service providers. In this webinar from Red Hat, KPMG, and ESG, industry leaders will discuss: • How organizations are adapting to deliver in the cloud-native paradigm • How they address observability, security, compliance • Why microservices and event-driven architecture are increasingly the preferred way to deliver business capabilities Some or all of the services described may not be permissible for KPMG audit clients and their affiliates or related entities.
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