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Cloud Economics: What is it and why is it important?

Join our panel of experts to understand what Cloud Economics is and why a Cloud business case is an important step in customers journey to the cloud. The panel will also talk about customer experiences and best practices that can help organisations to easily migrate to Cloud with the help of VMware Cloud on AWS.
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