Using Tech as an Advantage: Flexport’s network transformation with AWS + Prosimo

Presented by

Kevin Paige, Flexport | Vaishali Ghiya, AWS | Ramesh Prabagaran, Prosimo

About this talk

Too often, companies are limited by the network architecture that ultimately overlooks the cloud’s potential as a tool for competitive differentiation. Flexport, A large Global freight forwarder is embracing the full potential of cloud technology to reach every corner of the world, empower cross-functional teams and enable faster releases through automation. But successful cloud adoption needs to have a cloud networking construct that will scale and continue to meet demand. To unlock the full benefits of the cloud and simplify cloud operations and networking architecture, leaders need to ensure that 4 key requirements are addressed as they progress their journey – Cloud Networking, App Performance, ZTNA and Observability. Leaders must think more strategically, encouraging collaboration across teams and automating repetitive processes to optimise innovation. In this customer case study from Prosimo, we’ll be exploring the benefits of partnering with AWS and presenting a roadmap for successful network transformation. Topics for discussion include: - The comprehensive business case for Network transformation - Rethinking Cloud networking - the role of AWS in your journey to adopting a new approach to application experience - How an integrated stack infrastructure empowers your teams to simplify multi-cloud network and security architecture Speakers: Kevin Paige - Global CISO at Flexport Vaishali Ghiya - Head of Network and Security GTM at AWS Ramesh Prabagaran - CEO at Prosimo

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