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Hybrid Cloud 101 – What you should know

Jared Wray Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Tier 3
Enterprise perception of cloud computing has gone from vendor hype to IT priority. A common first step for many enterprises is to develop a private cloud. However, hybrid cloud computing promises to increase business flexibility and to further reduce cost. Join us as we explore what is a hybrid cloud, why hybrid cloud, how to get started, key considerations, and common use cases.

Speaker:
Jared Wray Founder and Chief Technology Officer, Tier 3
As founder and CTO, Jared is architect of Tier 3’s Enterprise Cloud Platform. Wray founded Tier 3 in 2006 to address the emerging need for enterprise on-demand services and today oversees the development, support and operations of its enterprise-class cloud solution and is responsible for the company’s intellectual property strategy and new product development. Leveraging the tenets of virtualization automation, Wray designed the Tier 3 enterprise cloud to be an agile, self-optimizing platform for customers’ mission-critical, production applications. Wray relies on his extensive experience directly managing or consulting on scaling large Web infrastructures for companies such as Corbis Corporation, Ascentium, and Microsoft. A serial entrepreneur, Wray previously founded Dual, an interactive development firm with clients such as Microsoft and Nintendo.
Mar 20 2012
59 mins
Hybrid Cloud 101 – What you should know
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What it means, why it matters, how you get there. Sponsored by NetApp.
Like cloud computing, cloud storage can provide massive economies of scale. You get more IT capacity for less money because the infrastructure is being shared across multiple clients or business units. Additionally, sharing resources enables agility, which translates into faster time to market.

If you are an enterprise, cloud computing sounds great in theory, but you are probably thinking “how do I get started?”

In this channel, we will feature industry thought leaders as well as NetApp speakers to explore moving enterprises to the cloud. Hint: It’s not a sprint, it’s a journey.

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