Mark Bowker, Senior Analyst - Cloud, Mobility & Security, ESG & Jason Dover, VP Product Strategy, Kemp
The usage of public cloud services is pervasive as 78% of organizations currently use public cloud services. This dynamic is creating urgency for IT adapt as 45% of organizations take a cloud-first approach to new application deployments. Businesses also aspire to embrace cloud services but are also aware of current data center reality.
As the gap continues to widen between rapid cloud innovation and enterprise reality, ESG will share how organizations continue to try to strike the balance between cloud native and legacy infrastructure. Learn how IT operations remains challenged on how to build, maintain, and operate a developer-ready infrastructure without impacting developer velocity while planning the future of monolithic applications by attempting to embrace new cloud native architectures.
ESG will highlight how future applications will be architected to include cloud services interconnected to existing IT infrastructure investments, and how distributed cloud is designed to provide a connected ecosystem of cloud services, developer-ready infrastructure, and legacy IT that provides consistent operations for both cloud native and legacy applications