We are now entering the next phase of cloud adoption where enterprise applications are moving to the cloud and IT organizations need to handle multilayer applications in complex multicloud operations as well as well as dynamic cloud-native applications on the same platform.
Typical challenges that arise include deciding which workload should be placed in which cloud, what the criteria are for deciding workload placement, how to govern cloud usage and ensure regulatory compliance, how to gain visibility into the performance of cloud services, how to secure enteprise applications and cloud native applications, and how to enable cloud-based innovation from edge to core to cloud and drive the right level of connectivity.
To deal with these challenges succesfully, IT organisations should look not only at the technology evolution and select the right cloud providers, cloud operating model, and target architecture, but also at the development of skills and the cultural change that follow the change in technology platform.
IDC's Multicloud 2020 will review industry trends and provide you with an opportunity to look at the ways companies can move from islands of innovation to cloud-based operating models at scale and drive a cultural evolution to speed up innovation and business transformation.
November 19, 2020
10:00 - 12:30
Enterprises need to establish a cloud center of excellence to drive standardization of governance and operational processes and evangelize cloud usage across the organization
How to choose the right cloud platform for each business critical application. This could be on-premise, in the cloud, or increasingly, at the edge
The governance models of the on-premise era are too rigid for the agile cloud world. Setting a governance model that links business objectives and cloud operations goals is key to sustaining business performance and enabling cloud-based innovation.
Ensuring cloud security, regulatory compliance in a world of contradicting international cloud and data privacy laws, as well as building digital trust are key enablers for Multicloud success.
To determine which platform to go deep into customization and lock-in and which platforms to keep as standard as possible is the biggest choice that IT managers need to make in the next 3-5 years.
The operational complexity of operating a Multicloud environment is high. IT managers need to invest in Multicloud management tools and processes to automate and operate at scale.
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Attendee login, Networking & Expo
Welcome by IDC
IDC Keynote: Multicloud 3.0: Ready for Enterprise Workloads
Senior Program Director, Lead Analyst, Cloud in Europe, IDC
Tackling Multicloud Operations Complexity
Cloud Center of Excellence - Optimizing Cloud
Geert De Ron
Cloud Security Architect EMEA, Check Point
Case presentation: Criteria for choosing the right cloud for each application
Break with One-to-One meetings and Networking
Driving Operational Excellence in the Cloud
Stefan van Oirschot
Chief Digital Advisor, Red Hat
Multi-Cloud is Multi-Finance: FinOps control in enterprise Multi-Cloud
Head of Micro-Enterprise Applications & Multi-Cloud Services, Fujitsu
It’s very likely that enterprises with a Multi-Cloud strategy will place several migrated systems into multiple different Public Clouds. With that, they are generating costs for pay-per-use instances and services, reserved instances with long-term obligations and licenses. Companies will receive invoices from various providers. How can they keep control over budgets and costs? This session is about setting budgets, validating costs and implementing centralized billing for Multi-Cloud environments using the major three platforms AWS, Azure and Google Cloud.
Case presentation: Choosing the right cloud platform: On-premise, In the cloud or at the Edge?
Break with One-to-One meetings and Networking
The IDC European Digital Industry Forums will be run on an all-in-one live online events platform where attendees can learn, interact, and connect with people from anywhere in the world.
We will welcome you at our Digital Reception area where we will showcase the event schedule and our partners. We will guide you for a great time & a lot of exiting digital touch points.
You will get inspired by the professional stories shared by industry pioneers and IDC analysts. Our keynotes experts will answer questions, propose provoking online polls, take part in the chat and comment on what is happening. Everything is done live.
Learn about proven best practices through real-life case studies in moderated digital breakout sessions. This intimate experience is an opportunity to gain a clearer understanding of current organizations challenges.
Meet with peers to discuss common challenges and share concrete experiences thanks to our Networking feature using your webcam for up to 3 minutes.
Visit interactive booths leveraging digital content allowing you to explore key trends or discover more about innovative products.
Get a head start on the market with insights from our leading analysts
Get inspired by visionary speakers with locally based cases
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Be surprised by unique network opportunities with other IT leaders
Red Hat is the world’s leading provider of enterprise open source software solutions, using a community-powered approach to deliver reliable and high-performing Linux, hybrid cloud, container, and Kubernetes technologies. Red Hat helps customers develop cloud-native applications, integrate existing and new IT applications, and automate and manage complex environments.
A trusted advisor to the Fortune 500, Red Hat provides award-winning support, training, and consulting services that bring the benefits of open innovation to any industry. Red Hat is a connective hub in a global network of enterprises, partners, and communities, helping organizations grow, transform, and prepare for the digital future.
Fujitsu is the leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company offering a full range of technology products, solutions and services. Approximately 130,000 Fujitsu people support customers in more than 100 countries. We use our experience and the power of ICT to shape the future of society with our customers. Fujitsu Limited (TSE:6702) reported consolidated revenues of 3.9 trillion yen (US$35 billion) for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2020. For more information, please see www.fujitsu.com
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