Cloud-Native Workshop - Santa Monica

April 21, 2017
Success Factors for a Mature Microservices Implementation You're likely working actively to modernize application workloads to take advantage of public and private cloud, or at least developing a strategy to do so. Many CIOs, faced with large portfolios of existing applications, are wrestling with finding the right approach to increase innovation and update the cloud-native skills of their existing teams while continuing to provide good service for existing applications. As longstanding partners, ECS Team and Pivotal are collaborating once again to provide insights into cloud-native development and application modernization. The workshop addresses: Keys to a successful cloud-native application replatforming strategy Considerations for adopting a multi-cloud strategy The role that microservices have in driving this adoption Best practices for application replatforming and application modernization At the conclusion of this workshop, you will have a better understanding of the importance of cloud-native development, hear considerations for how to adopt it moving forward, and see how Pivotal and ECS Team can support your company with this journey. Speakers include: Mark Carlson, Chief Technology Officer, ECS Team Dustin Ruehle, Senior Cloud Architect, ECS Team John Funk, Advisory Platform Architect, Pivotal Please note that registration and breakfast will take place at Pivotal Labs Santa Monica at 8:45am with the main session starting at 10:30am at ROC Santa Monica. We hope to see you on Tuesday, April 11th in Santa Monica!
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