As a ‘cloud-first’ mentality continues to permeate public sector leadership – the approach has proven successful for many, but impractical for others. With so many innovative applications and uses to multi-cloud infrastructure – Defense and National Security institutions are unable to do without. But is this their only option? How do Defense officials tap into the benefits of multi-cloud infrastructure when compliance and other considerations get in the way of innovation?
Many public sector institutions around the country are beginning to look at alternate locations to host certain apps and workloads, particularly by developing on-prem cloud infrastructure along with bringing added storage online & workloads back from external cloud providers. This provides them with an alternate means for transforming workloads and service delivery. As leaders look to guide their agencies into the era of multi-cloud to support hybrid workforces, those same leaders are asking – how do leaders in the Defense and National Security community go about putting workloads where they can maximize efficiencies and output?
These are among the considerations we will explore at Public Sector Network’s Integrating Smart & Hybrid Cloud Infrastructure for Government webinar. Join an innovative speaker line-up of Defense leaders as they address how to maximize technological impact, explore if, and when, to repatriate apps and workloads, and discuss how to finally shift from ‘cloud-first’ to a true ‘cloud-smart’ strategy.
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Your Inspiring Speakers
Executive Manager & Agency Cloud Subject Matter Expert
Central Intelligence Agency
Louis A Koplin
Deputy Chief Technology Officer, Department of the Navy Chief Information Officer
US Navy (Pending Agency Clearance)
GEMSS Program Director
Hybrid & Smart Cloud Integration: Developing a Sound Strategy for Maximizing Cloud Technology’s Impact
Flexibility is key for technology leaders across the public sector – allowing for them to address and cope with challenges as needed and with appropriately balanced resources. While urgent imperatives often drive the early adoption of technologies before the impact, scope, and scale of that integration can be fully appreciated – many public sector technology leaders are reassessing that approach and allowing for additional flexibility, scalability, and strategic agility by integrating additional data storage infrastructure to support the repatriation of key assets, applications, and workloads on-prem.
This panel discussion will explore how technology leaders across the public sector are transforming their infrastructures and strategies to leverage the hybrid cloud in a more intelligent and nuanced way.