Cloud-Native Platforms Briefing
A cloud-native platform is a form of modern infrastructure, often leveraged to deploy emerging technologies such as AI and edge computing. Typical benefits of adopting a cloud-native platform include improved efficiency, reduced operational costs, and enhanced reliability and availability of critical business applications and services.
During this briefing, attendees will better understand the need for modern infrastructure and how it can help them meet their strategic business objectives, as well as what trends WWT sees in the cloud-native space and how we address customer needs and challenges.
- Industry trends
- What is a cloud-native platform?
- Drivers to adoption
- Paths to adoption
- Solutions overview
- Cloud-native journey
What is a Briefing?
A briefing is a scheduled event with one or more WWT Subject Matter Experts – typically via a live videoconference – where our Subject Matter Experts present an overview of specific topics, technologies, capabilities or market trends. Attendees are allotted time for Q&A to pose questions specific to their organization. Delivered free of charge.
Who should attend?
IT directors, infrastructure managers, platform architects, DevOps architects