The cloud is the computer, we’re now dealing with many clouds. The current cloudscape comprises a handful of massively scaled public cloud options but also a large array of branded private clouds. Sign-up to get notified for the next Structure as we sort out this sometimes confusing scenario for you as the top minds in the business discuss the state of this multi-cloud world.
- Distributed computing is the new cloud computing. Computing at the edge. Edge computing. Whatever you want to call it, more processing will be done closer to the actual end user to improve performance and generate real-time data. What will this look like?
- How will the internet of things change infrastructure needs? As a billion devices come on line, we’ll need a new security model and a new data architecture.
- Is it time to re-architect the web? As governments and corporations have come to dominate the most important crossroads of the internet, are de-centralized ideas for the internet about to come back into vogue?
- How does the public cloud best suit your organization? With Dropbox moving off of Amazon Web Services yet Salesforce.com moving onto the dominant public cloud player, there are all kinds of considerations companies must make when planning their infrastructure needs. Learn what you need to do.
- Who are the next “Super 7” infrastructure buyers?
- If 2015 was the year of experimentation with containers, and 2016 was the year of production, will 2017 see mainstream adoption of containers for production workloads?
- How will the data centers of the future be managed?