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Evaluating Cloud Strategies in 2022

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The definition of cloud computing has expanded dramatically in the last 15 years. Today, companies purchase cloud computing services from multiple public cloud providers (multi-cloud). There’s a cloud ecosystem of software toolkits to support application modernization and multi-cloud environments. But moving to a multi-cloud environment sounds more straightforward than it is.

The emergence of vertical clouds offer compliance features and a set of hybrid cloud services. These hybrid services help organizations balance cost, compliance, and security while maintaining data gravity. Intel has always taken a hybrid approach to cloud computing to support agility and cost containment.

In this video, cloud influencer Maribel Lopez interviewed Jo Peterson of Clarify 360 and Craig Chvatal of Intel on the topic of evaluating cloud strategies for a LinkedIN live. In it they discuss what to do with workloads that have become more complex and diverse, balancing the complexity of the necessity to modernize while maintaining the legacy systems running businesses, and much more. 

You can read more insights about the conversation on Maribel's blog Intel and Clarity360 Share Insights on Evaluating Cloud Strategies.

 

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Maribel Lopez is a leading tech industry analyst, speaker and business advisor at Lopez Research focused on helping companies understand and navigate digital transformation. You can find her on LinkedIn, Twitter, and her website.

Jo Peterson is a visionary digital transformation expert, board member, advisor, philanthropist, and United States Air Force veteran. As VP of Cloud and Security Services for Clarify360, Jo and her team of solution experts design, develop and maintain future-ready cloud technology services that enable organizations to scale, compete and succeed in the digital economy. Find her on LinkedIn and Twitter

Craig Chvatal  has more than 30 years of experience in the IT industry. He is the Principal Engineer and Director of Platform Architecture and Governance in Intel IT’s Corporate Functions EA organization. His specialty is driving business value through architecture and execution of large enterprise-wide platforms. Follow him on LinkedIn.

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