According to a recent study, 83% of enterprise workloads will be in the cloud by 2020—41% of enterprise workloads will run on public cloud platforms, an additional 20% are predicted to be private cloud based, and another 22% will be running on hybrid cloud platforms.
The cloud (in all its forms) allows your organization to deliver more value to customers faster. In order to execute a successful cloud strategy, organizations have adopted a DevOps approach, focusing on automation and monitoring. Full visibility of your IT infrastructure and workloads—whether in the data center or cloud—is key to successfully managing a DevOps environment.
View this webcast with LogicMonitor founder and chief evangelist Steve Francis and Puppet chief tech strategist Nigel Kersten to:
- Learn what should and shouldn’t be migrated to the cloud
- Learn why having strong configuration management along the way is ideal
- Gain valuable insights and tips on how to increase your IT agility
- Understand what steps you can take to enhance the DevOps culture within your organization
Steve Francis, Founder and Chief Evangelist, LogicMonitor
Steve is the founder and chief evangelist at LogicMonitor, where he is responsible for building the company’s brand as a leading global infrastructure software vendor. Steve is an established IT industry veteran with over 20 years of experience, and his vast IT experience ranges from setting up the first customer BGP peering with MCI to giving talks on Kubernetes. Previously, Steve was responsible for the operations of a diverse group of organizations, such as National Geographic, the University of California, Citrix Online, and Valueclick. Steve’s favorite pastimes include stand-up paddleboarding, jiu jitsu, and biking.
Nigel Kersten, Chief Tech Strategist, Puppet
Nigel is chief tech strategist at Puppet, where he is deeply involved in the company’s DevOps initiatives. He has served in a variety of roles at Puppet, including head of product, CTO, and CIO, and was responsible for the development of the initial versions of Puppet Enterprise. Previously, at Google, Nigel was responsible for the design and implementation of one of the largest Puppet deployments in the world. He regularly speaks around the world about the adoption of DevOps in the enterprise and IT organizational transformation.