Webinar on cloud computing

I found the webinar very interesting, the first speaker talks about why not all data  are good candidate for the cloud, he talks about the criteria’s of compatibility and virtualization when choosing which of our data should be meant for the cloud, he also described the two form of data movement in public cloud to be the “movement of data from the cloud to an on premise application” and “movement of data from the cloud to an on premise application”, he also talked about importance of considering if the data being uploaded into the cloud is safer managed on the traditional method of managing data or in the cloud, he further talked about disaster recovery and compliance issue, he also talked about service agreement with cloud service providers and criteria for choosing one, lastly he commented  on how legacy systems would become less important as the business drift toward total implementation of cloud computing with recommendation that businesses procure cloud specific and oriented tools.

I also found the presentation of the second presenter also very interesting cause he talked about how cloud computing is changing the whole landscape, by changing the way and how things are to be done, he talked about how cloud computing is changing the role of the IT professionals with the opportunity that comes with it and why businesses must begin to executing or evaluating a cloud plan right way as he believes this is the way and how business is being done today and would remain like that for a long time to come.

Reference :

FLYING BLIND INTO THE CLOUD? | WEBINAR PREVIEW

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