Date And Time
Wed, May 13, 2020
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM BST
Unlocking The Cloud Operating Model **Virtual Workshop** 13.05.20
About this Event
Now is the time the Cloud needs to work.
To thrive in an era of multi-cloud architecture, driven by digital transformation, enterprises must consider how to industrialise the application delivery process across each layer of the cloud: embracing the Cloud Operating Model, and tuning people, process, and tools to it.
HeleCloud work as an implementation partner with HashiCorp; assisting to consult, design and deliver cloud automation solutions with HashiCorp, whilst using HashiCorp Terraform for 95% of all their infrastructure projects.
Register now to discover:
- What is the Cloud Operating Model and why is it becoming so necessary?
- How do you unlock the value of the unique capabilities of each cloud provider in the pursuit of better customer experience and business value?
- How can you simplify operations for a multi-cloud reality, where skills can be applied consistently regardless of target cloud environment?
When: 11am GMT | Wednesday 13th May 2020
- 11:00 : Introductions
- 11:05: John Boero, Solution Engineer, HashiCorp | Cloud Operating Model
- 11:25: Will Hall, DevOps Consultant, HeleCloud | Modernising Infrastructure Automation with HashiCorp Tools
- 11:40 : Q&A
Who should attend: Practitioners and technical decision makers. Reserve your space now to participate in the discussions including your own situation and questions.
Where: Virtual Event, Live Stream details to follow
- John Boero
John is a Solutions Engineer for HashiCorp. Prior to HashiCorp, John held similar roles at other software organisations, such as Puppet and Redhat. In John’s role, he enables HashiCorp customers and partners to use HashiCorp tools at scale. He was born in Chicago but lives in London. His favourite ice cream flavour is cookie dough.
- Will Hall
Will is a DevOps Consultant at HeleCloud, GitLab Hero and Docker Community Leader. He has been architecting and delivering successful solutions with software since 2005, most recently using DevOps tools and processes with Terraform, Vault and Ansible. He has also been supporting HashiCorp Implementation Services to bring HashiCorp Enterprise tools to companies. He is interested in the evolution of DevOps, exploring the great opportunities to modernise existing applications and infrastructure to run them alongside new tools and services. These include containerisation, serverless and infrastructure as code.