New 451 Research finds that IT organizations must be agile and able to execute change without disruption. But there are plenty of challenges. In this informative webinar replay on hybrid cloud environments we discuss some of these findings and offer keys to a successful cloud migration.
Melanie Posey, Research Vice President and General Manager, Voice of the Enterprise at 451 Research, and TDS experts, Andy Smith, VMware Design Expert VCDX #208, and Eric Kraieski, VP of Software TDS, offer a crash course on how to plan your journey effectively and smoothly utilizing exciting new migration planning strategies and tools.
Join us for some insightful discussion, use-case examples, and tips for getting started with these new strategies for hybrid cloud migration.
After watching these experts discuss the details, you’ll learn how the journey to the cloud can not only be accelerated but can establish a resilient and business-aligned IT organization that will withstand the changes ahead.
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