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Nine ways to fail at cloud native

Cloud-native is the perfect recipe for innovation, adaptability and engineering excellence – when it goes right. When it’s not right, it can be a monster spaghetti, a quality headache, and frustratingly inflexible. Dr Holly Cummins shares stories about all the ways cloud-native can go wrong (and how to avoid them).


Unlock the full potential of your Cloud with IBM and Red Hat

In a world where the average organisation now utilises over seven discrete Cloud providers, it is becoming ever more critical to ensure that your Cloud strategy is open, portable and secure. In this session understand how the IBM & Red Hat acquisition is enabling organisations to accelerate their move to Chapter 2 of Cloud.


Editorial: Why Big Tech can be proud of its coronavirus response

The novel coronavirus pandemic is sweeping the globe and once bustling industrial economies are grinding to a halt. 

Companies and their employees are being forced to rapidly adapt to a new way of working, civil liberties are being withdrawn to ease pressure on already-squeezed health services, and emergency services on the frontline of the pandemic are making unthinkable sacrifices to attend the infected.


IBM, Amazon, Microsoft and Google mobilise supercomputing and cloud resources to fight Covid-19

IBM, Amazon, Microsoft, and Google are joining forces with the White House, the US Department of Energy, and other US federal agencies to deliver supercomputing power and public cloud resources to scientists and researchers working to address the novel coronavirus global pandemic.

As part of the newly-announced Covid-19 High-Performance Computing Consortium, the companies are making 330 petaflops of performance available to researchers attempting to understand the virus and form treatments that can be used for potential vaccines.


Cloud Expo Europe & co-located events to bring over 21,000 delegates to the UK’s largest enterprise technology event this March

CloserStill Media’s award-winning event stack is expected to welcome over 21,000 international industry professionals to the ExCeL London to connect with innovators and service providers, network with peers and access a wealth of knowledge and advice on emerging enterprise IT trends.

The two-day event will feature a suite of new content and highlights, including Big Data & AI World Leaders Circle, a laser-focused platform where senior data leaders will share inspiring stories, facilitating conversations to help them overcome data challenges. Joining the Leaders Circle for its inaugural year are Peter Eckley, CDO, Bank of England; Simon Asplen-Taylor, CDO, Rank Group; and Nick Hough-Robbins, CDO, Shell Retail IT, among others.



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