How to Build a Hybrid-Cloud Edge Architecture

Now Available On-Demand

Original Air Date: May 24, 2017 at 11am PDT / 2pm EDT

The cloud changes everything. Hybrid Cloud and DevOps have challenged enterprise IT in many ways. Applications are now deployed in a self-service model and span both on-premises and the cloud.

Join experts Michael Beesley and Dan Backman of Skyport Systems as they explore critical information to help you ensure your infrastructure is ready when moving to the hybrid cloud. You will learn how to:

  • Easily and securely enable application deployment in hybrid cloud environments
  • Make your infrastructure cloud ready
  • Become a cloud enabler and what that means
  • Build a hybrid-cloud edge architecture

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Michael Beesley, CTO, Skyport Systems
Michael has led several routing and switching product lines, which grew to become billion-dollar annual revenue products at both Juniper Networks and Cisco Systems. Michael joined Cisco Systems through their acquisition of BCN Networks, where he was the Founder and CEO. He then joined Juniper Networks where he most recently was the CTO of the Infrastructure Products Group with Stefan. Michael holds degrees in both Mathematics and Computer Engineering from Trinity College in Dublin.

Dan Backman, Director of Technical Marketing, Skyport Systems
With 20 years in enterprise and carrier data networking and network security services, Dan has held roles at Juniper Networks, Plexxi, and Extreme Networks. He has expert-level certifications in JNCIE-ENT and JNCIE-SP, and has architected large-scale deployments of MPLS and WAN networks, as well as next-generation network security infrastructures. Dan has a passion for communications (in both the messaging and data networking senses), and is driven to apply technical innovations to solving real business problems.


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