In today's digital world application service levels have become extremely critical for business results. At the same time complexity of environments has been increasing over time with the advent of Cloud Solutions and the evolution towards micro service architectures.
If cost would be no issue, then the solution could be to throw in a lot of resources and hire a whole bunch of skilled IT people. However, in most cases that is not an option. We need to revert to a better approach with our existing staff and preferably operate at a lower cost. This is what site resiliency engineering is all about.
During the session we look at how observability with Instana and Hybrid Cloud Cost Optimization with Turbonomic can help in realizing such an approach.
- The need of observability and automated resource management
- Instana DEMO & key value points
- Automate decisions to minimize cloud costs while assuring app performance
- Turbonomic DEMO & key value points
Eric Cattoir, IT Specialist Global Sales - Cloud Platform Sales
During a 29-year career at IBM, Eric was involved with many customer projects of various sizes. He has a long experience in all kinds of development related technologies, ranging from Mainframe environments till mobile and IoT. He has been involved in aspects of modernizing existing environments as well as in implementing new technologies. He has experience both with deep down development, but also with methodology, architecture and change consultancy. Currently he is a consultant within the IBM Automation Brand where amongst others he is helping customers with the various AIOps solutions.
Giovanni Rafael Vuolo, Technical Sales Engineer - Cloud Platform Sales
Giovanni is a Technical Specialist within the IBM Automation team, where he helps Enterprise Clients achieve their transformation to an automated Hybrid Cloud architecture. He also covers Turbonomic and Instana presales activities, helping prospects and customers to get all the value and benefits of using these platforms: assuring performance of IT at the best cost and in a sustainable manner.
Before joining IBM, Giovanni was conferred a double master’s degree in Software & Service Architecture on the Cloud at the Polytechnic University of Madrid and the University of Trento