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Hybrid, Multi-cloud Management Maturity is Key to Delivering Better Technical and Business Outcomes

Wednesday, April 24, 2024
8 am PDT | 11 am EDT | 4 pm BST

New research by the Enterprise Strategy Group highlights how leaders tame complexity, increase efficiency, and innovate at the speed of business

Cloud computing and its security solutions are pivotal for modern business operations, yet managing a hybrid, multi-cloud setup poses numerous hurdles. IT faces the challenge of harmonizing diverse cloud providers with varying architectures and costs while ensuring consistent performance and minimizing expenses and vendor dependency. Meanwhile, optimizing developer experiences is paramount, as developers drive competitive advantage. Meeting their diverse needs, from seamless development and deployment to robust monitoring and security tools, strains IT resources. Balancing these demands is critical for organizational success.

New research by the Enterprise Strategy Group surveyed 1,000 knowledgeable IT decision-makers, highlighting how organizations with the most mature approach to hybrid, multi-cloud operations are improving ITOps and SecOps outcomes in their cloud environments. Some of the most compelling advantages leaders see include:

  • Increasing profitability while also accelerating cloud deployments
  • Delighting developers and accelerating developer agility
  • Reducing cloud costs
  • Achieving greater application resilience in the cloud
  • Empowering agile SecOps.

Join this LIVE webinar to learn more about the results organizations with a mature approach to managing hybrid multi-cloud operations are achieving and what they are doing to lead the way.

Meet the Presenters

John Grady

Principal Analyst, Network Security & Web Application, Enterprise Strategy Group

Principal Analyst John Grady uses his nearly 20 years of IT vendor and analyst experience to help clients identify and understand key market trends, refine their messaging, and be more successful in the marketplace. Prior to joining Enterprise Strategy Group, John spent four years at Symantec, where he was responsible for market insights and analytics supporting product, go-to-market, and executive stakeholders. Previously, John worked as an analyst at IDC covering network, web, and email protection and leading initial research initiatives on then-emerging areas such as advanced threat prevention and DDoS protection. He holds a BA in History from Providence College in Providence, Rhode Island.

Adam Demattia

Director of Custom Research, Enterprise Strategy Group

Adam DeMattia leads ESG’s custom research practice and is responsible for designing and executing both quantitative and qualitative primary research projects. Adam has been researching and discussing a broad spectrum of technology topics -- including cybersecurity, cloud computing, customer experience, application modernization, and more -- for the past decade, helping ESG and its clients better understand and react to the demand-side dynamics of their markets.

Anthony James

Vice President, Product Marketing, Infoblox

Anthony James is a seasoned technology and marketing executive bringing in 20+ years of marketing and product experience in the cybersecurity industry and leads as Infoblox’s VP of Product Marketing. With his unique ability to dive deep into technology, he is able to develop messaging and marketing strategies with high value and differentiation, and has a proven track record of increasing market share for companies of all sizes. Anthony holds an associate’s degree in Computer Science from the Sydney Institute of Technology in Australia, where he began his career before migrating to the San Francisco Bay Area in 1999 to drive innovation within the Silicon Valley scene.

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Wednesday, April 24, 2024
8 am PDT | 11 am EDT | 4 pm BST

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