This month, we’re bringing you a series of free webinars to help you learn how a hybrid cloud approach can add agility, flexibility and speed-to-market for your organization.
First, we’ll highlight the key considerations to plan for capacity over time and how the cloud comes into play.
In our second webinar, we’ll talk about the performance tradeoffs of using NoSQL, and whether or not it’s right for you.
And at the end of July we’ll dive into Exceptional Cloud Services and its suite of developer solutions, including error tracking and Redis-as-a-Service capabilities.
Join us in lively and engaged discussions with our experts at Rackspace and your peers in the industry, including Enterprise Cloud Solutions Strategist Brian Jawalka and Sam Brisbee, Director of Technical Business Development at Cloudant.
Here’s a schedule of what’s to come:
The Next Generation IT Department – Must Have Cloud
Wednesday, July 10 at 11 a.m. CST
Speaker Brian Jawalka, Rackspace Manager of Architecture & Strategy Enterprise Cloud Solutions, and John Engates, Rackspace CTO
As your data center needs more capacity, the cloud will be critical to success. What are the key considerations to help plan for the needed capacity over time? And how can the cloud best work with your existing applications? In this session, architect and cloud strategist Brian Jawalka will talk about the SaaS consumer apps that are forcing IT to evolve.
NoSQL & Big Data: The No ‘BS’ Edition
Wednesday, July 17 at 11 a.m. CST
Speaker: Sam Bisbee, Director of Technical Business Development at Cloudant
There’s a lot of hype out there on NoSQL databases, but not enough honest talk and concrete use cases to know when and how to do it right. Join Sam Bisbee, Director of Technical Business Development at Cloudant, for a discussion on the design decisions you should consider when vetting NoSQL as the back end for your application.
Error Insights Across All Your Applications
Wednesday, July 24 at 11 a.m. CST
Speaker: Justin Mares, Exceptional Marketing Manager
Our recent acquisition of Exceptional Cloud Services is helping us enhance our toolset for developers who are deploying and managing applications on the open cloud. These technologies give us the expertise to help startups and cloud developers bring their cloud-based apps to market faster. Join us for a lively discussion on how some key acquisitions, like Exceptional, are helping us fortify our commitment to developers.