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Cloud strategies to thrive in a post-pandemic world
Part of the For Cloud Professionals podcast series
Post-pandemic, companies will be looking to chart a new path to success. Key to that success will be overcoming barriers to cloud, finding the right partner for the journey, and embracing new ways of working. Building robust ecosystems will play a large role as well.
What's up for cloud post-pandemic? Embracing new technologies and ways of working
There’s little doubt that the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated cloud adoption, but many companies still face significant barriers to cloud. In this episode, David Linthicum and guests, Deloitte’s Ranjit Bawa and VMware’s Ajay Patel, discuss Deloitte’s alliance with VMware and how companies can make cloud adoption easier by overcoming cloud barriers. They also talk about how—even during the midst of the pandemic—organizations can begin to chart a path to growth and agility in the new normal that will emerge. Hint: it’s about finding the right partner on the journey, embracing new technologies (like edge computing), addressing talent barriers, and creating ways of doing business.
Disclaimer: As referenced in this podcast, “Amazon” refers to AWS (Amazon Web Services) and “Google” refers to GCP (Google Cloud Platform).
We're in the midst of this big shift to modern technology and modern delivery. The intersection of business and tech and realizing the art of the possible is what's most exciting.
Ajay Patel is the general manager for VMware’s Modern Applications Business. He leads cloud native application solutions/services and helps provide at scale multi-cloud management solutions through VMware Tanzu portfolio. In this role, Ajay is responsible for the division’s strategy, business and product planning, engineering, support and VMware Pivotal Labs services.
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