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What impact will blockchain have on the future enterprise and how will it evolve?
Part of the For Cloud Professionals podcast series
The future of blockchain and cloud is evolving. There are severals tools and technologies available to help add value to the Enterprise.
Blockchain and the cloud: Tools and evolution for the enterprise
Join host David Linthicum and guest Val Bercovici, founder of PencilData, as they discuss the current state of Enterprise blockchain and cloud, potential future evolutions, and the value blockchain tools and technologies can provide Enterprises.
Amazing new business services and other personal services will be enabled by Blockchain.
Val Bercovici is the co-founder of Peritus.ai, and is also a founding member of the governing board at the Cloud Native Compute Foundation (CNCF), the Linux Foundation home for Google's Kubernetes technology. Val has also enjoyed a long career at NetApp/SolidFire launching multi-billion dollar storage products, creating the competitive team & strategy, directing new research investments for the NetApp Data Fabric roadmap and serving as SolidFire CTO.
As blockchain matures, progress along five vectors can help mitigate or topple existing barriers to adoption. Overcoming these five barriers can help organizations lower the cost and risk of deploying blockchain while expanding the practical applications of the technology.
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