Enterprise Application Evolution: Hybrid Apps and the Cloud

Enterprise Application Evolution: Hybrid Apps and the Cloud

 

Available On Demand
Duration 60min
Speakers
Brad Schick
Chief Technology Officer
Skytap
Brad Schick
As Chief Technology Officer, Brad Schick leads Skytap's overall architecture, technical direction, and IP strategy. Brad also ensures Skytap's technology aligns with the company's vision and key partnerships. As Vice President of Engineering, Brad runs Skytap's engineering, quality assurance, and operations teams. Brad is a software industry veteran with proven team and corporate leadership skills. Most recently, Brad was founder at Wegos, Inc., an innovative gaming start-up. Prior to Wegos, he was the Vice President of Engineering at Vizrea, which was acquired by Microsoft in 2007. Earlier in his career, Brad worked at Microsoft Corporation, where he led development teams on Windows and Internet Explorer. Brad has also been an instructor at the University of Washington and has a passion for hands-on problem solving and programming at all levels. Brad holds a B.S.E. in Mechanical Engineering from Tufts University.
Complex multi-tier enterprise applications that have been under development for decades assume reliable hardware and typically have dependencies on underlying operating systems, hardware configurations, and network topologies. The boundary between one application or service and another is often fuzzy, with many interdependencies, which shows why the evolution of enterprise apps will be hybrid.
 
Attend this webinar to learn how to:

  • Evolve complex multi-tier enterprise applications to leverage public cloud resources
  • Architect your application development and testing environments to maximize efficiencies
  • Enable self-service to development teams providing Agile infrastructure
  • Maintain resource utilization visibility and control over public cloud resources
Register now to gain insights from Brad Schick, CTO of Skytap, into why the evolution of enterprise applications will be hybrid applications that will opportunistically take advantage of cloud based services.


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