Cloud Webinar: Safe Guard Your Application from Cloud Outage

Live Webinar: Safe Guard Your Application from Cloud Outage

Nati ShalomNati Shalom
CTO and founder of
 Gigaspaces

patrick-webinarModerator:
Patrick Pushor
CTO and founder of
 CloudChronicle.com

 

To ensure a highly available cloud and safe guard your cloud from outages, you must take into consideration disaster recovery, redundancy, point of failure, and much more. In our upcoming webinar, Nati Shalom, Founder and CTO of Gigaspaces, will focus on high availability while presenting real outages use cases and best practices such as Netflix’ Chaos Monkey. Together with Patrick Pushor of CloudChronicle.com, he will discuss:

  • Considerations for multi-cloud or multi-region deployment
  • Automating Disaster Recovery Processes
  • The Shared Responsibility Model
  • The Cloud Cost Impact

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Sign up for this exciting live event to find out how companies such as Netflix, Twitter, and Pinterest are safe guarding against outages and how you can apply these practices to your own cloud. Following the initial discussion, you will have the opportunity to participate in a live Q&A with Nati and Patrick.

Register now for this FREE event that will take place on Thursday June 20th at 11am EST.

About the Presenters

Nati Shalom, CTO and founder at Gigaspaces

As a thought leader in cloud computing, Shalom is the founder of the Israel Cloud Consortium. He is a frequent presenter at industry conferences, and is actively involved in evangelizing Space-Based Architecture, Cloud Technologies, Data Grid patterns, and Real-Time Analytics for Big Data Applications.

Moderator: Patrick Pushor, CTO and founder at CloudChronicle.com

Patrick spends his time evangelizing cloud computing at cloudchronicle.com and abroad.  He interviews thought leaders and innovators in the space via the Interview Series Podcast and pens his thoughts around the business and technical implications of cloud computing.


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Thursday June 20th at 11am EST