It’s no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic has shaken up enterprises and their work structures, with many being forced to enact digital transformation projects or further digitalise their operations.
This has increased the need for larger, more powerful and agile data storage solutions. Many have turned to migrating their workloads to the cloud to solve issues of scalability and flexibility.
But simply adopting new cloud technologies does not guarantee cost and time efficiency, as legacy application development models can burden systems and hinder digital transformation. That’s why data center consolidation is one of the next crucial steps needed to maximise your organisation’s capacity and agility.
“More than ever, enterprises need to maximise their technology investments to bring simplicity to their cloud operations and infrastructure,” said Vaughn Stewart, the Vice President of Technology Alliance Partners at Pure Storage.
Countries in Southeast Asia may lag behind countries in other regions for their cloud agility, which could in fact present opportunities to reposition existing infrastructures to leapfrog the competition and take advantage of opportunities in cloud technology.
On Thursday 22 October, we will be joined by the Pure Storage team to focus on how your business can reduce costs, streamline your systems and optimise performance agility in your workloads to effectively do more with less.
Optimising Oracle workloads to do more with less in the new norm
Recent economic volatility has revealed the ways in which traditional infrastructure can leave even the most robust enterprises on their backfoot when a shakeup in work structures occurs.
Following an introduction from Chua Hock Leng, the Managing Director for ASEAN at Pure Storage, we will take a look at how you can optimise Oracle Cloud workloads with Danny Higgins, the Head of the APJ Solution Architects team at Pure Storage.
Practicalities in Managing and Migrating Database Workloads
With so many digital infrastructure solutions available like on-premise, hybrid cloud, public cloud and private cloud, knowing how to successfully manage and migrate your database workloads is paramount.
In a panel session complete with industry experts, we will take a look at the key considerations to determine whether your database is suitable for the cloud and the potential risks of migration, and solutions to mitigate them, when these databases are mission-critical.
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