After the success of our first event in November 2017, we will be hosting another Race to the Cloud session in the UK on Thursday 28th June 2018. The event is to educate businesses about the cloud, and to give them the opportunity to interact with peers to learn about the many ways cloud can be implemented.
Don’t worry if you missed the first event last year, as we have a brand-new agenda. Which means if you did attend the first Race to the Cloud – you won’t want to miss out on this event either!
This session will look at the Modern Development approaches to developing and deploying applications into the Cloud. We will highlight an approach, tools and capabilities to use open source technologies to build, deploy and manage applications in the cloud to support DevOps approaches.
In this short presentation Dominic will detail some of the new and upcoming services available for databases in the Oracle Cloud. He will also explain how easy it is to access and leverage the new Oracle Autonomous Database Cloud Service.
This session will show you how the cloud offers businesses a means to re-assess what you can do in terms of security, and to move away from a network centric model, to something more proactive and data focused.
If you are looking to optimise the value of your technology investments, please join us for our lunch and learn at the Churchill War Rooms in London.
Without Data Intensity as our hosting partner, there’s no way that my staffing level could remain as stable as it has been over this amount of time. Data Intensity is really an extension of our staff and part of our company. I don’t know what I would do without them; overall I would give them an ‘A+.’
Data Intensity’s expertise in Hybrid Cloud helped us optimize our existing infrastructure yet deliver greater scalability, security, and response time to our global organization.
They have proved themselves many times over – we have tested the market for price and stayed with Data Intensity; we have looked at alternative technologies and stayed with Data Intensity – and we are happy that a short-term fix has turned into a long-term relationship.