Path to Cloud: Navigating Your Journey to Efficiency, Sustainability and Security
About this event
Date: Thursday 20 April
Time: 9.30am – 1.30pm
Location: Aspire Technology Solutions Ltd, Pipewellgate, Gateshead, NE8 2BJ
Many organisations have been deterred from migrating to the cloud due to the extensive planning required to decommission outdated systems and exit in-house data centres.
However, the cost-saving, future-proofing and scalability provided by combining state of the art colocation services and cloud-native infrastructure make the challenge entirely worth the effort!
Join our upcoming seminar to discover best practices for migrating your legacy infrastructure and network to the cloud. We’ll be joined by networking giant and Gartner Magic Quadrant Leader, Extreme Networks and owner and operator of one of the largest purpose-built datacentre campuses in the UK, Stellium.
Through a series of informative sessions from industry experts, you’ll discover the benefits of cloud migration, gain insights into the most common migration challenges and learn strategies to overcome them. You’ll also discover how users, applications and devices consume cloud-based services. In addition, you’ll have the opportunity to network with other like-minded professionals and cloud migration experts to share your experiences and learn from others.
- Leaving your legacy behind and moving to the cloud – Aspire Technology Solutions
- Planning your cloud migration strategy – Aspire Technology Solutions
- The acceleration of connected devices and the demand for granular visibility and security – Extreme Networks
- Utilising future networks and sustainable colocation to drive digital transformation – Stellium
- Automated application assurance for critical apps – Extreme Networks
- Aspire path to cloud recap and close – Aspire Technology Solutions
- Lunch at The Hilton, Tyne Restaurant (located next to Aspire HQ)
- Tour of Stellium Data Centre
Register now to secure your spot and take the first step on your path to cloud migration success.