Training | Public Speaking | Consulting
Title : How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Cloud
Speaker : Kellman Meghu
Tags : cloud, security, future, machine learning, devops, containers, blockchain, microservices, serverless, disruptive, agile
Time : 50 minutes
Description: I used to think the cloud was a marketing term for someone elses computer, and that I knew my place in the world, doing what I loved to do. Now imagine realizing that your whole approach to security and computers, was wrong. That you had been invalidated by the rapid change of information technology, and a strategy for security that despite being successful, was in actuality an impending failure. I’ve made a horrible mistake. I took pride in helping people protect their business, but now I will take ownership for mistakes made. I feel like I forgot the technology was there to serve the needs of the customer, and started to think the customer needed the technology. It’s backwards, and we need to go back to delivering services that enable the business goals, including reduction of costs, before we end up bankrupting the whole thing under crippiling IT costs. And if that means I need to change everything I worked so hard to build, well so be it.
What To Expect : You will be challenged to think differently about technology, and be exposed to transformative IT concepts. This session aims to be disruptive, and arguments are encouraged.
Cost : $5000 + travel and expenses as applicable.