Architecting Your Way Up in the Cloud
Joey van Kuilenburg / 18 May 2016
Amongst the various cloud technology vendors and certification bodies offering cloud training, cloud solution architecture (CSA) is by far the most commonly served area. Architecture is undeniably important, but what is it that makes cloud architecture so deserving of this attention? What changed for architects in cloud computing? How do IT professionals, and the trainers and consultants supporting them, make this transition to cloud architecture successfully?
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About the Speaker
Mark Skilton maintains more executive positions, accolades, publications and digital expertise than any one paragraph can really do justice to. He’s an experienced, highly credible, consultant, partner, board director, founding CEO, C-level communicator, professor, author and HuffingtonPost contributor. He’s a business systems leader and expert in international standards, IoT, digital transformation, customer experience, Agile, mobility and telecoms strategies, innovation, labs & startups, cyber security, technology risk, governance, productivity, AI, data analytics and social organization design strategies, solutions and organizational transformational design. He’s held several positions working with Fortune 500 companies in over twenty countries. In addition to these and his central role in the definition and design of the CCC certification program, Mr. Skilton is Professor of Practice in Information Systems Management and Innovation at Warwick Business School, and Global Director, Portfolio Strategy and Solutions for Capgemini.
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