AZURE SUMMIT 2021

September 13-23, 2021 | USA

Join us on a week-long learning of Azure that runs from September 13 - 19, 2021. Learn from 120 Azure cloud leaders, trainers, and experts through live sessions. More Speakers coming soon! What's on the Agenda? • AI + Machine Learning • Analytics • Compute • Containers • Databases • Developer Tools • DevOps • Hybrid + Multicloud • Identity • Integration • Internet of Things • Migration • Networking • Security • Storage • Web

Spotlight

Hosted applications and software-as-a-service (SaaS) cloud computing models both offer benefits, but which model is right for your organization and application? Understanding SaaS applications and how they differ from a hosted application environment can be difficult. A SaaS model creates a service-oriented experience with dedicated teams who understand the software, hardware and infrastructure needs of the application and who can therefore provide support at all levels. With hosted solutions, the support team has limited knowledge about the server and the architecture involved since all of that is managed by the application provider. However, more non-SaaS application providers are setting up their own hosting facilities.


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IBM PREVAIL Conference

October 19-21, 2021 | USA

PREVAIL is a unique follow-the-sun virtual event devoted to IT resilience, performance, security, quality testing and Site Reliability Engineering. Resilience is a more vital topic than ever as the challenges presented by COVID-19 have pushed many organizations beyond normal concerns around DevOps, cloud adoption or Agile methodologies. Cloud-based services are in high demand and expected to be fast, secure and always-on. To address these issues, the IBM Academy of Technology is sponsoring PREVAIL — an IBM technical conference hosted by technical people for a technical audience. It is a safe space for technical people to talk about technical topics.

EuropeClouds Summit 2021

October 19-21, 2021 | USA

The Summit will provide the opportunity to present the most advanced technologies and solutions in the fields of Cloud Computing, alongside networking of the European industry best human capital – Cloud Architects, DevOps, FinOps, and Business Decision makers Cloud computing is growing from day to day. In this event, you’ll expand your knowledge, discover the leading solutions to succeed and get practical tools to sharpen your skills.

KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North-America 2021

October 11-15, 2021 | USA

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s flagship conference gathers adopters and technologists from leading open source and cloud native communities from October 11-15, 2021. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s flagship conference gathers leading technologists from leading open source and cloud native communities to further the education and advancement of cloud native computing. Kubernetes and other cloud native technologies enable higher velocity software development at a lower cost than traditional infrastructure. Cloud native – orchestrating containers as part of a microservices architecture – is a departure from traditional application design. The Cloud Native Computing Foundation is helping to build a map through this new terrain, and KubeCon + CloudNativeCon is where the community comes together to share their expertise on this formerly uncharted but increasingly popular territory.

Google Cloud Next ’21

October 12-14, 2021 | USA

Join us for Google Cloud Next ’21. Connect with experts, get inspired, and expand your knowledge. Learn how the most successful companies have transformed their businesses with Google Cloud. Insights from Google Cloud executives, focusing on transformational efforts across industries working with customers and ecosystem partners. Change the way teams work with solutions designed for humans and built for impact.

Spotlight

Hosted applications and software-as-a-service (SaaS) cloud computing models both offer benefits, but which model is right for your organization and application? Understanding SaaS applications and how they differ from a hosted application environment can be difficult. A SaaS model creates a service-oriented experience with dedicated teams who understand the software, hardware and infrastructure needs of the application and who can therefore provide support at all levels. With hosted solutions, the support team has limited knowledge about the server and the architecture involved since all of that is managed by the application provider. However, more non-SaaS application providers are setting up their own hosting facilities.

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