Best Practices - Building Private Clouds
Cloud computing. It's supposed to increase efficiencies and lower costs. But, what about security and regulatory concerns? Can you trust just any cloud with your mission critical applications?
In this seminar, we'll take a pragmatic look at how some businesses are leveraging private clouds to reap the benefits of cloud computing while minimizing the risks. We'll look inside the cloud to better understand how to make it work for you, and we'll look at ways the technology you select today can impact what you get from the cloud tomorrow.
This webinar is part two of Level 3 Communications' continuing series of events discussing how business are dealing with the IT budget squeeze and how you can turn difficult choices into measurable success.
You will Learn:
By attending this event you will learn about private clouds and how businesses like yours are using them today. We will discuss technologies like Ethernet and MPLS. We will look at how different MPLS solutions are architected and the types of applications this technology supports.
Vice President, Offer Management
Level 3 Communications
Mr. Allen is vice president of Offer Management for Level 3’s Business Markets Group, and has responsibility for growing the company's business in the Enterprise segment. Over the past five years, he has held a number of positions within Level 3 including product management, business development, merger and acquisition, and integration support.
Before joining Level 3, Mr. Allen focused on delivering products and technology solutions to the Enterprise market through a series of merger and acquisition activities and joint ventures for a major international telecommunications provider. Prior to that, he spent several years as a strategy consultant to the telecommunications industry.
Mr. Allen holds a masters degree in Finance and Technology Marketing.
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