January 23, 2019 2:00 P.M. CST
The days of simply adding rack-mounted servers in a data center as the default answer to IT challenges are over! The cloud has made it possible to provision servers and services for precise workloads while reducing operating costs and maintaining flexibility and agility.
While many companies are seeing tangible benefits from migrating workloads to the cloud, few are able to clearly define those financial and operations benefits on a system, project, or line-of-business basis.
This results in overpaying for cloud services by utilizing higher-cost on-demand services or over-provisioning your cloud infrastructure for the task at hand.
In this webinar, you will learn how to:
About the Presenters
DoubleHorn Cloud Solutions
Cliff Eversdyk is his name, pulling data sources used in our Liftr Cloud Index and pricing and usage data is his game. Cliff is highly analytical and thoughtful due to his training as a gas turbine repair engineer, and he finds satisfaction in figuring out how complex systems work and describing them in clear and understandable terms. In the past, Cliff has worked on a wide range of projects, from designing gas turbine systems to building risk analysis and contract forecasting tools. As Data Developer, Cliff is responsible for building and scaling services which support our products by serving accurate and actionable information. Cliff also brings a solid blend of technical knowledge about cloud computing and data here at Doublehorn to help our clients gather information on the current state of the cloud and their environments.
Co-Founder and CEO
David serves as CloudChomp, Inc.’s CEO and oversees global operations. He recently served as Founder & CEO of Presensoft, Inc. (acquired by Smarsh, Inc.). Presensoft created the first cloud-based, message archiving service for regulatory compliance in the finance and energy markets. Prior to Presensoft, Inc., David designed and led sales activities for BindView Development Corporation as Vice President of Worldwide Sales. He was instrumental in growing sales revenue from $1 million to more than $87 million annually. During his tenure, BindView successfully penetrated more than 75 percent of the Fortune 100 and was named one of the “Top 25 IPOs of 1998” by Red Herring magazine.