Multi-Cloud App Delivery and Security Done Easy

July 19, 2022

With 94% of organizations deploying multi-cloud workloads by 2023 and 90% running container-based applications, the new approach to application delivery mandates cloud elasticity, application security and central orchestration.

Join the virtual summit to:
· Explore real-world case studies on the multi-cloud journey
· Learn why app delivery and security should be a priority
· See how to deploy in multi-cloud with a demo

Case Study on Migrating to a Multi-Cloud Load Balancing Solution

July 19, 2022 | 8:00 AM PT
Multi-cloud is the reality, so let’s look at real-world deployments on migration from on-prem to cloud. Timothy from the VMware Workspace ONE® Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) team will share his experience migrating from legacy hardware load balancers such as F5 on-prem to a SaaS solution hosted on VMware Cloud on AWS.
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You Have Chosen Your Cloud(s), How About App Delivery and Security?

July 19, 2022 | 9:00AM PT
App delivery and security should not be an afterthought as you choose which environments to expand your multi-cloud applications. Avoid the trade-off between a sub-optimal cloud-specific solution and a feature-rich legacy virtual appliance solution.
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How To Move To Multi-Cloud App Delivery Without Refactoring

July 19, 2022 | 10:00AM PT
Over 94% of customers, according to a recent Pulse Survey, plan to move applications to multi-cloud by 2023. The need to re-factor or re-platform applications per environment with siloed point products remains a critical challenge for organizations.
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Lei Yang

Director of Product Marketing


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Tim Strupp

Staff Engineer


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Abhinav Modi

Director, Product Management


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Ashish Shah

Senior Director Product Management


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Rahul Phadke

Senior Product Line Manager


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Sayli More

Solutions Architect


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