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Vice-President, Infrastructure and Security, Service Mesh
Mr. Skipper has more than a decade of engineering experience in both software development and infrastructure management. Mr. Skipper’s early career was focused on consulting with Fortune 500 companies to develop their early web architectures, and he played an instrumental part in developing one of the first DRM implementations with Microsoft, and Barnes & Noble. Mr. Skipper moved to financial services in 2000 when he joined Merrill Lynch, initially as an architect and later as the head of Merrill's Application Infrastructure Services organization. Anthony joined Goldman Sachs in 2007 to lead their Secure Computing group.
To run private clouds efficiently, you have to instrument and manage them. But cloud management is a different beast, requiring a multi-user approach with a greater focus on billing and utilization. It also demands new tools to protect your users from one another -- and from themselves. This session will look at how private clouds are changing IT management.
In the first of three end user panels at this year's Enterprise Cloud Summit New York, we'll hear from companies who've built and run their own private clouds -- what worked, what didn't, why they chose to build their own, and what they plan to connect those clouds to in future.
On-demand computing resources are the most disruptive change in IT of the last decade, and much of that disruption begins at home. Day One of Enterprise Cloud Summit will focus on private clouds -- radically new ways to combine virtualization, automation, and self-service models in order to change how you deliver IT to your business.
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