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Product Manager, App Engine, Google
Sean Lynch started out at Google working on internal infrastructure before he joined the App Engine team to help open up Google's data centers to the world. Today, Sean spends most of his time working with developers and partners in order to bring the power and simplicity of App Engine into IT departments and development shops the world over.
Private clouds can be a stepping stone to a hybrid public/private architecture. This session will look at workload portability, focusing on which applications are candidates for public clouds and how to prepare applications that can run in several environments.
On Day Two of Enterprise Cloud Summit, we'll turn our eye outward to look at the many public cloud offerings that are levelling the IT playing field. Public cloud providers offer pay-as-you-go economics and tremendous flexibility; but they also create new security, portability, and performance concerns. Once the exclusive domain of web startups, today enterprises big and small are finding ways to incorporate public cloud platforms into their IT strategy. Whether you're deciding how to embrace them or want to learn from what others are doing, Enterprise Cloud Summit is the place to do it.
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Once an enterprise has in-house computing in a private cloud, it's time to link to public clouds for elasticity, disaster recovery, and cost efficiency. But connecting public and private systems isn't straightforward: workloads may not be portable, and policies between on-premise and on-demand platforms have to be enforced. This session will examine the integration of public cloud platforms with in-house private clouds, and the creation of self-regulating "hybrid" cloud architectures.