Amar Prusty

Name: Amar Prusty

Designation: Cloud Consultant Architect

Company: DXC Technology

Topic of Talk: Intelligent IT Infrastructure Management

About the Talk:
Businesses became more competitive for survival and increased market share wanting faster deployment of new features which resulted in Agile Software Development Agile and DevOps demanded faster provisioning and de-provisioning of IT Infrastructure for sprints due to short development, test, deployment cycles Everchanging Business requirements and cost optimization has led to evolution of IT Infrastructure Complexity Enterprise IT started with Mainframes then migrating to Unix Physical Servers with LPAR’s for cost optimization Unix Physical Servers migrated to Linux and Windows X86 Physical Server platforms for further consolidation X86 based Virtualization Technology helped in consolidating underutilized Physical Servers into Virtual Machines on single powerful Physical Server Hardware Virtual Machines resource requirements led to Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Software Defined Storage (SDS) Automation was critical for faster Turn Around Time (TAT) to support Agile and DevOps as manual effort had human errors, longer implementation cycles and higher cost Cloud started moving initially Dev/Test/PreProd and later on Production Virtual Machines out of On Premise Data Centers to Hosted-Colocated and Multiple Public Cloud DC converting CapEx to OpEx Modern Micro Services Architecture based Applications started leveraging Container Technology which was lighter and faster than Virtual Machines

About the Speaker:
Amar Prusty works as a Cloud-Data Center Consultant Architect with DXC Technology with more than 17 Years of experience in IT Infrastructure and Cloud Consulting, Architecture, Design, Implementation and Support with Global Fortune 500 clients having worked with Aricent (Hughes),Infosys and Hewlett Packard Enterprise in the past for various Industry verticals and developed Thought Leadership in Digital Transformation from a Complex Heterogenous Infrastructure perspective.

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