This session is for current VMware users who are considering a migration to VMware Cloud on AWS (VMC).
 
During this webinar, our panel of experts from AWS and Faction will cover:
  • An overview of VMware Cloud on AWS
  • Real-world migration scenarios and benefits
  • Selecting the optimal applications and workloads for migration
  • Architectural design and deployment guidance
  • Lessons learned in the configuring network, storage, and compute resources
This webinar is packed with valuable information to help you make informed business and technical decisions on your future with VMware Cloud on AWS.
 
Audience: IT Decision Makers and Architects 

 

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WEBINAR SPEAKERS

Ben Stiles

BEN STILES, TECHNICAL DIRECTOR, STRATEGIC ACCOUNTS AT FACTION

Ben came to Faction with 15 years of experience engineering, architecture and management of complex cloud environments at scale.  His diverse technical background includes a focus on hybrid and multi-cloud infrastructure modernization approaches, SaaS platform deployment and a passionate drive to deliver positive business outcomes by leveraging the right technology for your biggest challenges.

 

 

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WEN YU, PARTNER SOLUTIONS ARCHITECT AT AWS

Wen Yu is a Partner Solutions Architect at Amazon Web Services, focusing on product integrations and solutions architecture design for VMware Cloud on AWS.  Prior to AWS, he led product management and solutions engineering at Datrium and Nimble Storage. He had also spent eight years working at VMware as the infrastructure architecture for storage partner ecosystem. 

 

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NATHAN MILLS, CONSULTING CLOUD ARCHITECT AT FACTION

Nathan Mills is the Consulting Cloud Architect in the Managed Services team at Faction Inc.. Nathan has performed Cloud Architecture positions for both VMware on the vCloud Air product and at OVH US prior to Faction Inc. He holds a long history of solutions, support and world class service for these companies as well as Webroot (now Carbonite) and Mile High Banks.