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Hybrid cloud & financial services- how to compete with new entrants

Canonical

on 2 December 2017

This article was last updated 1 year ago.


Finance is moving an avalanche of change and facing cloud native new entrants. To keep up with the pace of change, financial organizations need to adopt new development methodologies, new technologies (AI & Blockchain) and ultimately new infrastructure (Hybrid cloud & Kubernetes). Tight regulation, legacy systems and inflexible software stacks leave many tied them down and unable to respond to the pressure to reduce costs & change at pace.

In this presentation, Chris Kenyon will talk about how financial institutions are transforming into technology companies:

  • Making internal developers engaged & productive
  • Navigating the challenges of hybrid cloud in highly regulated environments.
  • Accelerating proof of value projects in AI / ML and Blockchain

This webinar was part of our Ubuntu Enterprise Summit, December 2017.

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