Cloud server Vietnam is a good solution for many start-ups since it brings them a lot of benefits about cost and technique.
In the 6 years Drew Garner has worked as an IT expert for Concur Technologies, his responsibilities have morphed along with the fast-growing provider of on-demand employee spend management services. Serving as a network manager, with a working background in information security consulting, he rapidly added server responsibilities to his role, and then became the storage, network, and server.
According to Bharat Rao, professor of technology management at Polytechnic Institute of New York University: “There are many IT experts out there that already have the basic set of skills in place that they will need for cloud computing, so it will major be a question of increasing awareness and getting involved in sample scenarios.”
That exposure, which included a leadership role in the virtualization deployment, made him the go-to for perspective on cloud servers in Vietnam, he said. Now senior manager that serves in architecture services at Concur, in Redmond, Wash., Garner is clearly tasked with cloud project management.
Actually, Garner returned stateside only days ago from a 2-year stint in Europe to shepherd the company’s cloud strategy, he said. “One of my main objectives for the next year to 24 months is figuring out how we extend our private cloud, integrate a hybrid cloud and evaluate public cloud providers,” Garner said.
Toward that end, he has pulled together a 4-person team comprising nuts-and-bolts technical planners and project managers. Whilst the technical planners study the experts of cloud computing and its integration into the Concur architecture, the project managers will plot what resources will be needed from other IT professionals and how to phase in deployment.
Besides, Garner selected managers from across IT, including development and research, to participate in a multidiscipline architecture review board.
“This is a total collaborative approach. We need to be plugged into this together – we are not going to implement cloud servers Intel Vietnam in a vacuum since what we do will help with the future functionality and cost of our products,” he says.
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