Make the shift toward IBM Cloud
Organizations can use LTI’s four-state approach involving assessment, readiness, migration and optimization to migrate their application workloads toward containers
Join experts from LTI and IBM as they discuss how to successfully containerize and migrate application workloadsRegister
Gartner predicts that by 2022, more than 75 percent of global organizations will be running containerized applications in production, up from less than 30 percent today. Software container market is projected to grow at 33 percent CAGR to $4.98bn by 2023. As per MarketsAndMarkets this growth is attributed to large-scale modernization of applications. Containerization of workloads will be a key enabler for organizations as it will increase business agility, DevOps efficiency and will enable a faster time to market.
Containerization poses a few challenges however, including decreased integrated security, inefficient communications management between services, standardization of technology stacks and services, and inadequate tooling.
This webinar presented by LTI and IBM will discuss how to containerize and migrate workloads successfully into IBM Cloud’s Kubernetes or Enterprise Kubernetes platform-as-a-service like OpenShift. They will outline how organizations can use a four-state approach that includes assessment, readiness, migration and optimization (ARMouR), and leverage in-house accelerators and tools in key phases of the process.
Attend this webinar to:
- Get an overview of containers and container orchestration on IBM Cloud.
- Understand how to implement LTI’s ARMouR approach to workload migration.
- Learn how to leverage purpose-built accelerators to containerize and migrate workloads into Kubernetes or OpenShift.
This webinar will be presented by:
**IBM speaker to be announced soon**
Sakthivel Sabanayagam, head of cloud native practice at LTI
Sakthivel Sabanayagam is a hands on cloud practitioner, architect with more than 18 years of experience in architecting, researching and building complex cloud-native architectures. As a leader for LTI’s Cloud Native Engineering Practice, Sabanayagam’s area of focus and expertise includes containerization, IBM Cloud, and enterprise container orchestration platforms like OpenShift, Kubernetes and IBM Cloud Paks; Serverless Architecture, Service Mesh, Edge Computing and augmented software engineering.
Ashish Varerkar, head, cloud transformation at LTI
Varerkar brings more than 22 years of industry experience across technology practice, consulting and delivery operations. He is currently leading cloud transformation and helping customers across industry including technology auto, high-tech, media, BFSI, oil and gas among others to build business cases, adopt cloud for modernization, and build next-generation differentiating solutions leveraging cloud ecosystem. Varerkar has also managed the digital experience practice for global customers with a focus on customer-facing portal and CMS platforms with a special focus on delivering engaging customer experience. Varerkar has managed strategic consulting assignments in driving application portfolio assessment and business-case based transformation and rationalization for large enterprise customers.Register