Thursday, September 10TH | 1:00pm-2:00pm | Virtual event
Did you know that on average, enterprises estimate infrastructure cost savings of 30-50% after optimizing their Windows licensing and running Windows workloads on Amazon Web Services (AWS)?
Join us for an interactive, virtual, fireside chat led by AWS and EagleDream Technologies.
Real world experience, real time advice. Bring your most challenging questions to the table!
Clark Fancher from AWS and Scott Weber from EagleDream will moderate a round-table discussion featuring enterprise IT leaders who are in the process or have recently optimized their Windows licensing beginning an Optimization & Licensing Assessment (OLA).
Technology leadership, such as CIO, CTO, Director of IT, with Windows instances on premises or in the cloud.
IT professionals, such as system architects, IT administrators, developers, or engineers, with Windows instances on premises or in the cloud.
During this round-table discussion, we’ll be collaborating with other enterprises and organizations such as:
Cross River National Bank
Clark Fancher is the Product Manager for the AWS Optimization and Licensing Assessment (OLA), where he helps customers optimize and migrate Windows workloads to Amazon Web Services (AWS). He has been with AWS since 2016, and enjoys working backwards from customer challenges to invent and simplify new experiences with Windows workloads and cloud computing. Outside of the IT realm he is an active reader and eSports enthusiast.
With over 20 years of experience in IT, Research, and Cloud Computing, Scott bring a passion for innovation, architecture, and emerging patterns. As Vice President of Cloud Solutions, he leads EagleDream’s cloud consulting services, spanning application development, security and operations. He is one of 30 APN Ambassadors in North America.
Accelerate your Windows Migration with a complimentary 1-hour consult with an AWS-certified SA or AWS Ambassador. View options for SQL and Windows Licensing to assist in future licensing migration planning.