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Individual Speaker Profile


Date Joined: October 15, 2017
Country: Australia
Home Town: MELBOURNE
Zip Code: 3000
Registered for Upcoming Summit: No
Affiliations
  • Cisco Systems - From 2012-12-10 (Current)
Statement of Interest

Present on Multi-Cloud Cisco CloudCenter.

Areas Of Expertise
  • Data Centre Solutions
  • Cloud Solutions
  • Automation

Bio

Mervyn Wong is based out of Melbourne, Australia and has been involved in the automation and Cloud market space for the past 6 years. He brings to Cisco Systems 16 years of datacentre and automation experience. He has helped architect a number of different automation and cloud solutions in Australia and internationally.

Mervyn joins a team of experts in Cisco Data Centre Group to assist customers on the journey to a fully automated Private, Public and Multicloud strategy.


Presentations from previous OpenStack Summits:

Willing to present via video conference: Yes
Willing to travel to any country: Yes
Fluent in
  • English
Notes

Model, deploy and manage applications across Multicloud

Cloud computing is a key element of a Digital transformation agenda, driving rapid growth in enterprise demand for and adoption of multiple public and private cloud platforms. Behind this expansion is a need to develop and deploy new and innovative software faster so companies can more effectively win, serve, and retain customers.
 
Successful DevOps and continuous-delivery strategies change the economics of software development. An integrated and automated tool chain helps accelerate deployment and improve quality. But enterprise IT also needs enterprise-class features that provide governance oversight, with centralized visibility and control across applications, clouds, and users. Learn how organisations use Cisco CloudCenter to unlock application agility, maintain governance, manage cost and increase speed of delivery in the expanding world of Multicloud.

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