About this event
The Financial Services sector has rapidly adopted multi-cloud strategies for app infrastructure architecture. According to F5’s 2022 State of Application Strategy Report, globally, 71% of the BFSI sector have multi-cloud strategies in place and 87% of decision makers are planning to move to the edge.
While multi-cloud provides many benefits to organisations and regulatory compliance, a multi-cloud architecture also brings new challenges and complexities to manage.
Join F5 as we discuss how you can reduce the related risks and costs by establishing an infrastructure roadmap that will help you safely, effectively, and repeatedly connect to your clouds. We’ll look at the strategies and new ways to address multi-cloud challenges ensuring applications stay fast, secure, and resilient no matter where you or your customers are.
In this webinar, we'll cover:
Chris Bull, Senior Solutions Engineer – Banking, Financial Services & Insurance Sector, F5
Chris Bull has over 20 years of experience in designing network and security solutions for major customers in the UK, Europe, ASEAN and Australia. Chris moved to Australia in 2010, bringing his knowledge from working on large Telco projects, to focus on the Australian Service Provider sector.
Building on his experience with complex, business critical Service Provider networks, Chris took his skills to designing solutions for large banking and finance customers. Along the way, Chris has taken on various system engineering and management roles at network and security vendors in Australia and APCJ, including Juniper, Brocade, and more recently F5.
Since joining F5, Chris has broadened his skills and experience in application delivery and security, subscriber policy management, traffic optimisation, and the inevitable virtualisation and automation of their associated technologies. As customers seek a more cloud-centric platform for application development, Chris is helping F5’s BFSI customers navigate the complexities imposed by external regulators and internal policies, as they move their workloads out of legacy data centre environments and into the Cloud.
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