Moving Your Business To The Cloud
AWS revolutionizes cloud access for businesses and Scalar ensures their security.
Whether you’re responsible for apps that allow millions of users to share photos, support critical business operations, or take care of the special effects of the movie you’re working on, the cloud delivers quick access to flexible computing resources at economical rates. Cloud technology allows you to avoid a large initial investment in hardware and a time-consuming management of this equipment. You can then have IT resources adapted to the realization of your most ambitious projects or carry out the operations of your IT department. This cloud gives you almost instant access to all the resources you need and our system allows you to pay only for the services you use.
The AWS Cloud Platform gives you the ability to build your application in your own way regardless of your use case or industry. Scalar and AWS save you time and money by supporting the management of your infrastructure without compromising scalability, security, or operational safety.
Join us for a morning during which the Scalar and AWS teams will provide you with the information you need to use the cloud safely. This event will be led by industry leaders. Eric Gales, Director of AWS Canada; Shawn Gandhi, Chief Solutions Architect at AWS Canada; Anthony Giorgi, Executive Vice President, Cloud at Scalar; Neil Bunn, Chief Technology Officer at Scalar, and Ryan Wilson, Security Technology Manager at Scalar, will help you use the cloud faster and more securely while improving the privacy of your data. RSVP today.
Anthony Giorgi (Executive Vice President, Cloud) joined Scalar in March 2016. He has over 20 years of experience in sales, marketing and business leadership in the IT sector. As Executive Vice President of Scalar’s Cloud Business Unit, Anthony’s role is to enhance our traditional IT business solutions to meet the demand of our customers for managed cloud services.
Eric Gales is the director of Amazon Web Service in Canada. He joined the Amazon Web Service team in 2015 and is responsible for all of the company’s business operations. His role is to oversee all aspects of the client relationship, ie prospecting, sales, partners, architectural solutions, support, training, and marketing.
Ryan Wilson, Chief Security Advisor at Scalar. Ryan is a seasoned security expert with more than 20 years of experience in information technology and 12 years of experience as an information security advisor. He is responsible for managing security procedures for Scalar’s customers.
Shawn Gandhi is the Head of Architecture Solutions for AWS Canada and has spent the last four years architecting highly scalable native cloud applications for large companies like Comcast, Johnson & Johnson, The Weather Company, and Condé Nast. Prior to AWS, Shawn was responsible for building low-latency financial services applications for the worlds largest investment banks, hedge funds and trading on Wall Street using a range of agile technologies and methodologies. Its current goal is to help companies transform their businesses by using real-time flow processing and predictive analytics.
Neil Bunn is the chief technology officer at Scalar. He is responsible for propelling Scalar’s technology sector, customers, and partners to the forefront of the market. To meet this goal, Neil leads Scalar’s internal groups and leads them to validate new technologies and trends. Its purpose is to improve the operational value of the business both internally and for customers. He actively communicates with clients in order to identify their key challenges and propose solutions by taking advantage of new technologies.
Daniel Phaneuf is a senior sales engineer at Splunk. Daniel has been in the computer industry for over 25 years. He has been with Splunk since 2015 helping clients on their journey to digital transformation. His areas of interest include security, machine learning, and big data.
Philippe Thériault is a director, cloud solutions at Red Hat are the leader in cloud solutions for Red Hat in Canada. It helps Canadian companies take advantage of bimodal information technologies (bimodal IT), make the most of their DevOps initiatives and digital transformation.Tags: laptop