Your digital heritage doesn’t need to be a digital dilemma

The first step to solving it? Getting things in (Micro) focus

Sponsored Post When it comes to solving your digital dilemma, the first question is – which dilemma are we actually talking about?

If you’re an organization with any sort of heritage, straightforward calls to go cloud native or adopt CI/CD are frankly simplistic.

So where do you go when you want to apply the most appropriate modern software techniques and tooling while ensuring that they take into account your digital heritage or the full range of regulatory environments you must work within?

The answer is the Micro Focus Summit on June 9 at County Hall, London.

You’ll also hear how Jaguar TCS Racing is putting precisely these sorts of technologies to work on and off the track, with team director James Barclay, and FIA Formula E driver Mitch Evans, both taking to the stage.

And you’ll even get the chance to pit your skills and wits against the driver in a thrillingly realistic simulation.

The day will be divided into six tracks, covering application delivery, IT operations, information management and governance, application modernization, cyber resilience, and Vertica.

A range of customer fora will show how up to the minute tools and techniques can help you solve real world problems, whether it’s putting AI testing to work on application cation delivery, code-less orchestration for IT operations, or protecting critical IP while ensuring compliance.

In the afternoon a series of breakout sessions will give you deep dives into areas such as software delivery, implementing AIops for service assurance, using the cloud for modernizing mainframe applications, and how data security can support a green agenda.

And of course, you’ll have to the chance to network with both your peers and subject matter experts at the expo center during the day and over drinks in the evening.

By the end of the day, you’ll have a better grip on what tools you can bring to bear on your solving your digital dilemma. But most important of all, you’ll be able to define exactly which digital dilemma you need to address first.

Sponsored by Micro Focus

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