Here at Nolio, we’re constantly trying to figure out what the next step is in application release automation. How can we take a process that is tedious and error-prone and bring it to the next level? I think we finally have an answer to this age-old question; EaaS – Environment as a Service.
You’ve heard of IaaS, PaaS and SaaS, well EaaS is the next generation in deployment automation. In our latest webinar, Nolio’s UK Technical Director Phil Cherry will explain the concept of EaaS – Environment as a Service – and the tremendous benefits of this new holistic approach. While having a flexible infrastructure provides a firm foundation, it is only the first step in solving the problems that arise when moving towards true agility in the application delivery chain.
Sign on for this exciting event on June 21st and learn:
- How EaaS brings increased agility to the application delivery process
- Why images aren’t enough for deployment
- How to provision, install, deploy and configure complex multi-tier applications on demand
- How to quickly provide a self-service capability for dynamic development and test environments
Following the presentation, Phil will be joined by Scott Dainty, Nolio’s Regional Director in the UK and Ireland, for a live question and answer session. This will give you the perfect opportunity to speak directly with our experts and get the most out of the event. Start thinking about the questions you’d like to ask today!
This webinar will be held on Thursday, June 21st, 2012 at 11am EST/4pm GMT.
Click here to register for ‘EaaS – Environment as a Service’
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About Phil Cherry
Phil has over 2 decades of experience in enterprise application management. He is the UK Technical Director at Nolio and an expert in release deployment automation, with an extensive background in IT operations, infrastructure management and data center automation and compliance. Phil has worked as a consultant for Global 500 enterprises across all industry verticals.