Webinar - Hybrid cloud for financial services series features payments architecture (slides)
Previously I've shared that I'm presenting in an upcoming webinar on how to leverage hybrid cloud for deploying unified business application in the banking d...
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Previously, I've shared that I'm presenting in an upcoming webinar on how to leverage hybrid cloud for deploying unified business application in the banking domain.
As it's a two part series, the first session was on November 17th, and the second was presented by me today.
As always, it's nice to post the slides online so that you can explore them at your leisure, but be sure to use the link for the on demand recording remains available for a year.
Just to recap, in the session we looked at implementing effective architectures for cloud native development, leveraging the best practices from successful payments architectures, and looked at how to modernizing existing payments architectures.
So below you can view the slides.
Webinar 2: How to use hybrid cloud to migrate and deploy unified business applications in bankingBalancing immediate business requirements with the ability to provide a consistent enterprise infrastructure can be a challenge for financial services firms. Hybrid cloud infrastructure allows institutions to migrate their existing infrastructure and deploy unified business applications by coordinating tasks running in different environments. This approach provides continuous flexibility, scale, and interoperability. This webinar will cover:
- How to apply cloud-native payment architecture solutions to your existing environments.
- Best practices for delivering a modernized banking payment architecture for your customers.
- A practical demonstration of how payment services can be modernized using hybrid cloud.
Live-event date: Wednesday, December 9, 2020 | 11 a.m. ET
On-demand event: Available for one year afterwards.
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