Here the archived webinar from the Digital Government Institute (DGI) here: https://dgi.webinato.com/archives/379476
Within government organizations, critical and customized applications keep operations running or hold much-needed data, from issuing licenses to keeping tax records.
These applications run on legacy servers and while the hardware is reliable now…they are quickly beyond end-of-life status with critical applications at risk. In addition, the source code for these applications is often not replicable, causing an expensive dilemma for the organization.
Find out how to keep mission-critical applications through cost-effective virtualization, IT modernization and system enhancement.
- The solutions to keep integral applications without having the headaches of aging hardware
- How migrating away from legacy hardware, you can potentially save your agency excessive operational expenses
- Maintain the critical applications and operating systems, while adding performance enhancements
- How these solutions play into your cloud or data center modernization strategy
Kathryn Carson, Chief of Staff
Joining Stromasys in 2018, Kathryn served as a program and product manager for many years at BBN Technologies, a research subsidiary of Raytheon.
Dave Clements, Head of AMS Field Engineering
With over 30 years of experience, Dave brings proven technical performance in network infrastructure management and server virtualization
Roger Hockenberry, CEO of Cognitio
The former CTO for the National Clandestine Service of the CIA, he is a proven technologist with over 20 years working with all aspects of IT