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That’s what you can expect if you’re an IT executive attending the Midmarket CIO Forum (MMCIO Forum) in Point Vedra Beach, Florida, April 6-8. It will be an engaging, informative venue for interacting with other IT leaders, as well as solution providers. This invitation-only event offers the opportunity to build alliances, exchange ideas and stay current on market trends. (Need an invitation?  Fill out the form here.)

Here’s something else you can expect ─ to learn about the many cloud solutions that Peak 10 offers, including the Enterprise Cloud. Peak 10’s Monty Blight, vice president for product management and MMCIO boardroom session presenter(boardroom sessions are held three times a day April 7 and 8) will provide an overview of Peak 10 cloud solutions, discuss various use cases for these services and give an in-depth look at the Peak 10 Enterprise Cloud, which provides an optimal environment for running production workloads.

Why is the Enterprise Cloud important? Consider this. Early adopters of cloud computing initially migrated low-risk workloads to the cloud – test and development environments, scalable web apps, collaboration services and batch data analytics. They’ve experienced the scalability and cost-savings benefits of the Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) cloud delivery model. They’ve proven that it’s  a reliable business delivery model. Now they are ready to add new workloads to the cloud, but several issues are holding them back.

There’s been concern about the cloud’s suitability for workloads that require high levels of security and regulatory compliance. Some wonder if the typical pay-as-you-go model for IaaS can really deliver cost savings for mission-critical but typically static workloads.  Oversubscription is also a concern, particularly in terms of how it impacts capacity and performance variables.

What you’ll learn about the Peak 10 Enterprise Cloud is that it addresses these issues and paves the way not just for accommodating production workloads but also for helping companies more fully realize the benefits of cloud computing ─ including hybrid solutions that can meet their specific needs.  I’ll leave the technical details to Monty to explain at the MMCIO Forum but, suffice to say, Peak 10 is one of the few companies out there offering a cloud solution specifically designed to handle production workloads. Find out for yourself at the MMCIO Forum.

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About Peak 10

"Our values are the foundation for everything we do at Peak 10, and are ultimately what enable us to earn our customers' business and their trust."
David H. Jones,
Board Member, Peak 10 + ViaWest