Webinar: Top 5 Requirements for Cloud-Native Application Traffic Management and Security
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As more applications move to the cloud, it’s imperative that organizations understand how best to leverage these new models. Managing, optimizing and securing cloud-native applications and workloads requires modern architecture.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- The importance of cloud-native application services
- How to seamlessly manage and maintain heterogeneous workloads that reside in multiple clouds
- The effect of per-application analytics on user experience and operations efficiency
- How to maximize agility by integrating application delivery with DevOps processes
Join A10 Networks Vice President of Cloud Services Kamal Anand and Vice President of Worldwide Marketing and Communications Neil Wu Becker for this exclusive webinar during which they’ll dive deeper into modern strategies to manage application performance, security and analytics across diverse cloud environments.
You can watch the full webinar on demand now.
Kamal Anand, Vice President of Cloud Business Unit
Kamal joined A10 via its acquisition of Appcito, where he was Founder and CEO. Appcito was a venture-funded provider of a versatile SaaS-based, multi-cloud ADC solution. Kamal has over 25 years’ experience in the areas of software and networking. He has a breadth of functional experience in product management, marketing and sales, and as an entrepreneur and general manager, in building and growing new businesses. He has co-founded or been a part of early executive teams of four network infrastructure startups, three of which were acquired and one had an IPO. Earlier in his career, Kamal served as a strategy consultant at McKinsey & Co. Kamal holds an MBA from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, an MS in Computer Science from University of Southern California.
Neil Wu Becker, Vice President of Worldwide Marketing and Communications
Neil has a wealth of global marketing experience at leading technology companies. At A10 Networks, he is responsible for driving worldwide brand awareness, A10’s marketing strategy, and growing market share. Previously at Cisco, Neil led various communications teams supporting more than half of the Dow Jones component’s business He was also vice president of marketing communications at secure managed cloud provider Armor Defense and head of worldwide PR at bellwether memory chip maker Micron Technology. Neil holds a B.A. in English from the University of California, Davis, and an M.S. in mass communications from San Jose State University.