For most Independent Software Vendors, the decision isn’t whether to enter the cloud; it’s how.  Business users and consumers alike have shown a strong preference for easy access, low pricing, and simple updates enabled by the Software as a Service model.

But whether they have built their software on a cloud platform or are migrating from a traditional licensed model, ISVs have reason to be wary.  In the cloud, they are not delivering a product, but a service. Their ability to build and deliver their SaaS applications securely and cost-effectively, while meeting customers’ high expectations for availability, performance, and price, depends largely on the cloud vendor and infrastructure service they choose.
 
Join Frost & Sullivan and HP as we discuss the new challenges and opportunities for ISVs as they enter the cloud era. 

The eBroadcast will enable attendees to:

  • Understand user perceptions related to SaaS adoption, including what users look for in a SaaS provider.

  • Identify the differences between various cloud models, including public cloud and virtual private cloud, and evaluate the suitability of each model to host their SaaS applications.

  • Evaluate cloud services and vendors to be sure they have partnered with the right provider for their current and future needs.

A virtual private cloud can provide the levels of price-performance and security that ISVs need to gain and keep customers.  Learn how to maximize the value and minimize the complexity of software delivery through SaaS.
 

 
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Lynda Stadtmueller
Program Director, Cloud Computing
Frost & Sullivan
  Patricia Wilkey
Global Director, Cloud Services
HP Enterprise Cloud Services
Jim Fanella
Vice President & General Manager
HP Enterprise
Cloud Services
   
   
     
 
     
     
 
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