May 29, 2014:Today, Jason Miller, WTOP and Doug Bourgeois, VMware, and Stuart Fleagle, Carpathia discuss the case for Hybrid Cloud. Major transformation is underway that affects how we live and work. This transformation is enabled by technological innovation, particularly by Cloud Computing and the Mobile Internet. For Federal IT organizations to successfully deliver this Transformation, they need to fully embrace their existing investments to leverage a hybrid cloud. A carefully architected hybrid cloud approach that leverages previous private cloud investments will help drive compatibility across a multi-cloud environment, and minimize the ‘silos of clouds’ that are popping up today. Listen in to the discussion, and see what they have to say about the intersection of technology and transformation.
Jason Miller is an executive editor and reporter with Federal News Radio. As executive editor, Jason helps direct the news coverage of the station and works with reporters to ensure a broad range of coverage of federal technology, procurement, finance and human resource news.As a reporter, Jason focuses mainly on technology and procurement issues, including cybersecurity, e-government and acquisition policies and programs.
Doug Bourgeois joined VMware as VP and Federal Chief Cloud Executive in April of 2010. In this role, he leads the development and execution of VMware’s cloud computing strategies for the Federal market. He joined VMware from the U.S. Department of the Interior, where he served as the Director of the National Business Center (NBC) since October, 1, 2004.
Stuart Fleagle oversees sales and business development as the vice president of Carpathia Government Solutions (CGS). Through his knowledge of the industry and a strategic, solution-selling approach, Stu enhances current customer relationships, reaches new customers and aligns CGS in support of Carpahia’s investments in the government space. Stu brings more than 20 years of experience in government IT sales from leading CA Technologies’ State, Local and Higher Education business, and by supporting multiple business unit teams in CA’s Public Sector. He was also responsible for CA’s Federal Civilian customers for six years, as well as the Department of Defense customers for an additional six years.