Business Benefits of Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IAAS) | Great Learning

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In the globalized economy of today, enterprises build applications that are designed to cater to a user base that is spread geographically. In this video, learn how businesses think about resolving this problem using Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IAAS) model in Cloud with our Academic Director, Mr Nirmallya Mukherjee, as he talks about the global infrastructure that cloud providers offer to help you build the right IT solutions.

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About the Speaker: Nirmallya Mukherjee

With over two and half decades of cross domain experience in IT and ITES across both services and products, Nirmallya Mukherjee has served as Chief Architect at Dell, Principal Architect at Infosys and Technical Architect at Ciber Inc, an HTC Global Services company.

He lends his expertise to various multinationals like Cisco, Walmart Labs, Amadeus, Mercedes Benz, ANZ, Societe Generale, etc. through his consulting, development and training engagements.

Nirmallya is also the Academic Director for the Graduate Certificate in Cloud Computing program.

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