Managing the Green Effect of Clouds: Using ITSM to Manage the Perceived Green Effect of Cloud Computing
Cloud Computing is promising a lot of efficiencies and cost savings but it’s also presenting a huge paradigm shift to many IT organizations. Cloud Computing does not only affect the way organizations consume resources but also produces a perceived green side-effect. This session focuses on utilizing best practices and IT Service Management guidelines to create a simple but proven framework to judge the environmental impacts of Cloud Computing. The session also discusses the opportunities and challenges of achieving and maintaining these perceived effects.
Session Presented By
Director, Cloud Computing Practice
Majed Saadi is the Director of the Cloud Computing Practice at SRA International. His practice encompasses service areas from Cloud Strategy Development to Cloud Management and all areas in between Cloud Readiness, Cloud Engineering, and Cloud Modernization. He has served as a thought leader at many Federal Systems Integrators and he has over 16 years of experience in the areas of IT Strategy Development, Enterprise Architecture, and Enterprise Systems Management. Majed holds a master’s degree in IT Management from UVA and several industry certifications including TOGAF 9, ITIL Expert, ISO 20000 Certified Consultant, and Management of Risk (MoR ) Certified.
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