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Sponsored by Spot by Netapp


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Automating the provisioning of excess and reserved compute capacity – Spot Instances, RIs, Savings Plans, Reserved VMs – is about much more than achieving bottom-line cost savings.

In this session, Spot Senior Solutions Architect Jeremy Deshotel will explore the topic, explaining why automating compute infrastructure is a critical step toward cloud maturity, improving DevOps efficiency, accelerating time-to-market and enabling businesses to consume more services as they grow and innovate in the cloud.
On the agenda:

  • The barriers to automating: Availability, complexity and risk
  • How to start automating spot instances, RIs and savings plans

Join us on November 16th to learn how and why you should be prioritizing DevOps automation in 2023.

Jeremy Deshotel
Senior Solutions Architect - Spot by NetApp
Jeremy is a Senior Solutions Architect for Spot by Netapp, where he has worked the technical side of the public cloud for over 2.5 years, most recently as a senior cloud engineer at an online university. When he's not helping businesses automate their cloud environments, he's flying through them on his paramotor, or working on his coral conservation and reef rehabilitation nonprofit.

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