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Managing Hybrid Container Workloads with ECS/ECS Anywhere


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Tuesday, May 25, 2021
3 pm ET

Customers love Amazon Elastic Container Service (ECS) for its powerful simplicity and because it provides them a path to run containers at scale in an AWS-opinionated way. While customers love the service for its deep integration with AWS services, they asked for more options as their use cases required applications to run outside of AWS Regions. For example, they might need to run their applications in their data centers where they potentially have made significant capital investments or run in a highly regulated industry where they are forced to own and operate their own infrastructure.

While their requirements push them outside of the AWS cloud, they still wanted the simplicity that Amazon ECS provides which is why we introduced Amazon ECS Anywhere at re:Invent 2020 which will allow customers to deploy Amazon ECS tasks in any environment. Join this Partner Roundtable to hear from AWS Partners and learn about the following benefits of ECS Anywhere from their point of view:

  • Consistent Operations
  • Capex Investment Protection
  • Compliance Requirements
  • Data Gravity and Proximity
Taylor Bird
VP if Technical Strategy - Rackspace Technology
As VP of Technical Strategy, Taylor Bird oversees Rackspace Technology's technical product strategies and portfolio of services and offerings, focused on combining the unmatched skillsets of Rackspace's team members into service approaches that help customers fully realize the benefits of the cloud. Taylor brings nearly 20 years of experience in enterprise IT systems, distributed systems architecture, and software engineering, with nearly a decade focusing exclusively on public cloud technology. Taylor helps ensure Rackspace Technology's collection of services and focus areas continually balance the evolving needs of customers with the cloud-native tenets at the core of Rackspace Technology's mission. Taylor holds a B.S. in IT Management from Christian Brothers University.
Deepak Kallakuri
Head of Product Management - Amazon ECS- AWS
Deepak Kallakuri is the head of product management for Amazon Elastic Container Service (Amazon ECS). Deepak has over fifteen years of experience in technology including leading product management for cloud services at VMware for vRealize Automation Cloud Services and Oracle Managed Cloud Services. Deepak holds a Masters in Electrical Engineering and an MBA from Cornell University. 
Raghu Chandrasekharan
CTO, AWS Business Group - Cognizant
Raghu is the Head of Cloud Strategy and Architecture in Cognizant’s Global AWS Business Group. He advises enterprises on application and data modernization strategies using AWS Cloud Services. Raghu also led the delivery organization of Cognizant's Public Cloud and DevOps practices. Prior to joining Cognizant, Raghu led large engineering teams for leading software products in Healthcare, Airline and Semiconductor industries.
Raghu holds Master's degree in Electrical Engineering from Tennessee Technological University, M.B.A from Southern Methodist University and Certificate in Executive Leadership from Cornell University.
Raghu can be reached at raghuraman.chandrasekharan@cognizant.com | https://www.linkedin.com/in/raghu-chandra-bb1a861/
Eric Carter
Director, Product Marketing - Sysdig
Eric is Director of Product Marketing at Sysdig and is focused on joint efforts with Sysdig’s partner ecosystem. Eric has worked with enterprise technology solutions across a number of domains for more than two decades. Prior to joining Sysdig, Eric led product marketing and management for the software-defined storage startup, Hedvig. He has also worked with a number of other tech firms including Riverbed and EMC. 

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