GoDaddy Moves to Hybrid Cloud and Optimizes Infrastructure TCO – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 620

December 3rd, 2018 |
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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: With 75M+ domain names under management, GoDaddy powers the world’s largest cloud platform dedicated to side hustles and small businesses. As a SaaS provider, GoDaddy’s infrastructure needs to be high performing and highly secure, but invisible to customers. The company recently made a shift in IT infrastructure strategy, moving to hybrid cloud.

GoDaddy’s VP of Infrastructure Engineering, Adnan Adil, stopped by to talk about what the company is learning in the early days of its hybrid cloud implementation and how a workload optimization strategy influenced their planning. By pivoting to hybrid cloud, GoDaddy will lower the TCO of its IT infrastructure, enable faster innovation, and be able to enter new markets quickly while maintaining a consistent customer experience. And because Intel powers many of the world’s data centers, GoDaddy can move to different cloud providers with ease and confidence.

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