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In this live webinar, we are thrilled to be joined by Chris Hennesey, Enterprise Finance Strategist at AWS; Ian Brown, Director of Cloud Transformation at Keyloop and Stephen Old, FinOps expert and creator of the FinOps Guys podcast.

Hear how Keyloop is underpinning an ambitious migration program with FinOps best practices by design. Keyloop is one of the largest global automotive technology companies and understands what it takes to drive success in the next era.

Hear why it decided to migrate to Amazon Web Services with Eviden, and how they have architected and built with FinOps best practices in mind to measure and realize the value cloud brings to their business. Was it worth the investment?

Key Takeaways:

  • The importance of prioritizing FinOps before, during and post migration
  • How to approach your migration with intent, measuring the business impact and value
  • Why now is the time to consider migrating to AWS Cloud and how AWS can help remove the barriers to cloud adoption.
Chris Hennesey
Enterprise Finance Strategist - AWS
While a Technology Chief Financial Officer (CFO), he influenced business and technology executives to transform the business. As an Enterprise Finance Strategist, he works with enterprise executives around the globe to share financial management experiences and strategies for how the cloud can help them increase speed and agility while devoting more of their resources to their customers. He has led the planning and execution of a cloud-enabled business transformation at Capital One. 
Ian Brown
Director of Cloud Transformation - Keyloop
Ian Brown is the Director of Cloud Transformation at Keyloop - a veteran of the digital journey Keyloop has embarked upon since it's pre-acquisition days, Ian is responsible for overseeing Keyloop's ambitious AWS cloud migration programme, including the successful exit of all data centre contracts and the creation of an internal cloud engineering capability in parallel.
Stephen Old
Head of FinOps - Eviden an Atos Business
Stephen is the GStephen is the Global Head of FinOps at Eviden an Atos Business as well as the co-founder of "What's new in cloud FinOps podcast". His background varies from gaming, to cheffing and everything in between.
Tara Tapper
COO of Cloud - Eviden an Atos Business
Tara is currently Chief Operating Officer for Cloud at Eviden an Atos Business, Tara joined Cloudreach in 2020 as Chief People Officer. Prior to this, Tara was Chief People Officer at Mind Gym, following several years as an interim and consultant HR Director for FinTechs facing change, transformation and regulatory hurdles, including Zopa, HSBC Digital and Wonga. Tara holds a BSc in Psychology from Manchester University and a MSc in Occupational Psychology from City University and was awarded the British Psychological Association’s national research prize for her study on unblocking women’s career progression barriers in city law firms.

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