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The Disaster Prevention in the Age of Multi cloud

12:00 PM EDT
1 h

Resilient infrastructures don’t emerge from best-case scenarios. Engineers know that every dependency entails vulnerability and requires a robust disaster (outage) prevention strategy. However, most organizations don’t have any disaster recovery strategy for their most critical single point of failure – cloud service provider. Join our round table discussion on March 31st, 2021 to learn how a multi-cloud-based infrastructure enables persistent availability and ensures that no single cloud service provider could ever be able to take down your business again.


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Leon Kuperman

Co-Founder & CTO

Leon is co-founder and CTO at CAST AI. Formerly Vice President of Security Products OCI at Oracle, Leon has 20+ years of experience spanning across companies such as IBM, Truition, and HostedPCI. He founded and served as the CTO of Zenedge, acquired by Oracle).

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Fausto Lendeborg

Co-Founder & CEO of Secberus

Fausto Lendeborg is the CEO of Secberus, an enterprise governance platform for cloud posture management. Fausto was an early employee at cybersecurity startup Prolexic (acquired by Akamai) where he led a security team responsible for protecting the top 15 financial institutions in the world from DDOS attacks. At Akamai, he was the Senior Cloud Infrastructure Security Architect. Fausto went on to become the technical co-founder of Zenedge (acquired by Oracle), an enterprise cybersecurity software for edge computing. In 2017, Fausto founded Secberus which has raised $6.6M in funding to date. Cloud infrastructure has been at the center of his cybersecurity career and continues to be as he looks to the future where every major company is leveraging the cloud.

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Henry Baltazar

Research Director at 451 Research

Henry Baltazar is a Research Director at 451 Research. Henry returned to 451 Research after spending nearly three years at Forrester Research as a senior analyst serving Infrastructure & Operations Professionals and advising Forrester clients on datacenter infrastructure technologies. Henry has evaluated and tested storage hardware and software offerings for more than 15 years as an industry analyst and as a journalist.

Prior to 451 Research and Forrester, Henry spent nearly nine years working as a technical analyst for eWeek Labs, where he covered storage, server hardware and network operating systems. At eWeek Labs, he initiated the testing coverage of various technologies, including data replication, clustering, virtual tape libraries, storage virtualization, SAN management, NAS, iSCSI and email archiving. In addition, Henry was a member of eWeek's editorial board and provided content for the magazine's enterprise storage blog. Henry has been widely quoted in the press, including such media outlets as Silicon Valley Business Journal, Computerworld and SearchStorage.com.

Henry holds a BA in environmental sciences from the University of California, Berkeley.