Rethink Your Application Management - Embrace Cloud Advantage for Business Resiliency and Continuity


Enterprises are navigating the uncertainties right now. More than ever before, a paradigm shift in thinking on how to manage applications and extract the full potential of cloud is critical. In this session, we examine the challenges to cloud adoption in a hybrid multicloud cloud world, hear from some of the leading organizations on their perspective on the key capabilities to overcome the uncertainties and challenges. We discuss how to manage every application with a cloud paradigm to provide superior outcomes for improved speed, efficiency and resiliency in a way never done before.


Vijay Kumar A.B

CTO, Manage & Cloud Application Labs, Cloud Application Services, IBM Services, IBM

Ashutosh Muni

Vice President & Global Leader Application Management, IBM

Harvard alumni with 25+ years of IT industry experience, currently leading the Global Application Management Services business for IBM and delivering AM services for 1000+ clients globally. Take pride in helping clients on cloud and AI journey and providing cost efficient services with extreme resilience and business continuity in current pandemic scenario.

Sankarson Banerjee

Chief Information Officer, RBL Bank

I fell in love with computers at fifteen, while teaching at a local computer training institute for pocket money. That early fascination with computers and what they could do never left me. In the course of my career, I have built tech-centric businesses, e-commerce and mobile trading applications and capital market solutions. I’ve advised on outsourcing strategies, outsourcing effectiveness and led IIFL into the (then) largest and most successful cloud deployment in India. I've managed large IT setups with hundreds of offices, thousands of different kinds of devices and billions of real time transactions. My current fascination is productivity and agility. I believe technology services in large companies are very sub-optimal and ripe for a 10X increase in productivity. This requires tools and training, but most importantly new ways of working and new expectations.