Clay Magouyrk

Executive Vice President,
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure


Cloud infrastructure is the most important developer productivity advancement of the 21st century. But moving to the cloud is a complex journey. How can organizations achieve greater productivity now without rewriting the applications that run their businesses?

In this fireside chat, Clay Magouyrk, executive vice president, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Daniel Newman, principal analyst and founding partner, Futurum Research discuss the evolution of cloud infrastructure and what business customers should look for when planning their cloud strategies. When shifting to cloud, companies want to achieve maximum productivity benefits without having to rebuild key applications from scratch. By considering hybrid solutions and focusing on specific workloads, organizations can realize the benefits of cloud scale and flexibility and allow developers to focus on what matters – writing code and innovating rather than spending time maintaining and provisioning hardware and software resources.