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CTO Bryan Landerman Published in “Ahead in the Cloud” Book by AWS Executive

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  1. Stephen Orban, general manager at Amazon Web Services, published a book called "Ahead in the Cloud: Best Practices for Navigating the Future of Enterprise."
  2. It is also a must-read because it features a chapter written by Cox Automotive Chief Technology Officer Bryan Landerman.
  3. Landerman writes about Cox Automotive's move from dozens of U.S. on-premise data centers to the AWS cloud and shares some of the lessons we've learned along the way. 

Stephen Orban, general manager at Amazon Web Services, published a book called “Ahead in the Cloud: Best Practices for Navigating the Future of Enterprise.” It is a must-read for business leaders looking to transform their enterprises using the cloud. As he demonstrates in this book, enterprises must re-train their people, evolve their processes, and transform their cultures as they move to the cloud. By bringing together his experiences and those of a number of business leaders, Orban shines a light on what works, what doesn’t, and how enterprises can transform themselves using the cloud.

This book is also a must-read because it features a chapter written by Cox Automotive Chief Technology Officer Bryan Landerman. He writes about Cox Automotive’s move from dozens of U.S. on-premise data centers to the AWS cloud and shares some of the lessons we’ve learned along the way. 

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