Infrastructure Reliability During COVID-19 Virtual Masterclass

A virtual event for IT professionals who have an interest in infrastructure reliability during the global pandemic

Infrastructure Reliability During COVID-19 Virtual Masterclass offered a relaxed virtual forum for IT professionals looking to improve or learn more about infrastructure reliability during this global crisis.

The virtual session is will last approx. 1 hour and will bring together 100 IT infastructure professionals for learning and knowledge sharing. We will be hearing initially from our presenter before opening the discussion out to the panel and inviting questions and contributions from the other attendees.

Infrastructure Reliability During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic sent hundreds of millions of students home worldwide. Work from home is now the only option for many. In this crisis, cloud companies suddenly are the backbone of a global virtual learning and collaboration experiment on a scale never previously experienced. While the Internet backbone has long been a lifeline and reached over half the world’s population in 2019, without scalable cloud services, the current disaster would be unimaginably worse.

We will be discussing:

  • Unique problems brought on by the current global pandemic regarding IT Infrastructure
  • What are IT professionals doing in order to overcome these unique challenges

11:20 am (Eastern TIme): Guests are encouraged to check-in online

11:30 am: Introduction by Ortus Club

11:35 am: Introduction to “Infrastructure Reliability During COVID-19” by Brian Batraski, Product Manager at Cloudflare

11:50 am: Discussion continued by the panel

12:10 am: Participants invited to contribute to the discussion

12:30 am: Discussion closed and end of the session

Brian Batraski, Product Manager at Cloudflare


Cloudflare is a leading web performance and security company with the mission of building a better Internet.

At present, Cloudflare protects more than 22 million websites, APIs, SaaS services, and other high-speed services and various threats at the edge of the network.

Cloudflare’s network sends more than 10 trillion internet requests each month, accounting for nearly 10% of more than 2.8 billion internet requests worldwide.

Wednesday, 15th of April 2020

11:30 am to 12:30 am Eastern Daylight Time

Hosted by:

Samuel AdcockInfrastructure Reliability Masterclass