Guardian Life CIO Dean Del Vecchio on Migrating to the Cloud

Discussing Guardian’s moving workloads to AWS and closing its data centers; what this means for the carrier, as well as what it suggests about the future of insurance infrastructure generally.

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The Guardian Life Insurance Company (New York) will be moving the majority of its workloads to AWS to reduce its data center footprint as it drives business transformation, operational efficiency, and innovation. Guardian is migrating production workloads to AWS, including mission-critical functions such as data analytics platforms, customer portals, and direct-to-consumer services. The insurer is also closing the data centers it owns and operates. In this podcast IIR talks with Dean Del Vecchio, Executive Vice President, CIO, and Head of Enterprise Shared Services of Guardian Life Insurance Company.

Dean Del Vecchio, EVP, CIO, and Head of Enterprise Shared Services at Guardian.