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About Adam Dolman


Head of Public Cloud, Atos Global IDM ESO

Adam Dolman is currently the Head of Public Cloud for Atos Global IDM ESO, a member of the Atos Scientific Community, and an Atos Expert in the Cloud Domain. He is responsible for the engineering and development of the Atos’ public cloud offerings, including Azure, Azure Stack and AWS, as part of the Atos Orchestrated Hybrid Cloud.

Previously he worked for Atos Major Events for 7 years, most recently as the Technical Operations Manager for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games for Atos Major Events, responsible for the architecture, security, deployment and management of the Rio 2016 Games infrastructure. He has worked at Atos since 2005, with particular interests in networking, cloud and digital transformation. Adam holds an MA in Computer Science from the University of Oxford and numerous professional qualifications.




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Articles posted by Adam Dolman

Securing the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro

One of the most ever present concerns, not just during the Olympic Games, but for the 2 years preceding them since our first systems went live for the Volunteer Portal, is ensuring the security of our systems. To make the technology of the Olympics run smoothly, we bring to the table over 25 years of experience of delivery excellence to…

Introducing energy efficient benefits while defining your network

Last week I was having a very interesting conversation with a colleague related to a previous blog post of mine around energy efficient coding and I thought perhaps it was time to revisit, but on a slightly different angle. How can we look at using Software Defined Network to improve energy utilisation in our network and data centre?…

The new Green IT - Energy Efficient Browsing?

The last couple of weeks I've seen energy efficiency of a web browser mentioned right in the main headlines of why to switch. Is this a new direction in Green IT, or simply just a marketing headline to try and catch users? The first article I saw concerned Internet Explorer 10, and how it used less…

What’s the value of money?

Lately we have seen Bitcoin surge and fall in value. At first, it was said to be down to the economic issues in Cyprus turning investors to look at other (safer?) forms of storing their money. And now, since I first started this article, collapse in value in under a less than a month. Is Bitcoin a new haven for investors, or…

Spanning tree, the bad guy on the block?

I recently spent a week at Cisco Live, and one thing I kept seeing across presentations was the theme of how 'insert acronym here' means the solution to no more spanning tree loops. Spanning tree, in my opinion, is an old hero of networking and personally something I still see as very much relevant. But let's take a…