The International Cloud Expo series is the fastest way to educate companies about the basic concepts of cloud computing, the trends, challenges, available solutions, shortcomings, Cloud foresightedness etc. The first Cloud Expo took place in 2007 with 450 delegates attending it. This year Cloud Expo, which is scheduled from 6-9th June, will see more than 7,000 delegates and over 200 sponsors and exhibitors. It will offer a non-stop 4-day technical program with 175+ speakers from 150+ leading Cloud companies from around the world.
The industry has put great faith in Cloud Computing in very short span. Still, there are many complications when it comes to implementing the Clouds. These complications result in ill effects, as the whole thing can go futile and return nothing. This is where such a big event can prove to very important. The event is designed to address such complications and making the companies aware of how things should be done easily.
The 8th Cloud Expo will feature 200+ technical sessions by top delegates of the leading Cloud industry players in the world. The sessions are aimed at providing basic as well high level concepts of Cloud Computing. The goal is to assist participants maximize performance, minimize cost and improve the scalability of their enterprise IT endeavors. These sessions will be quite useful to all level of employees- CIOs, VPs, Directors, managers and engineers. The basic benefits the sessions will provide -
- The potential benefits of Cloud Computing and its issue and ways to address these issue.
- Securing the data and applications in the clouds.
- How to convert the traditional data centers to cloud computing environment and the problems in doing so ?
- How to master Cloud Computing and cut short the cost of businesses ?
- What could be the future of Cloud Computing, the problems arising in future and ways around ?
Among the noted speakers are: Neil Ashizawa - senior manager of SaaS Products and Cloud Solutions for the Software & Solutions organization at HP; Brian Butte- Director in PricewaterhouseCoopers' IT Strategy practice and global Cloud Computing expert for the PWC; Scott Chasin - CTO McAfee Content & Cloud and many others.