Virtualization Technology News and Information
Interoperability will be addressed at 2nd Cloud Computing World Forum
Interoperability will be address at the 2nd Cloud Computing World Forum, at Olympia Conference Centre, London June 29 to July 1, 2010.
Agenda items will include “Cloud and Disaster Recovery - A Perfect Storm”, “Ensuring Convergence”, “A Cloudy Future” and a Panel discussion titled “Utility Computing - Switching Supplier”.
The three day conference and expo will feature many of the major players in the industry including Google, Amazon, Microsoft, IBM,, HP, VMware Fujitsu and many others. The show will offer a free-to-attend exhibition area where many of the principal companies will be on hand to answer questions and give product demonstrations.
Networking drinks will be served towards the end of each day and free workshops and seminars will take place.
The event will also feature more end user case studies than any other conference of this type. Key speakers include:
-    Mary Hensher, CIO, Deloitte
-    John Linwood, Chief Technology Officer, BBC
-    Mark Cameron, CTO, Virgin Atlantic
-    Bryan Kinsella, CIO, Rentokil Initial
-    Toby Wright, CTO, Telegraph Media Group
-    Stuart Curley, Chief Technology Architect, Royal Mail
-    Gordon Penfold, CTO, British Airways
-    Peter Bradley, Staff Officer Operations, RNLI
-    Joerg Weber, Attack Monitoring Manager, Barclays
-    Christiaan de Backer, CIO, TomTom
-    Charles Newhouse, Head of Strategy and Design, BAE Systems
-    Gordon Penfold, CTO, British Airways
-    Mark Ferrar, Director of Technology Strategy, NHS
-    David Wilde, CIO, Westminster Council
-    and many more.
To register for the event then please visit the Cloud Computing World Forum website or call (0) 845 519 1230.
Published Tuesday, May 04, 2010 6:53 PM by David Marshall
Filed under: ,
Twitter Trackbacks for Interoperability will be addressed at 2nd Cloud Computing World Forum : - Virtualization Technology News and Information for Everyone [] on - (Author's Link) - May 4, 2010 7:39 PM
To post a comment, you must be a registered user. Registration is free and easy! Sign up now!
<May 2010>