I am very much Interested in attending Technical Conferences. I had attended a Computing Conference Earlier. Its a Cloud Computing Virtual Conference 2009,Which is the global cloud computing event, covering latest trends and innovations in the world of cloud computing. It is the Annual Virtual Conference on Cloud Computing! It is hosted online March 23-25, 2009.
I feel very happy and proud to say that, I too had been a part of that [b]2nd Annual Virtual Conference[/b] which was hosted by cloudslam10. I attended it and got a good opportunity to meet the world's leading experts. I attended it on March 23-25, 2009
The Cloud Slam Event team has posted the latest Keynote speakers: Matt Bross, Global CTO, Huawei Technology; Chris C. Kemp, CIO, NASA Ames Research Center; Parker Harris, EVP Technology, salesforce.com; Hal Stern, VP, Sun Microsystems, a subsidiary of Oracle Corporation; Mark de Simone, Chief Business Development Officer, Cordys; Simon Crosby, CTO Data Center & Cloud, Citrix, and Andy Brown, Managing Director, Global Technology Strategy, Architecture and Optimization, Bank of America.
Also Early Bird Tickets are available at: http://www.cloudslamevent.com/node/164 Also using discount code vmblog will get you a $15 discount. I just registered - looking forward to the event.
Modern computing in the age of the Internet is quite a strange, remarkable thing. As you sit hunched over your laptop at home watching a YouTube video or using a search engine, you’re actually plugging into the collective power of thousands of computers that serve all this information to you from far-away rooms distributed around the world. It’s almost like having a massive supercomputer at your beck and call, thanks to the Internet. This phenomenon is what we typically refer to as cloud computing. We now read the news, listen to music, shop, watch TV shows and store our files on the web. Some of us live in cities in which nearly every museum, bank, and government office has a website. The end result? We spend less time in lines or on the phone, as these websites allow us to do things like pay bills and make reservations. The movement of many of our daily tasks online enables us to live more fully in the real world. Cloud computing offers other benefits as well. Not too long ago, many of us worried about losing our documents, photos and files if something bad happened to our computers, like a virus or a hardware malfunction. Today, our data is migrating beyond the boundaries of our personal computers. Instead, we’re moving our data online into “the cloud”. If you upload your photos, store critical files online and use a web-based email service like Gmail or Yahoo! Mail, an 18-wheel truck could run over your laptop and all your data would still safely reside on the web, accessible from any Internet-connected computer, anywhere in the world. Very simply stated, cloud computing is the delivery of a service or a capability over the network. More specifically, cloud computing refers to IT resources and services that are abstracted from the underlying infrastructure and are provided "on demand" and "at scale" in a multitenant environment. Cloud computing fundamentally changes the way IT services are delivered. Organizations can employ cloud computing to meet their IT requirements using a flexible, on demand, and rapidly scalable model that requires neither ownership on their part, nor provision of dedicated resources, leanr more http://cloudcomputing-vision.com