If you are engaged in a business in the cloud industry, encircled by cloud experts or you are analyzing the information about cloud computing and cloud management daily, you are a part of the cloud industry. So if you wish to join the resolution makers, gain knowledge from the leaders or place your association as a cloud leader, here are some major significant cloud events you would want to be a part of.
Cloud Computing Expo
To know more about the two inexorable ventures IT tendencies, cloud computing and big data, 10th Cloud Expo at the Javits Convention Center in New York City, held from June 11th to June 14th, 2012 is the place to be at. It would involve industrial and tactical breakout sessions, General Sessions, Industry Keynotes, Multiple Demo Theatres and most important players in the Cloud and Big Data business etc.
The Defining Event for Cloud Computing
If you are a specialized cloud professional, this is one event that you should not fail to spot on. It will be hosted in the Windy City, Chicago from 10th of September to 13th of September, 2012. Key topics to be covered on the event are:
- Cloud Finances
- Data & Storage
- DevOps & Automation
- Performance and Monitoring
- Private vs. Public Clouds
Being held at multiple places, here beginners in the Cloud Computing business swap ideas. IT experts, users and sellers, all reveal their experiences, thoughts, trials and solutions. If you pay attention to the industry leaders speaking about the newest tendencies in Cloud Computing, keep a check on this event to know when it will be organized in your city or someplace close by.
In case you are not able to attend any of the events, there are solutions for that too. Many reviews, blogs and articles are posted after a respective event concludes. These provide you with the inside news and experiences of various people who’ve been a part of it. If you’ve time, the best you can do is to follow live blogging or live online broadcasts. Twitter also allows participants to broadcast information for the duration of conferences.
These are just a few examples of main cloud computing events that professionals in this business should attend. Besides these, there are many others. You just have to keep a check for them.
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I hope now you’d be able to find more about cloud computing events.