CloudCamp London

Skills Matter
Thu, 13 Nov 2008, 18:00 - 22:00 (Add to calendar) GMT
The Crypt , London, GB

CloudCamp is an 'unconference' where early adopters of Cloud Computing technologies exchange ideas. With the rapid change occurring in the industry, we need a place we can meet to share our experiences, challenges and solutions. At CloudCamp, you are encouraged you to share your thoughts in several open discussions, as we strive for the advancement of Cloud Computing. End users, IT professionals and vendors are all encouraged to participate.

5-minute talks on a range of Cloud-related topics:

  1. Joe Baguley, Quest CTO Europe, “Virtualisation isn’t always green”
  2. Paul Watson, Arjuna, “Federated clouds”
  3. Duncan Johnston-Watt, Enigmatec CTO, “Cloud Cover”
  4. Phil Dean, Cisco,”What CIOs are saying to Cisco about cloud”
  5. Alexis Richardson, CohesiveFT, and Adil Mohammed, Entrip, “Cloud ftw”
  6. Matthias Kohl, VP Bus.Dev. Zimory, “Pervasive Cloud Computing - What is still missing?”
  7. Simon Wardley, Software Services Manager, Canonical UK, “Why standardisation matters”
  8. Rhys Jones, RBS, “Clouds are cool, so why aren’t we using them yet?”
  9. Wayne Horkan, SUN CTO UK and Ireland “Sun and Clouds: How Sun Microsystems is helping with the global Cloud infrastructure build out.”

To keep things moving as scheduled, Lightning Talks will be strictly limited to 5 minutes utilising the ‘Ignite’ format - 20 slides are used, automatically advancing every 15 seconds!

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