In business, as in life, being part of an ecosystem enhances our ability to communicate, talk, write and read. We need to be able to move from one place to another, we need accountability, we need predictability, we need insurance, to feel secure, and we need trust links. Our ability to have success, to move forward and to develop projects and relationships is 100% dependent on our ecosystem.
To Cloud or not to Cloud was the question raised at the “CloudViews – Cloud Computing Conference 2009″ and to which the correct answer will always depend on our capability to develop an ecosystem with all their components.
Helping Cloud Computing achieve its main goal – transform IT platforms in elastic, highly available, fault tolerant, secure, and multi-tenant platforms. Allowing IT technicians to be able to shift the focus of their work from the technology complexity to their companies core business, will depends on our capability to build a true Computing ecosystem in the Cloud: encryption mechanisms, predictability and provision platforms, SLAs monitoring and agreements contracts, AAI, elastic networks, interoperability frameworks, schedule mechanisms, etc.
CloudViews 2010 – Cloud Computing Conference will be a lively discussion and demonstration place of how this true Computing ecosystem in the Cloud is already being built.
Who should attend?
Everyone who has responsibilities and cares about IT technologies, namely
- IT Administrators
- Software Developers and Architects
- Chief Information Office (CIO)
Service providers driven by internationalization and partnership projects; and companies that want to affirm themselves through the implementation of IT politics that favor the improvement of the quality of their services and products, allied with innovation, efficient investment and resources utilization, especially
- Startup Companies
- IT Companies
- Service Providers
R&D centers aiming to promote knowledge transfer and IT users, particularly
- Users and Service Consumers, including Academic Institutions
- Researchers and Academic Developers
Service providers will be able to show how services will be deployed and offered to the clients.
R&D centers, researchers and developers will be able to put on display their results and discuss issues and solutions related with Cloud Computing technologies
Companies will have the opportunity to understand how their data is being protected in the Cloud, how they can move from one provider to another, how they will be able to migrate from the current scenario to a Cloud-based one, in a planed and structured way; and most important, how other companies are already taking benefits from Cloud Computing and its Ecosystem.
Users will have the possibility to evaluate the proposed solutions based on their needs and the “simplicity criteria”: complex and unfocused solutions are not Cloud Computing.