Next in Successful ‘Cloud-Con 90' Series to Air Dec. 17

Integration Developer News (IDN) will host the second edition of its renowned Cloud-Con 90 online event series for cloud computing on Dec. 17, 2009.  More than 2,100 IT professionals registered for the inaugural Cloud-Con 90 online event held in mid-July, making it the largest cloud computing event to date. Cloud-Con 90 attendees learn from top experts about how to secure value from cloud projects in 90 days or less.

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Integration Developer News (IDN) will host the second edition of its renowned Cloud-Con 90 online event series for cloud computing on Dec. 17, 2009. 

More than 2,100 IT professionals registered for the inaugural Cloud-Con 90 online event held on July 16, 2009, making it the largest cloud computing event to date.  CIOs and IT Management, VPs and LOB Managers, Enterprise Architects, Data Center, Operations, and Integration Professionals who attended the July “get-down-to-business’ event” learned how to assess and quickly implement appropriate cloud solutions for their current business requirements -- all in 90 days or less. 

“The record number of attendees at Cloud-Con 90 proves that interest in cloud computing is stronger than ever and demonstrates the need to understand more about the diverse business and technology issues that are driving cloud adoption throughout the enterprise.” said Tom Donoghue, Event Producer for Cloud-Con 90.   “This pent up demand for no-nonsense, factual information, combined with IDN’s unique multi-vendor format, will once again draw a large number of IT professionals with management responsibilities across architecture, applications, data and integration.”  

Cloud-Con 90 Provides a Roadmap to Cloud Success
IDN’s July 2009 Cloud-Con 90 event featured precise advice and enterprise computing case studies focused on these key cloud computing objectives: reduce on-going expenses, increase revenues, or manage growth – all in 90 days or less. 

Expert speakers from HP, IBM and RightScale, (a cloud partner with IBM, Amazon and Microsoft) discussed top ways their customers are using cloud computing to secure ROI for F1000s, mid-market firms and “greenfield” start-ups and the three types of cloud applications – private, public and hybrid.

“There are many cloud-related events, but few present a business-relevant focus that addresses the needs of a diverse array of attendees,” said the event's Program Director Vance McCarthy. 

“Cloud-Con 90 will continue to bring together top experts with real experience who can detail what type of cloud projects get funded, what can be accomplished in 90 days, and most importantly, what it takes to get results.  This is the format that was so successful at our July event and one we will use and build on for our next Cloud-Con 90 in December,” McCarthy added.

Cloud-Con 90 summaries and replays from each session are available here
 
Agenda and Topics for
December’s Cloud-Con 90 Online Event

At December’s Cloud-Con 90, the following business and technology issues will be discussed by leading cloud computing experts:

  1. Cost-justification for cloud computing
  2. Obtaining management buy-in for cloud projects
  3. Getting started with cloud (project selection, training, on-ramping, etc.)
  4. Maintaining enterprise integrity (security, SLA, compliance, etc.)
  5. Success metrics (ROI, visibility, compliance, reduction in cost/manpower, etc.)


For ‘Cloud-Con 90’ Speaking, Sponsorship Information
To participate or to learn more about Cloud-Con 90 (December 17, 2009), contact Tom Donoghue at Integration Developer News at 415-516-2874 or events@idevnews.com
 
About Integration Developer News
Founded in 2002, IDN presents news, expert interviews and online events that address SOA, ESBs, BPM, Cloud Computing, Governance, Enterprise Open Source, Mainframe SOA and Enterprise Mashups.  IDN also produces lead-generation events such as online conferences, webinars and community development programs for technology providers in these sectors. In the past 3 years, IDN has produced events that have attracted more than 25,000 registrations from IT and business decision-makers. www.idevnews.com




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