Cloud Expo: What You Need to Know About This Year’s Event
If you’re looking for a way to jump start or deepen your engagement with cloud technology, there’s no better place to be than Cloud Expo, which is taking place at the Javits Convention Center in New York from June 7-9, 2016. The expo’s motto is “the world of cloud computing all in one place,” and it certainly delivers.
Featured Areas of Expertise
At Cloud Expo you are guaranteed to get the latest information on current and future cloud technologies. It brings together experts who cover a number of cloud computing strands, including analytics, big data, WebRTC, microservices, DevOps and the Internet of Things. These areas of expertise are divided into multiple tracks, so you can follow your main area of interest, some of which include enterprise cloud adoption, mobility and security, smart grids, big data and analytics, containers and microservices, wearables and more.
The keynotes and feature addresses give you the chance to hear inside information from experts based on their real experience. For example, Andrew Keys, co-founder of ConsenSys, will open Cloud Expo with an introduction to blockchain. Another keynote will cover how to get started with the cloud in less than an hour, and you can find out how IBM Softlayer works with the hybrid cloud.
Cloud Expo also is a great place to get answers to your questions about the cloud directly from Adobe, IBM and other major service providers. This year’s expo, for instance, will help you learn about disaster recovery planning with Andrew Cole from Peak 10 and discover the ins and outs of hybrid security monitoring in the cloud with Stephen Coty of Alert Logic.
It’s important to look toward the future and pay attention to cloud technologies that are on the cusp of becoming hugely important. Learn about artificial intelligence, WebRTC, the Internet of Things and more from leading experts in those fields. Attend the demos and Q&As throughout the expo to learn more about where these technologies are heading.
Whether you are a small business owner or a large enterprise, Cloud Expo has something to offer you. It’s a knowledge greenhouse, planting the seeds that will let your engagement with the cloud grow and thrive.