Bellevue, Washington (PRWEB) October 09, 2012
Sundar will be addressing an audience at the EuroCloud Congress in Luxembourg on October 9th to share his real world experience, challenges, and obstacles overcome by ComputeNext as a cloud service brokerage realizing a federated cloud ecosystem.
Kannan will educate ICT decision-makers and EU government policy makers how cloud brokerage can bring order to the chaos of cloud service consumption, as well as caution how the model may contribute its own inefficiencies unless a focus on transparency, participation and meaningful choice are upheld.
With its anticipated growth of 300%, the federated cloud market in Europe presents a sizable opportunity - with a unique set of challenges. Sundar seeks to address these challenges by sharing his experience in building a federated cloud ecosystem at ComputeNext.
About the EuroCloud Congress
The EuroCloud Congress, a proponent of “Growth Through Cloud” is a unique two-day event fully dedicated to the European cloud computing sector. In its third year, the congress has continued to attract the leaders, the movers, and shakers from the cloud computing industry to discuss issues, advances, and best practices for cloud adoption in the business community as well as government policy makers.
The output from past events was published as the 16-Point Action Plan for Cloud Computing in Europe. This report summarizes the findings agreed by representatives of all local EuroCloud organizations and specifies the next steps to create trust and success in cloud computing in Europe. Its objective is to help European businesses benefit from cloud computing.
The EuroCloud Congress 2012 takes place at the conference center of the Chambre de Commerce building, located at: 7 rue Alcide de Gasperi, Luxembourg / Kirchberg – BP 1304 – L-1013 Luxembourg. Those interested can register online at: http://www.eurocloudcongress.org/
About Sundar Kannan
Sundar, CEO and founder of ComputeNext has 20+ years’ experience in IT, eight of that in cloud and hosting. Having started as a network engineer in Singapore then advancing through IBM, Lotus, HP, Oracle and most recently working at Microsoft as Director of Business Development for Azure he now seeks to propel a federated cloud ecosystem to the foreground of efficient computing procurement.
ComputeNext a Bellevue, WA based start-up, is pioneering the way organizations search, discover, procure and provision cloud infrastructure with their multi-cloud marketplace. Holding the belief that a few cloud providers cannot satisfy the world’s computing demands their mission is to promote choice and efficient computing through federation. In reference to cloud service brokerage they have been called an “uber-aggregator” of IaaS.
For more information: http://www.computenext.com