Stream Conf 2016 Will Explore How Data Streams Will be Managed, Secured and Monetized in the Future

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Industry Veterans and Innovators Including Cisco, Microsoft, PubNub, Mozilla, Iron.io, Texas Instruments to Present at San Francisco Event on September 28

Stream Conf 2016, the only conference of its kind to explore the technologies, architectures and business strategies for the streaming web, will be held in San Francisco on September 28, 2016, at the Bently Reserve. With leading software architects, executives, investors and thought leaders scheduled to participate, Stream Conf 2016 promises to be the premiere event for learning how always-on data streams will be managed, scaled, secured and monetized in the months and years ahead.

Devices, people and markets increasingly rely on instant updates and realtime connectivity to function efficiently and securely, and the software and business models built around these data streams are in a constant state of evolution. The agenda for Stream Conf 2016 includes tracks, sessions and workshops to explore this evolution, with speakers from Cisco, Iron.io, Microsoft, Mozilla, PubNub, Texas Instruments and more discussing key topics such as:

● Architecture: How Data Stream-based Applications Are Driving a New Software Stack
● Security: Challenges and Strategies for Data Stream-centric Security
● Business Models: Strategies to Fund and Grow Data Stream-driven Businesses
● Successes and Failures: Real-world Experience in Building and Scaling Data Stream-based Applications

“As consumers and businesses increasingly demand information at the blink of an eye, the expertise required to manage and scale the networks that make it all possible will become even more critical, said Todd Greene, CEO of PubNub. “StreamConf 2016 is the ideal event to join the conversation and learn more about where the industry is heading.“

For more information, please visit: http://www.streamconf.com/. Use code SC16-PRW100 when registering and save $100.

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