At Structure, we’ll learn what the future of cloud computing holds from the people getting their hands dirty with deployments.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) May 10, 2013
The most influential technologists in cloud computing will take the stage at GigaOM’s 6th annual Structure conference, June 19-20 in San Francisco, to examine a fundamental shift that is redefining the role of information technology departments in companies of all sizes and creating business and technical opportunities for entrepreneurs.
How are information technology departments transforming themselves from simply being cost centers to planning for next-generation computing to support business? It’s not only an issue that faces big business but also is the case for banks, retail shops and other sectors of the economy where mobile, digital or cloud strategies all are integral parts of running business and serving customers.
At Structure, speakers will talk about a new generation of IT professionals who aren’t just trying to solve business problems with technology but are building architectures that are integral parts of the business. Speakers include:
- Pat Gelsinger, VMWare
- Werner Vogels, Amazon
- Satya Nadella, Microsoft
- Jay Parikh, Facebook
- Bob Muglia, Juniper
- Jeff Dean, Google
- Lew Moorman, Rackspace
- Kevin Scott, LinkedIn
- Raj Patel, Cisco Systems
- Dean Nelson, eBay
- Gary Grider, Los Alamos National Laboratory
- Ben Haines, Pabst Brewing Company
- Ralph Loura, The Clorox Company
- Stefan Apitz, Box
- Peter Gross, Bloom Energy
- Lew Cirne, New Relic
See the full speaker lineup here.
“This is an exciting time in IT as computing becomes cheaper, our ability to capture data expands, and disruption is everywhere,” said Stacey Higginbotham, senior writer for GigaOM and chair of Structure 2013. “At Structure, we’ll learn what the future of cloud computing holds from the people getting their hands dirty with deployments.”
Cloud practitioners representing a variety of sectors – including retail, consumer goods, technology and energy – will examine how real-time business needs are shaping IT architectures and what tomorrow’s cloud will look like.
Other highlights include:
- More than 16 in-depth workshops on implementing cloud services, including case studies and new technology reviews.
- Mapping sessions led by GigaOM Research, focused on the next 12-18 months of the cloud.
- More than 65 sponsors and exhibitors, including 20 startups.
- LaunchPad startup competition.
All attendees will receive a complimentary GigaOM Research Sector RoadMap™ report on software-defined networking. This Sector RoadMap looks at the disruptive trends shaking up the market and the emerging and existing players set to dominate the space.
Some of the most influential companies in cloud computing have already lined up to sponsor Structure, and sponsorships are expected to sell out. Contact Mike Sly at eventsales(at)gigaom(dot)com or (415) 235-0358 to learn more about sponsorship and exhibition opportunities.
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