Cloud Computing Best Practices

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Posted on 20th September 2010 by cloudhostingguy in Cloud Hosting

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Gary Tyreman, CEO, Univa,  Billy Cox, director of Cloud Strategy & Planning, Software Solutions Group, Intel and Scott Clark, CEO, Deopli Corporation will all be speaking at the executive roundtable discussion and reception on September 29 in Atlanta, GA to present insights and best practices for public, private and hybrid cloud solutions.

The fourth in a series of similar events hosted by Univa and Intel, this roundtable is the first of its kind in the southeast. Titled “Cloud Computing: Realities and Recommendations,” the event takes place at the Microsoft Technology Center in Alpharetta, Georgia on Wednesday, September 29, 2010 from 3:00pm — 5:00pm ET, with a cocktail reception to follow.

“These events have been popular because we’re giving the audience a view of cloud computing from the real world,” said Univa’s Gary Tyreman. “At the moment there are plenty of venues where general cloud information is being presented, but precious few where actual implementation details are shared. By discussing lessons learned based on actual customer projects, we’re giving our attendees the information they need to begin building a cloud computing strategy based on their specific needs and requirements.”

“Taking the concept of cloud and applying it to technology is best done by leveraging experience from teams working with IT providers and end users in the field,” said Intel’s Billy Cox. “These sessions apply that experience and provide a recipe for success.”

“We have spent the last 20 years building private clouds for use by individual companies,” said Clark of Deopli Corporation. “As natural evolution takes us into multi-tenant clouds, we need to make sure we carry forward all the lessons from our past that apply, while recognizing that this is a different beast and will have requirements we have not faced before. These roundtables give us an opportunity to share our experiences and hear new requirements, and then take the best of both to build a more appropriate solution for all to use.”

The event is limited to 25 seats. To reserve a seat or learn more, visit

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All attendees will receive an Amazon Kindle™ loaded with cloud resources – including our Cloud Benchmark Report with results quantified from several cloud end users.

Wednesday Sept 29, 2010
3:00 – 5:00 PM Eastern Time (reception to follow 5 – 7PM)
Microsoft Technology Center • Atlanta, GA (get more details)

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  1. Jesse Labrocca says:

    A very interesting point is that RDBMS do not work very well in the Cloud and alternative systems such as “NoSQL” becomes more popular through Cloud Computing

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    4th October 2010 at 8:10 am

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