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IPEXPO 2010 – My day 2 Diary

October 20, 2010

Here’s how I am planning my day 2 at IPEXPO 2010….

Virtualisation and business continuity – where the wild gaps are
Virtualisation promised more affordable business continuity, but there are still issues to consider around availability, continuity and backup for virtual machines, particularly as companies begin using more than one virtualisation or storage platform. Will cover the challenges that still exist around business continuity and virtualisation.

SaaS, PaaS or IaaS- Where will the Enterprise sit in the Cloud
Businesses today demand that their IT functions deliver certainty, confidence and agility, whilst achieving ever-improving efficiency and reduced Total Cost of Ownership, but how will Cloud Computing change the Enterprise IT landscape?

True Cloud – The Google Vision for Enterprise Computing
Find out about the world’s largest and most scalable cloud computing platform, that is changing the world of traditional enterprise computing.

The Secrets of Successful Cloud Adoption: what they don’t tell you
Cloud has a seemingly unstoppable momentum behind it- but is it clear at the outset what the benefits of Cloud are beyond the shift from cap-ex to op-ex? What exactly are these benefits and how do we access them to adopt Cloud successfully?

The virtualization path to cloud computing
The virtualization expert of today will become the cloud computing guru of tomorrow. In this session you will learn about the VMware journey to cloud computing where a key stage to an integrated approach to cloud computing is the creation of an internal cloud in the datacenter that is dynamic, scalable and able to meet the needs of even the most demanding applications.This session extends the discussion from the internal cloud to the enablement of full application portability to external hosting- and service providers by creating an external cloud with the same availability and performance as the internal cloud.Covering VMware’s latest announcements and strategic directions, all IT, infrastructure and application development professionals will find this session key in understanding the next dramatic shift in how an IT infrastructure will be providing the critical IT services to their organisation.

The future of collaboration: SOA and the Cloud
This session looks at business transformation, cost reduction, productivity enhancement, user empowerment by large enterprises through the combination of Unified Communications, mobility, SOA, Virtualisation and Cloud Computing to deliver change defining solutions.

What makes Cloud Services so compelling?
Enterprises struggle with how to effectively manage and maintain their Information and Communication Technology (ICT) solutions to be more efficient cost-wise, and to improve their business processes. They also have to address security, standards, regulatory, pricing and governance concerns.

Microsoft Cloud Platform: Enterprise-Class Architecture
Is it secure & scalable? Is it difficult? Is it being over-hyped? “Cloud Computing” is a buzzword that’s tossed around a lot these days to describe the direction in which infrastructure seems to be moving. It’s a new platform, yet familiar. Microsoft’s Windows Azure and SQL Azure cloud computing platform integrates all the capabilities of a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) that provides you with highly scalable, secure and agile IT environment. Microsoft is investing heavily across our products & services to deliver the world’s most robust computing platform & applications – whether you want traditional, hybrid or cloud computing models. This session will address each area of architectural interest – from security, scalability, connectivity, development & storage.

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