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Jeremy Brown is the Content Coordinator for Cloud Connect and Interop, blogger, and resident social media dissector. Connect with him on Twitter: @SocialJeremy

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Cloud Connect Chicago 2012 was a great inaugural event. We received a record high response rate from evaluations and top marks across the board!

As we wrap up Chicago and begin to shift our focus toward Santa Clara 2013,we would like to congratulate  the fantastic speakers that made Chicago a success.

Let’s take a look back at the sessions and speakers that rocked Cloud Connect. Continue Reading »

 
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The red carpet wasn’t just for the attendee party.

There was no shortage of great speakers or sessions at Cloud Connect Santa Clara.

But only 5 out of the 180 plus speakers could make the top list and call themselves “Cloud Connect rockstars”. Who reigns supreme? Without further ado…

Here are the top 5 speakers that wowed the masses: Continue Reading »

 
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A post from Performance and Ability Track Chair, Wendy White.

Natural disasters, race cars and high-stakes trading come together under the umbrella of the Cloud Connect Cloud Performance and Availability Track, Three C-level execs, three real-world cloud performance and availability success stories.

Whether you sit in the camp that believes high availability belongs in the application and not the infrastructure — or vice versa — or the one that believes that performance and availability come at the cost of scale, this track covering public, private and virtual private clouds may provide some fresh insight to shape your thinking and some actionable next steps to jump start your 2012 cloud plans.

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Cloud Connect Santa Clara 2012 will be here quicker than you can say…Cloud Connect. It’s right around the corner. Here are 7 things you need to know prior to the event. Continue Reading »

 
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Cloud computing has indeed changed the landscape of IT, but there are consequences that CIO’s absolutely must take into consideration. Cloud Connect Santa Clara 2012’s conference chair, Alistair Croll, founder of Bitcurrent, shares his take on cloud computing and the unintended consequences that CIO’s face in his Information Week post.

Information week Alistair CrolThese are the 3 unintended consequences that CIO’s should consider according to Alistair: Continue Reading »

 

 
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