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Steve Wylie

As we approach our first Cloud Connect Summit in Las Vegas, I’d like to recognize the people we count on most for developing the high-quality conference program Cloud Connect is known for.  This year we have been fortunate to get support from an amazing team of experts and influencers. Their guidance can be seen in the caliber of speakers we have assembled to take the stage in just three weeks!

Wendy White, Principal, Surge Marketing Group

@wendywhite

 

 

 

Bernard Golden, Vice President, Enterprise Solutions, Enstratius, a Dell Company

@bernardgolden

 

 

Scott Bils, Managing Partner, Leverhawk

@sbils

 

 

 

Alistair Croll, VP, CloudOps Research

@acroll

 

 

Charlie Babcock, Editor-at-large, InformationWeek

@babcockcw

 

 

Joe Weinman, Author, Cloudonomics

@joeweinman

 

 

Steve Riley, Technical Director, CTO Office, Riverbed Technology

@riverbed

 

 

Dave Roberts, Author, Leverhawk.com/ Sr. Director, BMC Software

@sandhillstrat

 

 

 

Ben Kepes, Advisor, Investor and Founder, Diversity Limited

@benkepes

 

 

 

Jimit Aurora, Vice President, Everest Group

@everestgroup

 

 

Andrew Conry-Murray, Director of Content & Community, Interop

@Interop_Andrew

 

 

 

Thank you to a great team! See you in Vegas!

 

 

 

 
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A post by Eric Hanselman, WAN and Cloud Networking Track Track Chair.

With all of the enthusiasm for the compute and storage aspects of cloud capabilities, it’s easy to take the networks that bind them together for granted.  Networks haven’t been a very visible part of early cloud computing deployments, but they’re critical to effectively leveraging cloud’s advantages and ensuring success in implementations. Networks take on new forms and characteristics in cloudy deployments, too. There’s increased flexibility, but also a dependence on the cloud provider’s network designs. That dependence can make a transition from typical enterprise network architectures a challenge.  Understanding the differences can help smooth the way to being able to take advantage of the many benefits of cloudy worlds. Continue Reading »

 

 
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