Friday, June 13, 2008

"The World Wide Cloud: Bridging the Data Center and The Cloud"

As cloud computing becomes more commonplace, creating a secure method to bridge the gap between existing data centers and remote sources of compute capacity is becoming more and more important. Reuven Cohen, Founder & Chief Technologist of Enomaly, will be giving a session on Bridging the Data Center and The Cloud at SYS-CON's 'Cloud Computing Summit' (November 20-21, 2008) - a brand new adjunct to the 4th International Virtualization Conference & Expo being held at The Fairmont Hotel in San Jose, CA.

"The ability to efficiently and securely tap into remote cloud resources is one of the most important opportunities in the cloud computing today," Cohen notes.

Location, security, portability, and reliability all play critical roles in a scalable IT environment, he adds. In his session at the Summit, he will discuss some of the challenges and opportunities to deploying across a diverse global cloud infrastructure.

Cohen is the Founder & Chief Technologist for Toronto-based Enomaly Inc. - leading developer of Cloud computing products and solutions focused on enterprise businesses. Enomaly enables enterprises to realize the benefits of cloud computing by delivering turn-key IT solutions that help in the use and migration to remote cloud computing resources. Enomaly's products include the Enomalism elastic computing platform, an open source cloud platform that enables a scalable enterprise IT and local cloud infrastructure platform.

At the Cloud Computing Summit he will be speaking along side other top Cloud luminaries, including:

  • Mike Eaton, CEO, Cloudworks
  • Willy Chiu, VP of High Performance on Demand Solutions, IBM
  • Dave Durkee, CEO, ENKI
  • John Janakiraman, CTO, Skytap
  • Billy Marshall, Founder & CEO, rPath
  • Dr Thorsten von Eicken, CTO & Founder, RightScale
  • Patrick Harr, CEO, Nirvanix

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