I’ll be doing a presentation at Cloud Slam ’09 titled:
Here’s what I’ll be talking about:
While much of the collective discussion has focused on cloud computing and trying to define it, cloud storage has not so quietly gone from concept to tangible business with real revenue opportunities. Those actively in the business speculate that .40 to .90 cents from every $1 spent on cloud computing is storage, and with the continued increase of data creation from applications and people, it’s only going to go up. Giants like Amazon, Google, Microsoft and now Sun have thrown their hats into the cloud storage ring, but they are not the only players. The economics for trusted service providers like IT Hosting providers make it attractive for their entry into this space.
Cloud Slam ’09 is the world’s largest virtual cloud computing conference, so you can attend the conference no matter where you are.
See you in the cloud:
Tuesday, April 21, 2009 4:00 pm
Eastern Daylight Time (GMT -04:00, New York)