Date / Time: Thursday, July 10, 2014, Noon New York/9:00 AM San Francisco
SHOW POSTPONED -- NEW DATE!
By now, we all have a decent grasp on cloud computing. We know the difference between IaaS and PaaS and who the major players are. Unfortunately, most enterprises take advantage of only a fraction of what cloud has to offer, instead becoming mired in the complexities of application integration, platform support, and changing job roles.
The question now is not if, but how to use the cloud. How can we approach the cloud to get the most from its benefits without getting hung up on the hard parts? When so much in IT is in flux, how can your cloud plan support what you need now while it looks toward the future?
We'll have the perfect person to ask these questions for our next guest on Network Computing Radio. Randy Bias is the CEO and Founder of Cloudscaling, a leader in enterprise-grade OpenStack-poweredproducts. Randy's provocative views on the profound disruption caused by cloud computing have made him one of the most influential voices in the industry. He has inspired organizations and individuals to embrace the disruption of cloud computing to transform business processes and position themselves to succeed in a new world where computingresources are ubiquitous, inexpensive, instantly scalable, and highly available.
Randy has been a vocal advocate for open systems for more than two decades. He was the technical visionary at GoGrid and at CloudScale Networks. He led the open-licensing of GoGrid's APIs, which inspired Sun Microsystems, RackspaceCloud, VMware and others to follow. In 2006, he founded Cloudscaling with Adam Waters and since then has led teams that designed, architected, built and deployed cloud infrastructure for more than two dozen clients globally.
Don't miss this episode of Network Computing Radio to get valuable real-world advice from one of the most influential and respected voices in the industry.
Randy Bias is the CEO and Founder of Cloudscaling, a leader in enterprise-grade OpenStack-poweredproducts.