Working in the Cloud

Today, the scope of the proverbial Cloud extends from software to computing and from storage to security. And the possibilities of doing businesses on the desired scale but at a substantially lower total cost of ownership are no longer options, but the need of the hour.

Cloud Computing offers myriad business opportunities not only for large multi-product, multi-functional organizations, but also to the not so large and SMB firms. Working on the cloud has distinct advantages that any business could leverage upon, re-create its IT strategies, innovate, and transform the existing business processes into a very cost effective business model backed by the speed and agility of what the ubiquitous Internet can offer.

If you are planning to build, sell or purchase applications or services that could be defined as a data center or cloud service, or if you happen to be an IT end user then this event is a MUST ATTEND.

Key Areas of Discussion (but not limited to)...

  • Trends, Directions and Innovations in IT Operations Software
  • Cloud IoT connectivity
  • Achieving agility and scalability in all enterprise applications with Cloud
  • Securing the cloud in a highly complex digital marketplace
  • Big Data Cloud Analytics
  • Cloud computing enhancements, Integration, Security & QoS, Computing Standards
  • Technological trends including Cloud Data Warehouse, Mobile Cloud Computing etc.
  • Architecting for 24/7 Availability
  • Best Practices for Organizing and Staffing IT Infrastructure Operations
  • Trends, Directions and Innovations in IT Operations Software
  • Migrating and managing in a virtualized environment
  • Futuristic cloud applications and engineering solutions as part of the new cloud world
  • Storage and client hosted virtualization, Resource sharing etc.
  • Service oriented architecture (SOA)
  • Cloud Threat Intelligence

Enterprise Data Center

The Enterprise Data Center module will try to seek critical business information on how to optimize investments in datacenter facilities through innovative trends in design, energy efficient models and improved processes etc.

This module will attempt to unravel critical challenges, allow participants a ring-side view of global trends, best practices and case studies. The conference will also showcase contemporary technologies and processes presented by global leaders and bring together various communities involved in the research, development, and use of data center technologies and processes. This meeting will play a catalytic role of getting global technology leaders and users from across a wide spectrum of Indian industries together on the same platform...thus making up for effective business matching.

Key Areas of Discussion (but not limited to)...

  • Greening the Enterprise and maximizing of ROI
  • Power and cooling efficiencies, and enterprise security in a networked environment
  • Data center design & process innovations
  • Green and multi-zone security embedded datacenters
  • Certain and uncertain future of server technology
  • Server consolidation and other major data center challenges
  • Benchmarking disaster recovery readiness
  • Asset optimization and reduced Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
  • Disaster recovery testing best practices
  • Change Management: Attaining agility while balancing compliance and standards
  • Establishing, enforcing and marketing SLAs
  • Capacity Management and Performance Computing
  • Management & operational strategies
  • Multi Tier Data center infrastructure