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Session Topics: 12th Cloud Expo / Cloud Expo New York

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  • 1 Convenient Venue – Jacob Javits Center, New York City
  • 3 Interlocking Themes – Cloud Computing, Big Data, & Software-Defined Networking
  • 4 Content-Packed Days – June 10–13, 2013
  • 6 Keynotes by Leading Industry Execs
  • 9 Distinct Parallel Tracks
  • 175 Breakout Technical & Strategy Sessions
  • 204 Expert Speakers & Panelists
  • 90,000 Square Feet of Expo Floor
  • and 1 Not-To-Be-Missed Opening Night Welcome Reception on June 10 !
  • The event is co-located with 3rd International BigDataExpo and 1st SDN Expo. Registration includes all three events.



    Whether you are a large enterprise, a growing business, a government organization, or a service provider, Cloud Expo New York is THE place you need to be June 10–13. Click on the topic of your choice and you'll be taken immediately to the most relevant session/s . Then register today, and save yourself $500!

    12th Cloud Expo | 3rd International BigDataExpo

    INDEX OF SESSIONS BY TOPIC

    [CLICK ON TOPIC TO GO TO RELEVANT SESSION/S]

    APIs

    APIs and Services – One Platform or Two?
    Alistair Farquharson | CTO, SOA Software
    Using APIs for Better Business Partnerships
    Alistair Farquharson | CTO, SOA Software

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    Applications

    Build Modern Business Applications with Oracle Cloud's Platform Services
    Marc Sewtz | Senior Software Development Manager, Oracle
    Dependencies Gone Wild: Testing Cloud Applications
    Wayne Ariola | VP of Strategy and Corporate Development, Parasoft

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    Best Practices

    APIs – The Wiring Behind the Cloud
    Richard Taggart | CTO, SHI International
    Best Practices for Architecting Your Cloud Infrastructure
    Matt Mullins | Cloud Platform Implementation Engineer, Citrix Systems

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    Big Data

    The Answer to Data Scientist Scarcity Lies in Automation
    Radhika Subramanian | CEO, Emcien



    Dr. David Bader | Executive Director of HPC, Georgia Institute of Technology

    The Big Challenge of Big Data & Hadoop Integration
    Cédric Carbone | CTO, Talend
    Big Data: What It Means for Legal and Risk Management
    Alon Israely | Co-Founder, Business Intelligence Associates
    Big Data into a Small Storage Package with Cloud Storage
    Nicos Vekiarides | CEO, TwinStrata
    Big Data on OpenStack
    Nati Shalom | Founder & CTO, GigaSpaces
    Cloud Computing & Location-aware Big Data is Changing Our World
    Ty Fabling | Sr. Enterprise GIS Systems Architect, Esri
    Enabling Real-Time Analytics Using an In-Memory Data Grid
    William Bain | Founder & CEO, ScaleOut Software
    High Performance, Scalable Big Data Solutions in a Bare Metal Cloud
    Marc Jones | VP of Product Innovation, SoftLayer
    NoSQL & Big Data, The No "BS" Edition
    Sam Bisbee | Director of Technical Business Development, Cloudant
    Requirements of a Cloud Database
    Barry Morris | Co-Founder & CEO, NuoDB, NuoDB
    Scaling Big Data in the Cloud
    Cory Isaacson | CEO/CTO, CodeFutures Corporation
    Utilizing a Pod Architecture to Scale
    Donn Rochette | CTO, AppFirst
    Why Big Data is Really About Small Data
    Judith Hurwitz | President & CEO, Hurwitz & Associates



    Alan Nugent | Co-Founder, Boston CTO Group

    Your Secret Weapon in the Big Data War: 20x More Agility with MicroStrategy Cloud
    Bala Chandran | Director, Cloud Products, MicroStrategy

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    Case Studies

    AMAG's Secret Sauce for a Scalable Enterprise Cloud Model
    Nathan McBride | VP of IT & Chief Cloud Architect, AMAG Pharmaceuticals
    Developing the World's First IaaS Marketplace
    Ruediger Baumann | CEO, Zimory

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    Cloud (General)

    Citrix and Alcatel Lucent Joint Cloud Solution and Architecture
    Kedar Poduri | Director of Product Management, Cloud Platform Group, Citrix Systems



    Cary Dym | Cloud Solutions Business Development Leader, Alcatel-Lucent

    Five Secrets to Cloud Cost Control
    Greg Arnette | Founder & CTO , Sonian
    How to Stop Worrying and Love Your Cloud
    Tim Halpin | Director Cloud Services – Adoption and Utilization, AT&T

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    Cloud-Based Solutions

    Backup, Recovery, Archiving, and the Cloud
    Richard Place | Lead Partner, Cloud Services, SHI International
    Danger Ahead: Why File Sync is NOT Endpoint Backup
    Andrew Renz | Lead Partner, Cloud Services, Code 42
    Delivering Desktop-as-a-Service (Project Avalon)
    Joe Vaccaro | Director, Project Management, Citrix Systems
    Driving Customer Advantage via the Cloud
    Mike Capone | Chief Information Officer, ADP
    DR to the Cloud: How HOSTING Cloud Replication Can Turn Disaster Recovery into DRaaS
    Matt Ferrari | CTO, HOSTING.com
    How To Use Google Apps Script
    Arun Nagarajan | Senior Developer Advocate, Google

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    Cloud Management

    Cloud Without the Management Headaches
    Ed Conzel | Director of Product Management, Open Source Cloud, Dell
    Lessons Learned Managing Large AWS Environments
    Ronald Bradford | Founder & CEO, Effective MySQL
    See Inside Your Cloud
    David Reoch | Sr. Director of Cloud Solutions, Gigamon

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    Cloud Security

    Aligning Your Cloud Security with the Business: A 12-Step Framework
    Omar Khawaja | Global Principal, Security Solutions, Verizon Terremark
    API Security, Does My Business Need an OAuth Server?
    Alistair Farquharson | CTO, SOA Software
    IaaS & Shadow-IT: Make Sure Security Isn't An Afterthought
    Swaroop Sayeram | Group Manager, Datacenter & Server Security, McAfee
    Is Cloud Safer Than Your Traditional Datacenter?
    Rishi Bhargava | VP, Datacenter and Server Security Group, McAfee

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    Cloud Storage

    Basics of SSD Technology and its use in Cloud
    Mark Jackson | Product Marketing Engineer,, Intel


    Charles Anyimi | Applications Engineering Data Center Manager, Intel

    Big Data into a Small Storage Package with Cloud Storage
    Nicos Vekiarides | CEO, TwinStrata
    Environmental Pressures Driving an Evolution in File Storage
    Jeff Lundberg | Sr. PM Manager File, Content and Cloud, Hitachi Data Systems
    Flash Memory Can Be Primary Storage for the Cloud…Now
    Rado Danilak | CEO, Skyera
    Optimizing SSD Performance for the Cloud OSV Environment
    Tahmid Rahman | Applications Engineer, Intel
    Lowering Storage TCO: Understanding SSD Technology to Avoid the Rip-and-Replace Game
    Esther Spanjer | Director of SSD Technical Marketing, SMART Storage Systems
    Maximizing the Small Things: Efficiencies for Cloud Hardware
    Edwin Lam | Senior FA Engineer, Innodisk Corp

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    Daily Keynotes

    Convergence & Interoperability Will Define Next-Generation Cloud Architectures
    Dr. Daniel Sabbah | CTO & General Manager, Next Generation Platform, IBM Corp
    Go Beyond IaaS to Deliver "Anything As a Service"
    Sheng Liang | CTO Cloud Platforms Group, Citrix Systems
    How CIOs are Transforming to the Cloud – Lessons From the Real World
    Krishna Subramanian | VP, Citrix Systems

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    Database-as-a-Service

    Best Practices for Providing Oracle DBaaS with a Private Cloud
    Sandra Cheevers | Principal Cloud Product Director, Oracle

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    Enterprise Cloud Computing

    Clouds Unchained – How Enterprises Will Seek a Better Network to the Cloud
    Jelle Frank van der Zwet | Global Marketing Manager, Interxion
    Fast-Track Your Transformation to Enterprise Private Cloud
    Anand Akela | Sr. Principal Product Director, Oracle
    Move to the Cloud and Modernize in One Step
    Greg O'Connor | President & CEO, AppZero
    Rethink IT and Reinvent Business with IBM SmartCloud
    Craig Sowell | Vice President, IBM SmartCloud
    Time to Mission @ the Speed of Cloud
    Jill Tummler Singer | CEO, Tummler Singer Associates
    When Cloud Meets Enterprise — Building Clouds for Complex IT Environments
    Paul Rogers | Chief Development Officer, GE Software

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    Hadoop

    The Big Challenge of Big Data & Hadoop Integration
    Cédric Carbone | CTO, Talend
    Getting the Most from Hadoop Development and Real-Time Dedicated Clusters
    Christian Black | Data Center Solutions Architect, Intel
    Launching Hadoop into the Cloud in Three Clicks
    Paul Speciale | CMO, Appcara
    Making your Hadoop Jobs faster – when APM meets BigData
    Michael Kopp | Technology Strategist, Compuware

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    Hot Topics

    Anatomy of an Internet Scale Application
    Phil Jackson | Development Community Advocate, SoftLayer
    Building the Case for a Cloud-Based Government
    Majed Saadi | Director, Cloud Computing Practice, SRA International
    Calculating the True Value of Industry-Specific Clouds
    David Linthicum | SVP, Cloud Technology Partners
    CEO Insider: Overcoming Cloud Barriers
    Rob LaMear IV | CEO & Founder, Fpweb.net
    Environmental Pressures Driving an Evolution in File Storage
    Jeff Lundberg | Sr. PM Manager File, Content and Cloud, Hitachi Data Systems
    Evolving Cloud Computing Models: Comparing Public Virtual, Bare Metal and Private Clouds
    Duke Skarda | CTO, SoftLayer
    Interconnected Machines and the Future of Energy
    Paul Rogers | Chief Development Officer, GE Software
    License Management: Now What?
    Erik Iversen | Software Asset Management Team Leader, SHI International
    Managing Legal Risks in Cloud Computing
    Dan Pepper | Managing Member, Pepper Law Group, LLC
    Move to the Cloud and Modernize in One Step
    Greg O'Connor | President & CEO, AppZero
    Patterns to Bring Enterprise and Social Identity to the Cloud
    K. Scott Morrison | CTO, Layer 7 Technologies
    Requirements of a Cloud Database
    Barry Morris | Co-Founder & CEO, NuoDB
    Social Marketing in the Cloud
    Jennifer Phillips | Discipline Lead, Marketing Cloud Consulting Services, CoreMatrix

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    Hybrid Cloud

    Deploying Hybrid Cloud for Performance and Uptime
    Ed Laczynski | VP of Cloud Strategy & Architecture, Datapipe
    Private Cloud, Public Cloud - Is There a Third Option?
    Richard Hand | Cloud Architect, INetU Managed Hosting

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    Infrastructure-as-a-Service

    Developing the World's First IaaS Marketplace
    Ruediger Baumann | CEO, Zimory
    IaaS & Shadow-IT: Make Sure Security Isn't An Afterthought
    Swaroop Sayeram | Group Manager, Datacenter & Server Security, McAfee

    Back To Top

    OpenStack

    Big Data on OpenStack
    Nati Shalom | Founder & CTO, GigaSpaces
    Convergence & Interoperability Will Define Next-Generation Cloud Architectures
    Dr. Daniel Sabbah | CTO & General Manager, Next Generation Platform, IBM Corp
    The Promise of an End-To-End SDN Solution: Can It Be Done?
    Eli Karpilovski | Manager, Cloud Market Development, Mellanox Technologies

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    Performance

    Accelerating Cloud Computing with Intel Solid-State Drive Technology
    Radhika Subramanian | Applications Engineer, Intel



    Chuck Brown | Data Center SSD Product Line Manager, Intel

    Dependencies Gone Wild: Testing Cloud Applications
    Wayne Ariola | VP of Strategy and Corporate Development, Parasoft
    Deploying Hybrid Cloud for Performance and Uptime
    Ed Laczynski | VP of Cloud Strategy & Architecture, Datapipe

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    Private Cloud

    Private Cloud Planning and Design: From Application to Infrastructure
    Kedar Poduri | Director of Product Management, Cloud Platform Group, Citrix Systems

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    Real-World Cloud Deployments

    How Private Cloud Works in Real Life: Deployment Examples
    Brian Patrick Donaghy | CEO , Appcore

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    SDN & Networking Innovations

    Clouds Unchained – How Enterprises Will Seek a Better Network to the Cloud
    Jelle Frank van der Zwet | Global Marketing Manager, Interxion
    Flash Storage and Networking Innovations for Cloud Computing
    Jamon Bowen | TM Manager, Accelerated Solutions Division, LSI Corporation
    Network Transformation = High-Performance Cloud Enablement
    Mark Casey | President & CEO, CFN Services
    OpenFlow is SDN Yet SDN is Not Only OpenFlow
    Patrick Kerpan | CEO & Co-Founder, CohesiveFT
    The Promise of an End-To-End SDN Solution: Can It Be Done?
    Eli Karpilovski | Manager, Cloud Market Development, Mellanox Technologies

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    Virtualization

    Network XenServer in Datacenters of the Future
    Tim Mackey | XenServer Evangelist, Citrix Systems

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    Delegates entering the packed show floor at the 11th Cloud Expo in Santa Clara, CA
    11th Cloud Expo - Attendees filled the keynote room at the Santa Clara Convention Center

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    Jeremy Geelan is Chairman & CEO of the 21st Century Internet Group, Inc. and an Executive Academy Member of the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences. Formerly he was President & COO at Cloud Expo, Inc. and Conference Chair of the worldwide Cloud Expo series. He appears regularly at conferences and trade shows, speaking to technology audiences across six continents. You can follow him on twitter: @jg21.

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