BrightTALK Cloud Security Summit
Thursday, March 11, 2010
Join a great lineup of thought leaders & industry professionals at BrightTALK’s free, online Cloud Security Summit on March 11th. The live, vendor-neutral, interactive webcasts will feature the risks within cloud computing, the barriers to adoption, ways to mitigate these risks and look into predictions regarding the direction of secure clouds.
- Becky Pinkard, Barclays Bank
- Lee Newcombe, Capgemini
- Abolfazl Sirjani, Citrix Standards, DMTF
- Jim Reavis, Cloud Security Alliance
- Jonathan Armstrong, Duane Morris LLP
- Archie Reed, HP
- Andrew Yeomans, Jericho Forum
Review the schedule and register to attend any or all of the free summit webcasts here.
You will be able to attend any or all of the presentations in this complimentary summit, submit real-time questions to presenters, and vote in audience polls. If you are unable to attend the webcasts live, you can view them afterwards on-demand.
Register for the live online event!
Title: Accelerating Cloud Adoption Using Virtualization Management Standards
Abstract: Virtualization technology enables IT personnel to respond to business needs more rapidly with lower cost and improved operational efficiencies. At the same time, interoperability and portability of applications are key for organizations that have purchased virtualization platforms from more than one vendor or want to take advantage of cloud service offerings.
In this session we will discuss how existing DMTF standards enables workload interoperability across different virtualization technologies and enable unified management of such environments. We will also discuss DMTF's Open Cloud Standards Incubator and explain how DMTF virtualization standards can be utilized to achieve interoperability between private clouds within enterprises and hosted or public cloud providers.
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