DMTF

Distributed Management Task Force, Inc.

BrightTALK Cloud Security Summit

September 30, 2009

Cloud computing, with its myriad architectures and public and private options has raised a number of security and compliance issues, often considered barriers for implementation. At this summit, industry leaders will dive into the different security options available across multiple cloud architectures, and case studies and association presentations will further illustrate the security issues facing the cloud today.

Key Speakers:

  • Abolfazl Sirjani, DMTF
  • Lee Newcombe, Capgemini
  • Jim Reavis, Cloud Security Alliance
  • Miranda Mowbray, HP
  • Ibrahim Hassan, IBA
  • Tanya Forseit, InfoSec Compliance LLC
  • Jason Hoffman, Joyent
  • Markus Krauss, Novell
  • Tim Matthews, PGP
  • Glenn Brunette, Sun
  • Jim Hietala, The Open Group
  • Raimund Genes, Trend Micro Enterprise
  • Rob Randell, VMware

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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.
 

Date(s): 
Wed, 2009-09-30

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