Management Developers Conference (MDC) 2011
Management Developers Conference
San Mateo Marriott
1770 South Amphlett Blvd · San Mateo, California 94402 USA
Save the Date! MDC 2011
The Management Developers Conference is your chance to get the inside track on developing and deploying enterprise management solutions. Learn from DMTF Members and industry experts who have helped create and/or have in-depth real world development experience with the best management technologies available today. All conference long, in presentations and demos, and at special events, you'll find DMTF industry and technical experts available and eager to answer questions about any of the management technologies you are developing.
Who should attend?
Everyone that is interested in or actively developing Standards based Management Technologies including: commercial developers, in-house developers, scripters, IT Managers, Systems Administrators, Scientist, Researchers, and others.
Accelerate your learning curve with exciting and educational sessions designed to ensure you get a tremendous amount of valuable information and advice.
Hands on Sessions
Bring your laptop to code along as our engineers lead in these practical, "how to" sessions. Learn Tips, Tricks and Techniques for developing and deploying enterprise management solutions including CIM, CDM, WBEM, DASH, SMASH, SMI, Virtualization Management, WS-MAN and more
Get the technical information and guidance you need to make the most of the management technologies for your projects. Delivered by industry and technical experts, these presentations provide in-depth coverage of development topics, followed by Q&A with the speakers.
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|Early Registration ends on September 20, 2011! Click here to register and take advantage of these early discounted rates.|
Call for Presentations
MDC encourages participation by individuals and organizations with standards, research or practical experience for standards-based management, including government and commercial users, universities, research laboratories, and early adopters.
As a Management Developers Conference presenter, you'll benefit from the prestige and visibility associated with participating in this year's highly anticipated conference program. Management Developers Conference is now accepting abstracts for the November 2011 conference program. Individuals interested in presenting need to submit their abstract by Friday, July 15, 2011 for consideration.
Click here to learn more about the MDC call for presentations.
MDC Update & Footage
Title: Cloud Complications - Keys to Adoption and Advancement
Overview: In this mashup of video interviews, presenters from a mix of vendors and associations discuss why cloud is such a dramatic paradigm change, what will drive its adoption, and what vendors and users need to be wary of. Tune in to hear them address questions including:
- What's the conversation in the board room as you're trying to get cloud budget?
- Is cloud computing better for some organizations than others?
- Which questions should you have asked your vendors while doing research?
- How do you avoid "vendor lock-in" and do you need a cloud exit strategy?
- Does interoperability lead to commoditization of cloud services?
- What should vendors do to push the cloud forward? How will it change?
- What do we have to look forward to and what should we brace ourselves for?
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