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Cloud services for content at the edge
22 September 2011
George E. Pake Auditorium, PARC
Cloud greatly expands the scope of how computing solutions can be designed and deployed, and cloud computing offers a service oriented approach for both delivering and consuming IT.
A dizzying array of private, public, and hybrid cloud solutions have now been successfully proven. But the key for cloud success is to architect a solution that fits the context of specific objectives and constraints.
In this technology-oriented but not overly technical presentation, Kurt will highlight a variety of basic cloud strategies and key concepts, illustrated with case studies from well-known companies including content at the edge.
Kurt Milne's expertise includes IT service management and IT controls, inventory, and supply chain management, and computer integrated manufacturing. He has over 20 years experience in various marketing management, alliance management, and engineering positions at leading technology companies. Kurt has led six major research studies and is responsible for overall IT Process Institute operations.
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