After three years of phenomenal growth in Silicon Valley, Cloud Connect is expanding its buzzing expo hall, quality educational conference sessions, and cut-through-the-hype keynotes to the Windy City. Home to Fortune 500 companies and scrappy startups alike, Chicago is an up-and-coming leader in the cloud computing world. At Cloud Connect Chicago 2012, we’ll cover
• Cloud Economics
• Data & Storage
• DevOps & Automation
• Performance and Monitoring
• Private vs. Public Clouds
Our first Cloud Connect Chicago event will attract 1,000-plus key executives, developers and IT decision makers and influencers from across the country. Reach these purchasers as a Cloud Connect exhibitor or sponsor:
• Demonstrate thought leadership and evangelize cloud solutions
• Generate leads with active buyers of cloud technologies
• Develop business relationships with partners
Cloud Connect Chicago 2012 will be held just outside the bustling metropolis of Chicago at the Hyatt Regency O’Hare in Rosemont, Illinois from September 10-13, 2012.
9300 Bryn Mawr Avenue
Rosemont, IL 60018
In a just a few year’s time, cloud computing has moved from the realm of novelty to what industry analyst call the major growth industry for the next decade. Companies of all sizes and types rely on this computing infrastructure to increase efficiency, scale more easily, and lower costs.
Private clouds can maximize the usage of infrastructure and slash the time it takes to test and deploy new applications. Public clouds are tearing down barriers to entry across industries, and making massive, million-user, real-time services possible.
But the aging applications on which enterprises are built won’t go gently into the cloud. They’ll need to be torn apart and rebuilt, architected for a world in which components are assumed to fail and workloads can spike and shrink in an instant.
At Cloud Connect Chicago 2012, we’ll look at how to transform many of our internal applications—and launch new ones—rewriting them to take advantage of the cloud opportunity. In the process, we’ll be rewriting the rules of our businesses, and ultimately, the industries in which we compete.