Summary:

At Structure 2011, hear from top executives from leading companies and the most innovative minds building the next-generation of the cloud. Find out where cloud services are headed and how they’ll affect everything from application development to data center design.

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The Structure 2011 program is nearly complete. The fourth edition of Our annual cloud computing conference will be held on June 22 and June 23 at Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco. ( If you register by May 21, you save $200.)

The speaker lineup will feature top executives from leading companies and the most innovative minds building the next generation of the cloud. Speakers include:

  • Werner Vogels of Amazon
  • John Stankey of AT&T
  • Paul Maritz of VMware
  • Jonathan Heiliger of Facebook
  • Teresa Lunt of PARC
  • Jason Hoffman of Joyent
  • Marten Mickos of Eucalyptus Systems
  • Simon Crosby of Citrix Systems
  • Pradeep Sindhu of Juniper Networks
  • Lew Tucker of Cisco
  • Lew Moorman of Rackspace Hosting

See the full speaker list here.

Select topics to be covered include:

  • Private and Mobile Clouds. A look at the infrastructural requirements needed for implementation.
  • Content-centric Networking. How applications and services can be designed to deliver content for a much lower cost.
  • What the Enterprise Can Learn from Webscale. A guru panel featuring experts who push the boundaries of cloud computing everyday.
  • Cloud Storage Innovation. Will businesses move their primary data into the cloud? Can the cloud handle the potential pitfalls?
  • Cloud Databases. A look at the new database-as-a-service offerings. What are the challenges of managing data in a cloud environment?
  • Data Privacy in the Cloud. Is cloud-based data entitled to Fourth Amendment protection? What will it take to protect the stakeholders?
  • PaaS Potholes Ahead? What does the PaaS of tomorrow look like and what pitfalls lie ahead for developers building a business on one of these platforms?

Take a look at the schedule here.  Register by May 21 and save $200.

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