Are You Ready for Structure 2010?


How quickly time flies — just like that, a whole year has gone by and we’re once again in the homestretch of preparations for our web infrastructure and cloud computing conference, Structure. In this third year of the event, we have expanded it to two days in order to accommodate an even more diverse range of topics. What he have not changed is the location — the UCSF Mission Bay Conference Center in San Francisco is where we’ll meet on June 23rd and 24th. (To buy tickets, click here.)

We’re going to be hosting an all star line-up to talk about, among other things, the future of cloud computing, the changing role of virutalization, the new new networks, the growing importance of big data and most importantly, how it all impacts business. As always, we strive to curate an editorial event that’s focused on some of the issues we believe will become industry talking points over the next few years. In order to do that, we invite the best and the brightest to share their insights.

This year will see keynotes delivered by Paul Maritz, CEO of VMware; Werner Vogels, CTO of Amazon; and Erich Clementi, head of IBM’s cloud efforts. Dr. Donald Ferguson, CTO of CA Techologies, is going to discuss its transformation into a cloud company and where it’s headed next. And Harel Kodesh, president of EMC’s cloud infrastructure business, will talk about the impact that company’s moves will have on cloud storage.

And then there is the indomitable Marc Benioff, founder and CEO of Salesforce, who returns this year to talk about how he believes the software market will evolve in this new cloud-centric world. And last but not the least, we will be joined by Paul Sagan, CEO of Akamai, who will discuss the future of application delivery in the cloud.

But that’s not all — we continue to add more speakers each week. Check out the complete list of speakers and the conference schedule, and go here to get your tickets before they sell out.

Hope to see you all in June!

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