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It’s been an interesting summer for our friends in Europe. The steady dribble of leaks about the capabilities of the U.S. National Security Agency come at an inopportune time for those thinking about putting more and more of their computing needs in the hands of U.S.-based cloud vendors and service providers. Yet nonetheless, the appeal of the cloud era is just as strong in Europe as it is stateside, and businesses big and small are hungry for more information about how they can count on someone else to handle the heavy lifting required by modern computing.
Amid this backdrop, we’ll be in London Wednesday and Thursday with for Structure:Europe, our cloud franchise’s appearance second appearance outside the U.S. A lot of great speakers are on tap: We’ll hear insights from industry leaders building new cloud-based infrastructure such Facebook’s (s fb) Frank Frankovsky, Google’s (s goog) Barak Regev, and Rackspace’s (s rax) Nigel Beighton. We’ll hear how established server vendors like Hewlett-Packard (s hpq) and Dell (s dell) are adapting to this new world as young and hungry startups try to make a name for themselves in the LaunchPad competition. And, of course, we’ll discuss the revelations Edward Snowden has brought the world in a panel discussion on the post-PRISM era.
We’ll update this page with all our coverage from the two days of Structure:Europe, and a link to the livestream of the event can be found here. You can also follow us on Twitter (@gigaom) and share your thoughts with fellow conference attendees using #structureeurope as your hashtag.
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- How Microsoft is learning from building computing at scale
- Clouds and nebulas: How the European Space Agency is using the cloud for research
- Q: Can you have a secure cloud? A: It’s complicated
- Hosting providers of the world, unite! Well, on second thought …
- Facebook’s data centers are pioneering open source hardware
- A “cloudnostic” future
- Rackspace VP: These are the 5 most important tools for IaaS
- Are internet companies easy targets for the green movement?
- Hey, CIOs: In a BYOD world, your new job is service provider
- When data lakes become landfills: how to avoid drowning in surplus information
- In post-PRISM world, how much does Europe’s cloud industry stand to gain?
- DevOps experts: Small teams, communication are key
- Hadoop is like a puppy: free, but with hidden costs
- Google: Livestreaming of record-breaking skydive used a quarter of the world’s bandwidth
- Attacking CERN’s big data problem
- WordPress was built to be global scale from the beginning, says Mullenweg
- Car companies are now cloud companies: BMW to have 10M connected cars in 5 years
- Dumbing down or smartening up — which is the bigger opportunity for big data?
- How to beat AWS: Be cheaper, personalized and free of the PATRIOT Act
- Building vs. buying: How Netflix streams 114,000 years of video every month
- Why HP chose OpenStack for its cloud service
- Addictive metrics: The secret to driving your business with analytics
- How the core of the internet has changed from data to content
- How your company can start using data: Think small and internal first
- Why the internet of things is moving from industry to consumers sooner than you think
- Ericsson CTO: For mobile networks to keep up, they need to embrace the cloud
- Lessons from the trenches: Joyent co-founder on current opportunities in the cloud
- How businesses grapple with implementing the cloud
- If cloud is the next oil, then how do you trade it?
- Import.io wins the Structure:Europe 2013 Launchpad