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The "Summer of Cloud Computing" Begins Today in New York

Cloud Expo NY has company participation from every level of the cloud computing ecosystem & a non-stop, 4-day technical program



Today, Monday June 6, when the doors to Cloud Expo New York (June 6-9) open at the Jacob Javits Center, IT infrastructure and operations professionals from around the world will be able to see with their own eyes that the "Summer of Cloud Computing" has well and truly begun.

With company participation from every level of the cloud computing ecosystem and a non-stop, 4-day technical program, Cloud Expo New York features expert speakers from every top Cloud player, including Abiquo, Amazon, Amplidata, AppZero, Aprimo, AT&T, Backupify, CA Technologies, Capgemini, Cbeyond, CiRBA, Cisco, City of Portland, CloudCamp.org, Cloud.com, Cloud9, CloudSwitch, CodeFutures, Dell, Dell Boomi, Desktone, Eucalyptus Systems, FastIgnite, Fiorano, Full360, Fusion-io, Global Digital Forensics, GoGrid, Google, HP, HyTrust, IBM, Intel, iGATE Patni, Impetus, Interactive Intelligence, Interxion, KPMG, Kuppinger Cole, Layered Technologies, Layer7, LogLogic, McAfee, Microsoft, MIT, Monster.com, Mycroft, National Reconnaissance Office, NetDialog, The New York Times, NJVC, NYSERDA, OpSource, Oracle, OutSystems, OxygenCloud, Parabon, PayPal, PerspecSys, Ping Identity, Pitney Bowes, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Quest Software, Racemi, Rackspace, Red Hat, RightScale, Rise Partners, Riverbed Technology, Robust Cloud, Roundarch, Servoy, SnapAppointments, Spoon, Stoneware, Sybase, Telx, 1010data, Terremark, Trend Micro, UShareSoft, Virtela, VMware, Voxel, WidePoint, Xiotech, Yahoo!, Zapthink, Zetta and Zeus Technology.

On the Expo Floor, with over 100 booths, leading technology solutions providers will be showcasing a welter of technologies aimed at making cloud computing reliable, stable and manageable for customers large and small.

The quality of the speakers is best evidenced by the fact that they include:

  • Co-Founder and CTO of Dell Boomi - Rick Nucci
  • President of Dell Services - Steve Schuckenbrock
  • CEO of Abiquo - Pete Malcolm
  • CEO & Co-Founder at RightScale - Michael Crandell
  • General Manager in Intel's Data Center Group - Jason Waxman
  • Sr. VP of the Application Platform Division at VMware - Rod Johnson
  • CTO of Rackspace - John Engates
  • CEO of Backupify - Rob May
  • CEO & Founder of GoGrid - John Keagy
  • CTO of Worldwide Services at Microsoft - Norm Judah
  • Group VP of Software Cloud Strategy for Oracle Fusion Applications - Chris Leone
  • VP of Global Cloud Computing at Yahoo! - Todd Papaioannou
  • Technology Evangelist at Amazon - Jinesh Varia
  • Developer Advocate at Google - Chris Schalk
  • Sr. Software Engineer at IBM - Doug Tidwell
  • Director, Cloud Global Practice at HP Enterprise Business - Marc Wilkinson
  • CIO of the National Reconnaissance Office - Jill T. Singer
  • CTO at PayPal - Scott Guilfoyle
  • CTO & Co-Founder of Eucalyptus Systems - Rich Wolski
  • Sr. Director of Cloud Platforms at Red Hat - Tobias Kunze
  • Co-Founder & CEO at OpSource - Treb Ryan
  • VP, Cloud Services at Terremark - Bill Lowry
  • CEO of FastIgnite - Simeon Simeonov
  • CTO & Co-founder of UShareSoft - James Weir
  • Advisor Lean IT & Cloud Computing at CA Technologies - Gregor Petri
  • Distinguished System Engineer at Cisco - Jim French
  • Sr. Mgr. of SaaS Products & Cloud Solutions at HP - Neil Ashizawa
  • CTO McAfee Content & Cloud at McAfee - Scott Chasi
  • Business Development Director at Oracle - Arturo Pereyra
  • Co-Founder of CloudCamp - Dave Nielsen
  • Director at KPMG - Bhargav Shah
  • Sr. VP of CRM at Oracle - Anthony Lye
  • CTO & Chief Architect at Layer 7 Technologies - K. Scott Morrison
  • Partner Engineering Consultant at Spoon - Lee Murphy
  • CTO of Sybase - Irfan Khan
  • CTO of Vordel - Mark O'Neill
  • CEO of AppZero - Greg O'Connor
  • Founder & CEO of Oxygen Cloud - Peter Chang
  • VP of Cloud Architecture & Services at Virtela - Ron Haigh
  • Co-Founder & CEO of Fusion-io - David Flynn
  • Co-Founder of The Rackspace Cloud - Rackspace
  • President at Layered Technologies - Brad Hokamp
  • SVP of Facilities Engineering at Terremark - Ben Stewart
  • Founder/CTO of PerspecSys - Terry Woloszyn
  • CISO for the City of Portland - Logan Kleier
  • Co-Founder & CTO of Ajax.org - Rik Arends
  • Engineering Fellow with NJVC - Kevin Jackson
  • Founder & CEO of Parabon Computation - Steve Armentrout
  • Managing Partner at ZapThink - Jason Bloomberg
  • Sr. Sales Engineer at Eucalyptus Systems - Paul Weiss
  • CEO of Servoy - Jan Aleman
  • Founder & CEO of Voxel - Raj Dutt
  • VP of Product Marketing at Oracle - Rex Wang
  • Global Director for Global Application Outsourcing at Capgemini - Mark Skilton
  • CTO at Ping Identity - Patrick Harding
  • Corporate Business Development at Zeus Technology - Raja Srinivasan
  • Technical Leader in the Office of the CTO at Riverbed Technology - Steve Riley
  • Product Development Lead at Rackspace - Josh Odom
  • Co-Founder, CEO & CTO at Stoneware - Rick German
  • VP of Community at Cloud.com - Mark Hinkle
  • Software Manager at The New York Times - Paul Robbins
  • Chief Solution Architect at Desktone - Danny Allan
  • Director of Advanced Technology & Products for Quest Software - Thomas Bryant
  • Director at PricewaterhouseCoopers - Brian Butte
  • Java EE and GlassFish Evangelist at Oracle - Arun Gupta
  • President & Co-Founder of HyTrust - Eric Chiu
  • CTO & SVP, Operations at OpSource - John Rowell
  • Co-Founder of KuppingerCole - Tim Cole
  • Product Manager in the Cloud Division at Rackspace Hosting - Megan Wohlford
  • Communications Director at Interxion - Jelle Frank
  • Co-Founder of 1Plug Corporation - Penelope Everall Gordon
  • Founder at SnapAppointments - Cody Harris
  • Co-Founder of CiRBA - Andrew Hillier
  • Co-Founder of SnapAppointments - Brock Holzer
  • Director of Integration Solutions for Aprimo - Amelia Ross
  • Executive VP at LogLogic - Bill Roth
  • VP Engineering at NetDialog - Tim Rühl
  • Developer, Web Services at JBoss/Red Hat - Anil Saldhana
  • Vice President, Products at Zetta - Chris Schin
  • CIO at Enterprise Business Partners - Pradip Sitaram
  • Sr. Director of Engineering and R&D at Impetus Technologies - Vineet Tyagi
  • 2011 Instructor at Cloud Computing Bootcamp - Larry Carvalho
  • Business Development Manager at Ajax.org - Lieke Arends
  • Founder & CTO of NetYce - Eric Yspeer

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Jeremy Geelan is Chairman & CEO of the 21st Century Internet Group, Inc. and an Executive Academy Member of the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences. Formerly he was President & COO at Cloud Expo, Inc. and Conference Chair of the worldwide Cloud Expo series. He appears regularly at conferences and trade shows, speaking to technology audiences across six continents. You can follow him on twitter: @jg21.

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