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Cloud Computing Event in Hyderabad: Asian market is ripe!


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Emerging paradigms for software products/solutions

August 23, 2008, 10am, @ Google, Hyderabad

Experts from Hyderabad, Bangalore, and US will share their perspectives and experiences with Virtualization, SaaS and PaaS. Sessions will include cloud evolution, infrastructure & tools, design patterns and case studies.

Cloud Evolution
An overview of SaaS Infrastructure, Platforms, applications and
tools options.

Infrastructure & tools
An introduction to infrastructures on which cloud computing runs:
Google Application Engine, Process Factory, and Microsoft Live Mesh.

Design Patterns
An introduction to frameworks which provide tools to create and deploy applications: SQL abstraction on Web-based SaaS solutions.

Case Studies
A presentation on the business applications used for the personal or business productivity: Case Study on re-engineering a financial solution for SaaS.

Speakers: Jinesh Varia (Evangelist-Amazon(USA)), Prof.Vasudeva
Varma(IIIT-Hyderabad), and senior architects from Progress Software, Google, Cordys, Microsoft, Pramati,Infosys and 3i-Infotech.

Event Coordinator: Ramesh Loganathan, MD Progress Software.


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