Following the wild success (1300+ attendees) of last year's conferences, we have now put together a third. With an epic lineup. How epic? This epic:
Keynotes by legendary BigTable and MapReduce designer Jeff Dean (http://research.google.com/people/jeff/), Sun & Arista founder Andy Bechtolsheim (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andy_Bechtolsheim), and former Yahoo CTO Raymie Stata (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Raymie_Stata). Talks from leading engineers from LinkedIn, Facebook, Google, and Netflix More talks from leading technologists and scientists from CERN, Percona, and Limelight Networks Full agenda at http://cloudtech3.com .
Excited? We bet! This conference will take place Oct. 6 in the Computer History Museum, from 9:30am to 6pm, for a discounted price of $99 per head. Registration is easy, right here on meetup.com.
We'd like to thank our sponsors for making this not only possible, but affordable to everyone. They are:
Apache CloudStack (http://cloudstack.org/), the open source cloud computing platform. VMware (http://www.vmware.com), build secure private clouds to deliver Infrastructure as a Service. Rackspace (http://rackspace.com/cloud/), the World's Leading Specialist in the Hosting and Cloud Computing Industry. DataStax (http://www.datastax.com), the Commercial Company behind Apache Cassandra™. HP (http://hp.com/go/cloudtalk), to learn more about HP’s cloud solutions, visit http://hp.com/go/cloudtalk . AWS (http://aws.amazon.com), pay-as-you-use cloud computing services for everyone. Canonical (http://www.canonical.com/), which drives Ubuntu’s success in cloud computing. Puppet Labs (http://puppetlabs.com/?svccg), which gives efficiency and insight to manage dynamic infrastructure. As well as lunch sponsors:
Xceedium (http://www.xceedium.com/en/index.php) General Catalyst (http://www.generalcatalyst.com/)