THINK Cloud Vendors - London, UK

Tuesday, 9 December, 2014 - 09:00

THINK Cloud Vendors is a one day conference on Tuesday 9th December 2014, that examines the opportunities on offer to those participating in the G-Cloud framework, highlighting the challenges faced and promoting effective strategies for the supplier community when selling cloud services to the Public Sector. Delegates will benefit from the actual experiences of peer organisations that already successfully use the G-Cloud framework; they will hear from public sector buyers about what they look for in potential

UCC 2014

Monday, 8 December, 2014 - 09:00

Cloud Computing promises to deliver computational resources on demand as services that are commoditised and delivered as in traditional utilities such as electricity, gas, water and telephony. High Utility with Cloud services can already be achieved for compute, storage and communication resources but also for hosted software and data.

OpenNebulaConf 2014

Tuesday, 2 December, 2014 - 09:00

The Conference will serve as a meeting point for OpenNebula cloud users, developers, administrators, builders, integrators and researchers and a unique opportunity for discussion and collaboration with other projects.

Cloud essentials: the deep dive

Thursday, 20 November, 2014 - 08:30

A technical workshop that will investigate the theory behind the technology. Learn more about cloud architecture and moving from a physical infrastructure to cloud.

Cloud essentials: the basics

Thursday, 13 November, 2014 - 16:00

Moving to the cloud is easier than you think. Come and join us to discuss the basics of migrating your current environment onto a cloud infrastructure.

Cloud Computing Standards and Interoperability: How to avoid lock-in in a cloud environment

Thursday, 13 November, 2014 - 15:00

The European Committee for Interoperable Systems invites you to its annual symposium, this year presenting its white paper on the benefits of standards and interoperability among cloud providers, which is intended to help users avoid being locked into a single vendor.
The paper looks at the way the architecture of the cloud evolved and how governments and enterprises can assess to what degree proprietary approaches are used, which can make it difficult or expensive to move to a competitor.