Taking Advantage of Open Cloud Computing

Jason Waxman, Intel, General Manager, Cloud Infrastructure Group & James Staten,Forrester, Vice President & Principal Analyst
Join Intel Cloud Infrastructure Group GM Jason Waxman and Forrester VP and Principle Analyst James Staten discuss the trends, key players, opportunities and how to specifically take advantage of an open cloud computing approach to address key challenges today. They will explore how to build upon IP that others are sharing, advances in open source cloud, open standards development, the Open Compute Project, and much more followed by a question and answer session!
Jan 25 2012
60 mins
Taking Advantage of Open Cloud Computing
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