US Government Driven Cloud Computing Standards

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Lee Badger, NIST; Mark Johnson, DMTF; Mark Carlson, SNIA; Becky Swain, CSPO Cisco; Winston Bumpus, DMTF

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This session will look at the use cases developed by the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in collaboration with the public to drive interoperability, portability and security of cloud computing. A panel of key representatives from NIST as well as several industry standards organizations, including the DMTF, SNIA and the Cloud Security Alliance will discuss their work as it pertains to these use cases. The discussion will cover portable workloads and standardized interfaces for cloud computing. The goal of cloud standards is to improve cloud consumer agility and define a set of architectural semantics that unify the interoperable management of workloads and resources between enterprises of all sizes and cloud computing infrastructures. Panelists: Lee Badger, Computer Scientist, NIST Mark Johnson, Co-Chair, DMTF Cloud Management Working Group Mark Carlson, Vice Chair, SNIA Cloud Storage Initiative Becky Swain, Risk & Compliance Mgmt, Corporate Security Programs Organization (CSPO), Cisco Moderator: Winston Bumpus, President, DMTF

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The DMTF is an industry standards organization working to simplify the manageability of network-accessible technologies through open and collaborative efforts by leading technology companies. DMTF creates and drives the international adoption of interoperable management standards, supporting implementations that enable the management of diverse traditional and emerging technologies including cloud, virtualization, network and infrastructure. The organization spans the globe with member companies and alliance partners from varied industry sectors, led by a board of directors from Broadcom Corporation; CA Technologies; Dell; Emerson Network Power; Hitachi, Ltd.; HPE; Intel Corporation; Lenovo; Microsoft Corporation; NetApp; Software AG; TIM and VMware, Inc.