Nebula: Computing, evolved.
Thursday, June 6, 2013 from 9:45 AM to 12:00 PM (PDT)
Welcome to the future of enterprise computing.
OpenStack, the fastest-growing open source project in history, is putting the power of infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) into the hands of any enterprise, anywhere. OpenStack is powering some of the world’s largest cloud applications at the NSA and CERN, is powering next generation applications at Comcast, XEROX PARC, and Paypal, and is the basis of cloud strategies from IBM, HP, and Dell. At this special event, former NASA CTO, OpenStack co-founder, and Nebula CEO Chris C. Kemp will speak to attendees about what the future holds for cloud computing.
Developing applications for the cloud
Applications deployed on cloud infrastructures can often benefit from higher levels of performance, scalability, and cost-efficiency. Nebula Principal Engineer and mathematician Ben Mankin, Ph.D will discuss the types of applications that are optimally run in the
cloud (and those that don’t), how to design applications to take advantage of cloud, cloud development best practices, and provide an overview of commercial and open source cloud- native applications that you can use today on the Amazon Web Services public cloud service or Nebula private cloud system.
See the Nebula One: The world’s first cloud computer
The event will conclude with a live demonstration of the world’s first cloud computer: the Nebula One. Nebula One is a turnkey system for deploying infrastructure-as-a-service that uses certified industry-standard servers from vendors including IBM, Dell, and HP. In this live demo,
you will see how the Nebula One enables users can take advantage of the system’s self-service dashboard to instantly provision compute, network, and storage resources on the world’s most secure, easiest to implement, OpenStack- based private cloud system.
When & Where
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