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Open Cloud Stackup 2015


When

Nov 03, 2015
7:00 pm - 9:30 pm


Where



Santa Clara, CA


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Open Cloud Stackup 2015

CloudCamp for OpenStack ("Stackup") @CloudExpo Nov 6, 2013


When

Nov 06, 2013
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm


Where

Santa Clara Convention Center
5101 Great America Parkway
Cypress Room (2nd Floor)


 

This CloudCamp is focused on the OpenStack ecosystem. The OpenStack Summit is happening in Hong Kong this week and this event is a way for CloudCampers to learn about what is happening in the OpenStack community. We invite you to propose session topics related to OpenStack (private, public & hybrid clouds) and other topics related to getting solutions to run on top of OpenStack.  

Note: Free Pass to Cloud Expo: All CloudCamp attendees will automatically receive a recomplimentary VIP Gold pass to Cloud Expo which is good for access to all sessions, all tracks, on all days. (note: VIP Gold passes do not include Lunch or CloudExpo's Cloud Computing Bootcamp). Your name & email will be provided to CloudExpo and you will have a badge waiting for in the CloudExpo registration system.

Location
Santa Clara Convention Center (map)
Room: Great American J 
5001 Great America Parkway 
Santa Clara, CA 95054

Schedule
5:30pm - Registration, Food & Networking 
6:00pm - Welcome, Thank yous & Introductions 
6:15pm - An update from OpenStack Summit Hong Kong 

  • First Look at Horizon - Openstack's new web based dashboard - by Dave Nielsen representing HP Cloud

6:45pm - Demos & Lightning Talks 

  • Demo: "Running Cloud Foundry apps on Openstack w/ Stackato" - by John Wetherill of ActiveState
  • Demo: "Mobile Apps on Openstack" - by Cathal McGloin of Feed Henry
  • Demo: "Network Virtualization on Openstack w/ OpenContrail" - by Parantap Lahiri of Juniper Networks
  • Demo: "Create your own distributed filesystem on OpenStack" - by Shrinand Javadekar of Maginatics
  • Demo: "Deploying an app on multiple OpenStack Clouds" by Renat of Altoros
  • Demo: "Running Tomcat & MongoDB on OpenStack" by Shay Hassidim of Gigaspaces
  • Demo: "Curvature: An interactive visualisation tool for OpenStack" by Alex Holden of Cisco
  • (to propose a demo or talk, email dave at cloudcamp.org) 

7:30pm - Prepare for unconference (solicit breakout topics, etc.) 
Breakout Sessions: 

  • High Availability & Disaster Recovery (HA/DR)

7:45pm - Breakout Sessions Begin 
8:30pm - Regroup and Summarize Sessions 
8:45pm - Closing Thoughts   
9:00pm - Drinks at the bar?

Tags:#CloudCamp #CloudExpo

Organizers
- Dave Nielsen of CloudCamp 
- Larry Carvalho of RobustCloud 

Interested in more CloudCamps? visit http://www.cloudcamp.org

Sponsors:

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CloudCamp Silicon Valley, June 17, 2013


When

Jun 17, 2013
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Where

Silicon Valley Innovation Center
3200 Coronado Drive


Location

Silicon Valley Innovation Center (link)
3200 Coronado Dr

Santa Clara, CA 94059

Schedule:

6:00pm - Registration, Food & Networking
6:30pm - Welcome, Thank yous & Introductions
6:45pm - Lightning Talks

  • "Letting Go. Transforming Ops in the cloud era" by Kurt Milne of VMware
  • "Continuous Delivery" by Dave Nielsen

7:15pm - Unpanel
7:45pm - Prepare for unconference (solicit breakout topics, etc.)
8:00pm - Breakout Sessions - One Round 
8:45pm - Breakout Sessions - One Two
9:30pm - Regroup and Summarize Sessions
9:45pm - Closing Thoughts  
10:00pm - After Party at TBD

Proposed Breakout sessions:

  • Deployment on OpenStack
  • Enterprise Cloud Challenges
  • DevOps on AWS
  • PaaS Options
  • What is Backend-as-a-Service
  • Hadoop Demo

Tags:

  • Twitter: #CloudCamp #velocityconf

Organizers:
- Dave Nielsen of CloudCamp

Interested in more CloudCamps? visit http://www.cloudcamp.org 

CloudCamp Silicon Valley @CloudCouncil Dec 11, 2012


When

Dec 11, 2012
5:30 pm - 8:45 pm


Where

Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport
1333 Bayshore Highway
Regency A, Lobby Level


Hello Campers,

You are invited to a special CloudCamp co-located with the OMG's Cloud Council
 

Location - Co-located after OMG Technical Meeting
Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport
Regency A, Lobby Level
1333 Bayshore Highway
Burlingame, CA 94010

Agenda - 
5:30 - 6:00 pm Registration & Networking
6:00 - 6:30 pm Welcome & Introductions
6:30 - 7:00 pm Lightning Talks
  • svDevOps - Top 5 Tips for Cotninuous Integration for testing Agile Infrastructure Management - Chin Fang of Zettar
  • Top Open Cloud Platforms (IaaS, PaaS, SDN, Data Center) - Dave Nielsen
  • Mobile PaaS (aka Backend-as-a-Service)
  • Big Data in Real Time
  • What is the Internet of Things - by Michael Koster
7:00 - 8:30 pm Breakout Sessions
8:30 pm Wrap-up
 

Organizer & Facilitator:
Dave Nielsen

 
A Special Thank You To Our Sponsors:

  
OMG 

Interested in more CloudCamps? visit http://www.cloudcamp.org 

 

CloudCamp ESL Nov 12, 2012


When

Nov 12, 2012
1:00 pm - 7:00 pm


Where

Fairmont Hotel
170 South Market Street


This CloudCamp is focused on the Enterprise. We invite you to propose topics related to private clouds, hybrid clouds, platform as a service and other issues Enterprises face when trying to adopt Cloud Computing to improve business outcomes.  The Bootcamp track being held with CloudExpo will feature a series of speakers who will present enterprise cloud adoption case studies.

Our first CloudCamp ESL ("English as a Second Language") is targeting business students, support and services professionals who want to learn about Cloud Computing to help thme in a selling, marketing or servicing Cloud Computing products. 

*Note: There are 2 billion speakers around the world. 

Location:
Fairmont Hotel 
170 South Market Street (map & directions)
San Jose, CA 95113

Schedule:
1:00 pm Registration
1:30 pm Welcome & Lightning Talks
2:30 pm Unpanel
3:30 pm Breakout Sessions
4:00 pm Coffee Break
4:15 pm Breakout Sessions
5:30 pm Breakout Sessions
6:30 pm Mixer

Organizer:
Linda Gil

 

Future CloudCamp ESL locations: Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston, Columbia, Equidor, Panama, Peru, Buenos Aires

POSTPONED - OpenCloudWeekend 2012


When

Nov 10, 2012 9:30 am -
Nov 11, 2012 5:00 pm


Where




OpenCloudWeekend has been POSTPONED

 

 

CloudCamp SV @CloudExpo Nov 7, 2012


When

Nov 07, 2012
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Where

Hyatt Regency (next to Santa Clara Convention Center)
5101 Great America Parkway
Cypress Room (2nd Floor)


This CloudCamp is focused on the Enterprise. We invite you to propose topics related to private clouds, hybrid clouds, platform as a service and other issues Enterprises face when trying to adopt Cloud Computing to improve business outcomes.  The Bootcamp track being held with CloudExpo will feature a series of speakers who will present enterprise cloud adoption case studies.

Free Pass to Cloud Expo: All CloudCamp attendees will automatically receive a recomplimentary VIP Gold pass which is good for access to all sessions, all tracks, on all days. (note: VIP Gold passes do not include Luncheons or CloudExpo's Cloud Computing Bootcamp). Your name & email will be provided to CloudExpo and you will have a badge waiting for in the CloudExpo registration system.

Location:
Hyatt Regency (next to Santa Clara Convention Center)
TBD
5101 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, CA 95054

This CloudCamp is focussed on Cloud Computing in the Enterprise. We invite you to propose topics (click here) discussing topics specifically related to business applications and other issues Enterprises face when trying to use Cloud Computing.

Free Pass to Cloud Expo:: All CloudCamp attendees will automatically receive a recomplimentary VIP Gold pass which is good for access to all sessions, all tracks, on all days. (note: VIP Gold passes do not include Luncheons or CloudExpo's Cloud Computing Bootcamp). Your name & email will be provided to CloudExpo and you will have a badge waiting for in the CloudExpo registration system.

Location
Hyatt Regency (next to Santa Clara Convention Center)
Cypress Room (upstairs above hotel registration)
5101 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, CA 95054

Schedule:
5:30pm - Registration, Food & Networking
6:00pm - Welcome, Thank yous & Introductions
6:15pm - Lightning Talks

  • TBD

6:45pm - Unpanel
7:15pm - Prepare for unconference (solicit breakout topics, etc.)
Proposed Sessions:

  • TBD

7:30pm - Breakout Sessions - One Round 
8:15pm - Breakout Sessions - One Two
9:00pm - Regroup and Summarize Sessions
9:15pm - Closing Thoughts  
9:30pm - After Party  TBD

Tags:

  • Twitter: #CloudCamp #CloudExpo

Organizers:
- Dave Nielsen of CloudCamp
- Larry Carvalho of RobustCloud 

Interested in more CloudCamps? visit http://www.cloudcamp.org 

Thank you to our Sponsors:


TBD

CloudCamp Silicon Valley "Mobile" @GMIC


When

Oct 20, 2012
5:00 pm - 9:30 pm


Where

San Jose McEnery Convention Center
150 West San Carlos St.


Location: Co-located with GMIC SV
San Jose McEnery Convention Center
150 West San Carlos St.
San Jose, CA 95110 

Schedule:
5:00pm - TBD

Tags:

  • Twitter: #CloudCamp #Mobile #GMIC

Organizers:
- Dave Nielsen of CloudCamp

Interested in more CloudCamps? visit http://www.cloudcamp.org 

OpenCloud 2012


When

May 01, 2012 10:00 am -
May 02, 2012 6:00 pm


Where

Silicon Valley Cloud Center
222 Caspian Dr.


About OpenCloud 2012:

Schedule

  • April 30th - Pre-confernece Workshops
  • May 1st - Open Cloud Day (Presentations & Workshops)
  • May 2nd - Open PaaS Day (Presentations & Workshops)

Organizer:
- Dave Nielsen

Note: OpenCloud 2012 is FREE (as in beer).

 

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FEATURED SPONSORS

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CloudCamp Silicon Valley May 1st, 2012


When

May 01, 2012
5:30 pm - 9:30 pm


Where

Silicon Valley Cloud Center
222 Caspian Drive


About CloudCamp:

CloudCamp is an unconference where attendees can exchange ideas, knowledge and information in a creative and supporting environment, advancing the current state of cloud computing and related technologies. As an informal, member-supported gathering, we rely entirely on volunteers to help with meeting content, speakers, meeting locations, equipment and membership recruitment. We also have corporate sponsors that provide financial assistance with venues, food, drink, software, services and other valuable donations.

CloudCamp is co-located with the OpenCloudConf at the Silicon Valley Cloud Center from April 30th - May 2nd.  Both events are free as in beer. 

Agenda:
5:30 pm - Registration, Food, Drinks & Networking
6:00 pm - Introduction
6:15 pm - Lightning Talks
8:00 pm - Breakout Sessions
9:00 pm - Wrap-up: Summary of Sessions 
9:30 pm - End of Camp

 

Location:
Silicon Valley Cloud Center (enter through the side entrance)
222 Caspian Dr.
Sunnyvale, CA 94089 


Organizer:
Dave Nielsen of CloudCamp

For more CloudCamps, visit: http://www.cloudcamp.org/schedule

CloudCamp @CloudCouncil - The Future Cloud OS - Dec 13, 2011


When

Dec 13, 2011
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Where


5101 Great America Pkwy


Hello Campers,

You are invited to a special CloudCamp. The topic is "The Future Cloud OS" where I will begin the CloudCamp by summarizing what I've learned during 2011 on the important role PaaS Software will play in creating The Future Cloud OS. The talk will be followed by discussions on multiple topics related to the future of Cloud Computing. 
 
The venue is provided by the Cloud Council. CloudCamp attendees will receive a discount to attend the CloudCouncil event earlier in the day. 
 
Location
Hyatt Regency (next to Santa Clara Convention Center)
Room Stevens Creek, 2nd Floor
5101 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, CA 95054
 
5:30 pm - Drinks & Networking sponsored by The Armada Group
6:00 pm - Welcome, Thank yous & Introductions
6:15 pm - Lightning Talks
 - "The Future Cloud OS" - Dave Nielsen of CloudCamp
 - "Adoption of Development Lifecycle" by Brad Vaughan Director, Cloud Architecture of The Armada Group

- “Cloud standards in an Enterprise Architecture perspective – PIM4Cloud idea from OMG”Arne J. Berre, SINTEF, Norway
 - "Adding Cloud Standards to Corporate Governance" by Penelope Gordon
 - "Private Cloud" by Gurvinder Singh, CTO, Private Cloud, IBM US West

6:45 pm - Unpanel - Standards vs. De Facto Adaption
7:30 pm - Breakout Session - Is The Future OS Here?
8:30 pm - Closing Thoughts  
8:45 pm - Drinks at the Bar

Register for CloudCamp Silicon Valley @CloudCouncil, Dec 13, 2011
 
A Special Thank You To Our Sponsors:
 MM18762LOGO
 

Tags:

  • Twitter: #CloudCamp #CloudCouncil

Organizers:
- Dave Nielsen of CloudCamp
- Larry Carvalho of RobustCloud 

Interested in more CloudCamps? visit http://www.cloudcamp.org 

 

CloudCamp SV @CloudExpo Nov 8, 2011


When

Nov 08, 2011
5:30 pm - 9:30 pm


Where

Hyatt Regency (next to Santa Clara Convention Center)
5101 Great America Parkway
Cypress Room (2nd Floor)


This CloudCamp is focussed on the Enterprise. We invite you to propose topics related to private clouds and other issues Enterprises face when trying to use Cloud Computing.

Free Pass to Cloud Expo:: All CloudCamp attendees will automatically receive a recomplimentary VIP Gold pass which is good for access to all sessions, all tracks, on all days. (note: VIP Gold passes do not include Luncheons or CloudExpo's Cloud Computing Bootcamp). Your name & email will be provided to CloudExpo and you will have a badge waiting for in the CloudExpo registration system.

Location:
Hyatt Regency (next to Santa Clara Convention Center)
Cypress Room (upstairs above the Hyatt Regency registration)
5101 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, CA 95054

This CloudCamp is focussed on Cloud Computing in the Enterprise. We invite you to propose topics (click here) discussing topics specifically related to business applications and other issues Enterprises face when trying to use Cloud Computing.

Free Pass to Cloud Expo:: All CloudCamp attendees will automatically receive a recomplimentary VIP Gold pass which is good for access to all sessions, all tracks, on all days. (note: VIP Gold passes do not include Luncheons or CloudExpo's Cloud Computing Bootcamp). Your name & email will be provided to CloudExpo and you will have a badge waiting for in the CloudExpo registration system.

Location
Hyatt Regency (next to Santa Clara Convention Center)
Cypress Room (upstairs above the registration)
5101 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, CA 95054

Schedule:
5:30pm - Registration, Food & Networking
6:00pm - Welcome, Thank yous & Introductions
6:15pm - Lightning Talks

  • "Big Bang! The Story of OpenStack" by Chris C. Kemp, CEO of Nebula
  • "Automating Infrastructure in the Cloud" - Sebastian Stadil of Scalr
  • "Hybrid Clouds" by Sean Chua of RightScale
  • “Why Apache Cassandra™ is a great DB for the Cloud” - Daisy Itty, VP Eng DataStax
  • TBD of Joe Bohn of IBM Websphere
  • Corporate DevOps: a coming of age tale of the cloud era -  Victoria Livschitz, CEO of Grid Dynamics

6:45pm - Unpanel
7:15pm - Prepare for unconference (solicit breakout topics, etc.)
Proposed Sessions:

  • What is DevOps w/ Victoria Livschitz
  • "Different types of NoSQL databases (Document, Attribute, Graph)" - by Daisy Itty
  • Presentation of Poll Results: Enterprise Adoption of Cloud Computing by Tom Plunkett
  • is Cloud Computing Secure? 
  • Is PaaS Software the future Cloud OS? - Dave Nielsen

7:30pm - Breakout Sessions - One Round 
8:15pm - Breakout Sessions - One Two
9:00pm - Regroup and Summarize Sessions
9:15pm - Closing Thoughts  
9:30pm - After Party  TBD

Tags:

  • Twitter: #CloudCamp #CloudExpo

Organizers:
- Dave Nielsen of CloudCamp
- Larry Carvalho of RobustCloud 

Interested in more CloudCamps? visit http://www.cloudcamp.org 

Thank you to our Sponsors:

Platinum Sponsor:

Nebula


Lightning Talk Sponsor

DataStax   Grid Dynamics   IBM Websphere   RightScale


Location Sponsor

OpenCloudWeekend Nov 5, 2011


When

Nov 06, 2011
9:30 am - 5:00 pm


Where


222 Caspian Dr


Registration for Saturday is FULL

Saturday:

9:30 am Registration, Coffee & Bagels
10:00 am Intro to OpenCloudWeekend - Dave Nielsen
10:15 am Lightning Talks - 10 Minutes Each

  • "Why OpenStack is the cloud equivalent to the Linux kernel" - by Cole Crawford of Nebula
  • "Lessons Learned from Launching the First OpenStack Public Cloud" by Joe Arnold & Mike Scherbakov 

11:00 am Workshop #1 "Installing OpenStack - Step-by-step Instructions" by Mike Scherbakov of Mirantis
12:00 pm Finalize Breakout Sessions (discussion groups, presentations, etc.)
12:15 pm Lunch Break
1:00 pm Workshop #2 "Getting Started with OpenShift" - by David Blado of Red Hat
2:00 pm Workshop #3 "Setting up OpenStack Storage - Code Name 'Swift")" by Joe Arnold and Darrell Bishop
2:00 pm Breakout Session: "What does it take to build a Cloud? (aka 'How many licks does it take to get to the center of a cloud Strategy?')" by Kurt Milne
3:15 pm Coffee Break
3:30 pm Workshop #4 "Auditing & Monitoring using the new CloudAudit libraries" by Christopher MacGown of Piston Cloud
4:30 pm Wrap-up discussion & drinks
5:00 pm Dinner Anyone? - TBD (on your own)

Sunday:
9:30 am Registration, Coffee & Muffins
10:00 am Welcome to Day 2 - Dave Nielsen
10:15 am Intro Talks - 10 Minutes Each

  • "Open PaaS" - The New Cloud Operating System
  • "Introduction to Hadoop" - by Amir Youssefi (previously with Yahoo)
  • "Introduction to Open PaaS" - by Monica Wilkinson of VMware

11:00 am Hackathon Begins
11:00 am Workshop #5 "Setting up your own Cloud Storage server w/ GlusterFS" by John Mark Walker of Red Hat
12:15 pm Lunch Break
1:30 pm "Intro to Cloud Foundry" - by Monica Wilkinson
3:30 pm Coffee Break
3:45 pm "Introduction to Hadoop" - by Amir Youssefi
4:30 pm Hackathon & OpenCloudWeened Ends 

Let us know if you'd like to put on an OpenCloudWeekend in your city or region. 

A special thank you to our sponsors:

 

PLATINUM SPONSORS

Nebula Red Hat Cloud Foundry


IN-KIND & MEDIA SPONSORS

Mirantis SVForum

CloudCamp Silicon Valley Oct 13, 2011


When

Oct 13, 2011
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm


Where

IBM Innovation Center - Silicon Valley
1001 E. Hillsdale Blvd.
West Tower, Fourth Floor Suites,


About CloudCamp:

CloudCamp is an unconference where attendees can exchange ideas, knowledge and information in a creative and supporting environment, advancing the current state of cloud computing and related technologies. As an informal, member-supported gathering, we rely entirely on volunteers to help with meeting content, speakers, meeting locations, equipment and membership recruitment. We also have corporate sponsors that provide financial assistance with venues, food, drink, software, services and other valuable donations.

CloudCamp is co-located with the Cloud Computing Workshop which occurs right before CloudCamp.  As a part of your CloudCamp registration you get free access to the workshop. Just check the box above and you can attend both.

Agenda:

5:30 pm - Registration and Networking
6:00 pm - Introduction
6:15 pm - Lightning Talks
6:45 pm - Unpanel
7:00 pm - Breakout Session 1
8:00 pm - Breakout Session 2
9:00 pm - Wrap-up: Summary of Sessions 
9:30 pm - Drinks somewhere TBD

Location:

IBM Innovation Center - Silicon Valley
1001 E. Hillsdale Blvd.
West Tower, Fourth Floor Suites,
Foster City, CA 94404



Organizer:
- Dave Nielsen of CloudCamp
- Larry Carvalho of Rubust Cloud

For more CloudCamps, visit:

www.cloudcamp.org/schedule

Cloud Computing Workshop - Silicon Valley


When

Oct 13, 2011
8:30 am - 4:00 pm


Where

IBM Innovation Center - Silicon Valley
1001 E. Hillsdale Blvd.
West Tower, Fourth Floor Suites,


Cloud Computing Workshop  - Co-located with CloudCamp Silicon Valley

Cloud Computing and PaaS - Learn from the Experts

Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) represents a subtle, yet significant shift in the transition from traditional web appdev/hosting technology to cloud-native appdev/hosting technology. As the last piece of the Cloud Computing pyramid to evolve there are several definitions of the term which are confusing, both to customers and the market as a whole. Furthermore, different programming models are evolving to address divergent customers needs. One of these needs is the ability to run legacy apps & code in a new Infrastructure-as-a-Service environment. There are many enterprise customers with this need. Another need is to take advantage of new Cloud Computing features to rapidly develop brand new apps that scale without the burden of supporting legacy application code. Both are rapidly evolving programming models, and together, they represent the future of programming in the Cloud.


Dave Nielsen, founder of CloudCamp, and chair of the PaaS Working Group has helped clarify the definition of these two PaaS models using his experience running over 100 discussion groups and conducting vendor and customer interviews.  If you want to understand this emerging technology this workshop is for you. Not only will you learn the difference between IaaS, Legacy PaaS & Native PaaS, but the pros and cons of each, and when to use one versus the other

 

Who should attend:

Developers, Application Architects, Project Managers, IT Specialists and System Administrators

Agenda (subject to change)

8:30 am Registration w/ Coffee & Bagels
9:00 amWelcome, Overview of Agenda
9:15 amAttendees to fill out applications desired for PaaS
9:30 amPresentation: Essential Characteristics of Infrastructure-as-a-Service
- Demo: Demonstrate IaaS - Deploy WebSphere via Workload Deployer

10:15 amPresentation: Ideal Infrastructure-as-a-Service Deployment Model
- Hybrid Models - Data vs Compute
- Plain Old Cloud Objects
 - Demo: ICON - Image Construction tool - How to create & deploy custom virtual machine images for your company
11:00 amBreak
11:15 amPresentation: Intro to PaaS 
- How PaaS is different than IaaS
- When to use IaaS vs. PaaS
- Explain why IaaS standardization is benefits PaaS
12:00 pmLunch
1:00 pmPresentation: Tale of Two PaaS
- How Native PaaS is different from Legacy PaaS
- Common use cases of Legacy PaaS & Native PaaS
2:00 pm Overview of IBM Workload Deployer
2:45 pmBreak
3:00 pmDemo: Build Cloud Applications
3:45 pm           Deploy and Manage Cloud Applications
4:15 pm           Attendee Application Evaluation
4:45 pm           Q&A
5:00 pm           Session


Location:
IBM Innovaton Center
1001 East Hillsdale Blvd, West Tower
Foster City, CA 94404

Instructors:
Dustin Amrhein (IBM)
Dave Nielsen (Platform D)
Larry Carvalho (RobustCloud)

Sponsored by:

IBMIBM Cloud Computing

CloudCamp Silicon Valley (Enterprise), May 23, 2011


When

May 23, 2011
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Where

IBM Innovation Center - Silicon Valley
1001 E. Hillsdale Blvd.
West Tower, Fourth Floor Suites,


About CloudCamp:

CloudCamp is an unconference where attendees can exchange ideas, knowledge and information in a creative and supporting environment, advancing the current state of cloud computing and related technologies. As an informal, member-supported gathering, we rely entirely on volunteers to help with meeting content, speakers, meeting locations, equipment and membership recruitment. We also have corporate sponsors that provide financial assistance with venues, food, drink, software, services and other valuable donations

This CloudCamp is focussed on Enterprise Cloud Computing. We invite you to propose topics (click here) discussing topics specifically related to business applications and other issues keeping Enterprises from using Cloud Computing. 

Location:
IBM Innovation Center  Co-located with Enterprise Cloud Workshop
1001 E. Hillsdale Blvd.,
West Tower, Fourth Floor Suites,
Foster City, CA 94404

Enterprise Cloud Workshop (link)
11:30pm Registration
12:00pm Begin Workshop
  5:30pm End Workshop

Schedule:
5:30pm Registration & Networking
6:00pm Welcome and Thank yous
6:15pm Lightning Talks (5 minutes each)
- Eric Thacker of Riverbed
- Dustin Amrhein of IBM
- AB Periasamy, CTO of Gluster
- Azmir Mohamed of Abiquo
7:15pm Unpanel
7:30pm Organize the unconference ( vote here)
7:45pm Unconference Session 1
- Security & Compliance issues - Led by Davi Ottenheimer
8:15pm Unconference Session 2
8:45pm Wrap-up Session
9:00pm Drinks at location TBD

Organizers:
- Dave Nielsen of CloudCamp
- Larry Carvalho of RobustCloud

Interested in more CloudCamps?
-  http://www.cloudcamp.org/schedule

Cloud Computing Workshop - Silicon Valley


When

May 23, 2011
11:30 am - 5:30 pm


Where


1001 E. Hillsdale Blvd.
West Tower, Fourth Floor Suites,


Enterprise Cloud Workshop  - Co-located with CloudCamp SiliconValley

SPONSORED By:  

IBM

 

 

Cloud-Enable your Applications - Learn from the Experts

Business leaders are asking IT to provide an environment that responds quickly to business needs. Public Clouds have demonstrated their value; now Private Clouds are beginning to emerge. Join us for a workshop where experts from the field will share their experience and help you assess the risks and benefits of moving your application to public or private clouds.

To participate in this workshop, you will be asked to propose an application (real or hypothetical) that you want to run in the cloud. Your proposed application will be given a quick review based on previous assessments. We will use the proposals to help us determine the examples used in the workshop. At the end of the workshop you will receive a personalized assessment by one of the facilitators.

Who should attend:

Architects, Product Managers, Project Managers, IT Specialists, IT Managers, IT Directors, Developers, System Administrators and Business Leaders.

Full Day Agenda:

  9:00 – 11:30   1-on-1 Assessments (By appointment only)

Half Day Agenda:

11:30 – Noon   Registration
Noon –   1:00   Lunch
Noon – 12:30   Introduction to OSSM (“Awesome”) Clouds - On-demand, Self-service, Scalable, Measured
12:30 –   1:00   Popular & Compelling Use Cases

  • Collaboration Apps, Mobile Apps
  • Short-term Apps (Marketing Campaign)
  • Unpredictable usage (New Consumer Apps etc)
  • Business Analytics (Hadoop/BigData)
  • Online Storage/Disaster Recovery/Business Cont.
  • High Performance Computing, Dev & Test

1:00 –  1:30  Initial assessment of submitted proposals
1:30 –  2:00  Cloud Application Assessments

  • Where to Start?
    • Choosing a Service Model
    • Choosing a Deployment Model 

2:00 – 2:45   Presentation: Public Cloud vs. Private Cloud: Where does your app belong?
2:45 – 3:00   Break
3:00 – 3:45   Cloud Application Assessments (Continued)

  • Identifying Challenges
  • Common Dependencies
  • Security, Regulations, Risk
  • Complexity, Quality of Service
  • Application Readiness Assessment
  • Vendor Selection Criteria
  • Vendor Selection Process
  • Design for Cloud

3:45 – 4:00  Further Considerations
4:00 – 4:45  Lab: Fill out Assessment Worksheet & Review
4:45 – 5:30  Individual Assessment Review

Location:
IBM Innovation Center
1001 E. Hillsdale Blvd.
West Tower, Fourth Floor Suites
Foster City, CA 94404

Instructors:
Dave Nielsen (Platform D)
Larry Carvalho (RobustCloud)
Dustin Amrhein, WebSphere Cloud Specialist (IBM) 

To register for CloudCamp Silicon Valley, visit: http://cloudcamp.org/siliconvalley


CloudCamp Silicon Valley @ Cloud Expo Nov 2nd, 2010


When

Nov 02, 2010
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm


Where

Hyatt Regency (next to Santa Clara Convention Center)
5101 Great America Parkway
Cypress Room (2nd Floor)


All CloudCamp @ Cloud Expo attendees will receive a free pass to Cloud Expo. The pass will be waiting for you at the registration counter on Nov 1st. 

Location: (co-located with Cloud Expo)
Santa Clara Convention Center (map)
Cypress Room (turn left at the top of the escalators)
5001 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, CA 95054

Schedule:

5:30pm - Registration, Food & Networking
6:00pm - Welcome, Thank yous & Introductions
6:15pm - Lightning Talks - See http://cloudcamp.org/siliconvalley for details
6:45pm - Unpanel
7:15pm - Prepare for unconference (solicit breakout topics, etc.)
7:30pm - Breakout Sessions - One Round
8:15pm - Breakout Sessions - One Two
9:00pm - Regroup and Summarize Sessions
9:15pm - Closing Thoughts  

Proposed Unconference sessions:

  • Open Source Software in the Cloud

Tags:

  • Twitter: #CloudCamp #CloudExpo

Local Organizers:
- Dave Nielsen

Interested in more CloudCamps?

see - http://www.cloudcamp.org

CANCELLED! CloudCamp @ ZendCon Nov 1, 2010 - CANCELLED


When

Nov 01, 2010
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm


Where

Hyatt Regency (next to Santa Clara Convention Center)
5101 Great America Parkway
Cypress Room (2nd Floor)


CANCELLED:

Location: (Co-located with ZendCon 2010)
ZendCon is held at the Santa Clara Convention Center

Interested in more CloudCamps? See - http://www.cloudcamp.org

CloudCamp Santa Clara Nov 4th, 2009


When

Nov 04, 2009
6:15 pm - 10:00 pm


Where

Network Meeting Center
5201 Great America Pkwy


Location:

TechMart:
Network Meeting Center (map)
5201 Great America Pkwy
Santa Clara, CA 95054

Schedule:

6:15pm - 7:00 Registration, Food & Networking
7:00pm - Welcome, Thank yous & Introductions
7:15pm - Lightning Talks
- Microsoft Azure - Bruno Terkaly
- RightScale - Uri Budnik
- PrimaCloud - Eric Novikoff 
8:00pm - Unpanel
8:30pm - Prepare for unconference (solicit breakout topics, etc.)
8:45pm - Breakout Sessions - One Round Only
9:30pm - Regroup and Summarize Sessions
9:45pm - Closing Thoughts  

Proposed Unconference sessions:

  • Open Source Software in the Cloud

Tags:

  • Twitter: CloudCampSantaClara

Local Organizers:
- Dave Nielsen
- Eric Novikoff

A special thank you to our sponsors:


             

        

Interested in more CloudCamps?

see - http://www.cloudcamp.com

CloudCamp @ CodeCamp, CA - Oct 4th, '09


When

Oct 04, 2009
9:15 am - 4:30 pm


Where

Foothill College (Parking Lot 5)
12345 El Monte Road


About CloudCamp:

CloudCamp is an unconference where attendees can exchange ideas, knowledge and information in a creative and supporting environment, advancing the current state of cloud computing and related technologies. As an informal, member-supported gathering, we rely entirely on volunteers to help with meeting content, speakers, meeting locations, equipment and membership recruitment. We also have corporate sponsors that provide financial assistance with venues, food, drink, software, services and other valuable donations

If you havent' done so already, please also register at Silicon Valley Code Camp (register)

Sponsors & Presenters:

If you are interested in sponsoring or submitting a proposal for a Lightning Talk, send an email to dave @ platformd DOT com.

Location:
- Co-located with Silicon Valley Code Camp
- 12345 El Monte Road
- Los Altos, CA 94022

Date:
- Sunday, Oct 4th at 9:00am

Interested in more CloudCamps?

see - http://www.cloudcamp.com

CloudCamp Mixer - after CloudComputingExpo


When

Nov 19, 2008
7:00 pm - 11:00 pm


Where

Gordon Biersch
33 East San Fernando Street


Lets Mix!

Since so many of us will be in town for CloudComputingExpo, we need a place to meet. Wed is the best evening as the sessions end at 7:30pm. Gordon Biersch is just around the corner from the conference at the Fairmont Hotel and they'll give us our own (shared) room. Mosso, RightScale, Sun & Enomaly have stepped up and offered to provide drinks for everyone. See you there!

For more information, visit http://www.cloudcamp.com/sanjose

Sponsored by:

 

About CloudCamp:

CloudCamp is an unconference where attendees can exchange ideas, knowledge and information in a creative and supporting environment, advancing the current state of cloud computing and related technologies. As an informal, member-supported gathering, we rely entirely on volunteers to help with meeting content, speakers, meeting locations, equipment and membership recruitment. We also have corporate sponsors that provide financial assistance with venues, software, books, discounts, and other valuable donations.

CloudCamp Silicon Valley 08


When

Sep 30, 2008
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Where

Sun EBC Briefing Center
15 Network Circle


SOLD OUT:

We've reached our capacity and so CloudCamp Silicon Valley 2008 registration is now closed. You may still get a pass if you register for SDForum's Cloud Computing and Beyond conference on Oct 1st in Santa Clara.

Interestd in future CloudCamps?

CloudCamp Chicago (Oct 21st, '08)
CloudCamp London (Nov '08 TBD)
CloudCamp Toronto (Q1 '09 TBD)
CloudCamp New York (Q1 '09 TBD)
CloudCamp Washington, DC (Q1 '09 TBD)
CloudCamp Austin (Q1 '09 TBD)

About CloudCamp:

CloudCamp is an unconference where attendees can exchange ideas, knowledge and information in a creative and supporting environment, advancing the current state of cloud computing and related technologies. As an informal, member-supported gathering, we rely entirely on volunteers to help with meeting content, speakers, meeting locations, equipment and membership recruitment. We also have corporate sponsors that provide financial assistance with venues, software, books, discounts, and other valuable donations.

About SDForum Cloud Computing & Beyond:

SDForum's first-ever Cloud Computing conference. This daylong event will address the issues and controversies surrounding cloud computing help you to understand the technologies and risks involved, and enable you to figure out what your company should do to take advantage of cloud computing technologies.

 

CloudCamp Silicon Valley 08


When

Sep 30, 2008
6:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Where

Sun EBC Briefing Center
15 Network Circle
Menlo Park, CA 94025


SOLD OUT:

We've reached our capacity and so CloudCamp Silicon Valley 2008 registration is now closed. You may still get a pass if you register for SDForum's Cloud Computing and Beyond conference on Oct 1st in Santa Clara.

Interestd in future CloudCamps?

About CloudCamp:

CloudCamp is an unconference where attendees can exchange ideas, knowledge and information in a creative and supporting environment, advancing the current state of cloud computing and related technologies. As an informal, member-supported gathering, we rely entirely on volunteers to help with meeting content, speakers, meeting locations, equipment and membership recruitment. We also have corporate sponsors that provide financial assistance with venues, software, books, discounts, and other valuable donations.

About SDForum Cloud Computing & Beyond:

SDForum's first-ever Cloud Computing conference. This daylong event will address the issues and controversies surrounding cloud computing help you to understand the technologies and risks involved, and enable you to figure out what your company should do to take advantage of cloud computing technologies.