Today we bring you news about events around town regarding the cloud.
Dec. 8, 2009
First up — we already told you about FedScoop’s Cloud Computing Shoot Out. It’s their second event that will focus on U.S. CIO Vivek Kundra’s five pillars of transparent government. This time, panelists will address concerns related to issues surrounding cloud portability, interoperability and security.
Some of the attendees:
- Werner Vogels, CTO, Amazon.com
- Yousef A. Khalidi, Distinguished Engineer, Cloud Computing, Microsoft Corporation
- Michael G. Hill, Vice President, Enterprise Initiatives IBM
- Prasad L. Rampalli, Vice President, Intel Architecture Group, Intel Corporation
- Eran Feigenbaum, Director of Security, Google Enterprise
- Kaveh Vessali, Vice President of Public Sector Solutions, Salesforce.com
- Jeff Bergeron, Chief Technologist, U.S. Public Sector, HP
The Shoot Out will be held at the Newseum and starts at 8 a.m. Register here.
Dec. 9, 2009
The Digital Government Institute presents its Cloud Computing Conference.
Chris Kemp, Chief Information Officer, Ames Research Center, NASA, will deliver the keynote, Government Cloud Computing for 2010: Moving Towards Efficient Operations.
You can register for it here.
The panel will focus on how cloud computing environments, such as NASA’s Nebula and DISA’s Rapid Access Computing Environment (RACE), are changing the landscape of government IT infrastructure management, as well as helping to streamline system, network and storage management.
- Casey Coleman, Chief Information Officer, General Services Administration (moderator)
- Chris Kemp, Chief Information Officer, NASA Ames Research Center
- Alfred Rivera, Director, Computer Services Directorate, Defense Information Systems Agency
- Keith Trippie, Executive Director, Enterprise System Development Office (ESDO), Office of the Chief Information Officer, Department of Homeland Security
- Pete Tseronis, Associate Chief Information Officer, Department of Energy
FCB will, of course, attend all of these events and report back, just in case you can’t make it.