gigaom structure 2011 GigaOM Structure Sold Out   Follow CloudTimes for Event UpdatesFor all of you who don’t have a chance to attend GigaOM’s Structure Conference next week in San Francisco: CloudTimes will be attending the event and reporting live on our site and via Twitter.

This year’s Structure conference will be less about whether cloud computing is a good idea and more about making sense of where cloud services are headed and how they’ll affect everything from application development to data center design.

The program includes:

  • 11 keynote speakers and fireside chats featuring speakers from companies such as Facebook, Cisco, Amazon, AT&T and Verizon Business.
  • Over 135 speakers in 55 sessions over two days.
  • 24 workshops on topics such as hybrid clouds, data center, storage and more.
  • 11 LaunchPad companies.
  • Over five hours of networking time.
  • More than 100 top-tier press, including GigaOM editors, from outlets such as Information Week, Fortune, and CBS.
  • One complimentary research report from GigaOM Pro.

See the full schedule here.

CloudTimes is a media sponsor of GigaOM Structure and will be covering the event closely. To meet us at the event – Contact Us.

 

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