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Event:
CloudBeat 2012
Start:
November 28, 2012
End:
November 29, 2012
Category:
Organizer:
VentureBeat
Updated:
October 26, 2012
Venue:
Hotel Sofitel
Address:
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Redwood City, CA, United States

VentureBeat’s second annual cloud event takes place Nov 28-29 in Redwood City, and we’re again gathering the most disruptive characters in the cloud’s evolving story to deliver valuable lessons in cloud adoption.

Now in its second year, CloudBeat is again assembling the biggest names in the cloud’s evolving story and asking them the questions that you need answered. Unlike nearly all other cloud events, the customers themselves are front and center. Their discussions with vendors and other experts unearth rare lessons on cloud adoption, providing insights and actionable data on what really works, who’s buying what, and where the industry is going.

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Core to the two-day event will be a collection of customer-centric case studies, big-name fireside chats and deep-dive breakout sessions. The following themes will steer the conversation: Open vs. Closed; Integration; Visibility; PaaS: The Future of the Cloud?; Big Data, and Security

CloudBeat 2012 will also feature the Innovation Showdown, a lively competition where we spotlight new companies that are leveraging the cloud in revolutionary ways. We’ll vett over 100 applicants and invite 10 finalists to pitch live at the event. For full details and application form, go here.

Join in at CloudBeat 2012 and forge relationships with over 500 industry executives, with a mix of business and IT decision makers, analysts, investors, marketers, big brands/retailers, press, and more.

 
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