Cloud Computing India 2011 - International Conference August 05, 2011 in Shangri-La Hotel , New Delhi

Cloud Computing India 2011 - International Conference August 05, 2011 in Shangri-La Hotel , New Delhi

 

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About The Event

Welcome to Cloud Computing India 2011 !
One of the latest technologies, help deploy business applications on internet and access via simple web browsers. According to an industry body, the technical definition is "a computing capability that provides an abstraction between the computing resource and its underlying technical architecture. (e.g., servers, storage, networks), enabling convenient, on-demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction." 


Market opportunity 

Usually latest technologies don't get to see Indian Land any sooner. By the time any technology reach India, they would have already been chewed and thrown out in other parts of the world. But, it's no more the trend.

  • Cloud computing vendors across the globe are eyeing India as a strategical place for cloud computing deployments. Where in world you will get a billion population and mostly in young ages willing to try out the latest stuffs?
  • According to an industry report, the total market of cloud computing in India stands at US$ 110 million today and is expected to reach a figure of about US$ 1,084 million by 2015.
  • As components of the overall cloud market, Software-as-a-service (SaaS) in India is likely to reach a mark of US$ 650 million by 2015, while Platform-as-a-service (PaaS) and Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) markets cumulatively would touch 434 million each by then.
  • The domestic market for SaaS is estimated to be about US$ 66 million and is currently dominated by Collaborative Applications, CRM, ERP & Email workloads.
  • India being the world's fastest growing mobile market with over 20 million subscribers added every month and the money that companies have invested for 3G services showcases the belief the large telecom providers have on data services in the Indian market.
  • Over 500 million people from the middle class in India, and the products and services consumed by them are relevant to other emerging markets as well.

Why Cloud Computing?

  • The cloud computing market in India, Software-as-a-Service has witnessed the most rapid uptake until now.
  • The growth in IT spending in India is one of the fastest in the world and is expected to be higher than China soon.
  • Fast moving Indian Economy, every Corporate, Small and Medium Business (SME) is ready to take a plunge in latest technologies for staying competitive and consumer friendly.
  • Indian SMBs particularly, lack budgets, want business improvement, lack management bandwidth required to manage internal IT and are looking for rapid growth in the next few years.

All this clearly suggests that Indian customers are ideal for cloud offerings.

Conference Focus

  • Transforming the Enterprise into a Cloud
  • Cost Optimization as Major Architectural Considerations for Cloud Applications.
  • How to Provide Business Services in a Disruptive Cloud Environment?
  • Cloud Computing: Innovation Management is Key.
  • Scaling Your Database in the Cloud.
  • How to Get Hybrid Clouds Right the First Time?
  • Monetizing the Cloud: A Fresh Look at Billing.
  • How Cloud and Virtualization Are Changing the Way Business and IT Will Interact?
  • Cloud Forensics: Challenges and Opportunities.

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