Cloud Computing Technology Series @ Bangalore on 22th Feb 2011

Cloud Computing Technology Series @ Bangalore on 22th Feb 2011

 

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About The Event

Cloud Storage: Latest Trends and Technologies and Opportunities for Startups and Early Stage Companies to Succeed in this Space

This evening event is part of IBF Media’s Technology Series on Cloud Computing.
An eminent and astute panel will focus on trends and technologies in cloud storage and discuss how organizations have effectively deployed cloud storage technologies in their organizations, and how SMB organizations can effectively take advantage of the cloud for storage.   Some of the advantages and risks will be highlighted as well as a thesis will be developed for how entrepreneurs can develop companies and create effective business models that could lead to success in the cloud storage space.

List of Speakers
[TBD]
Agenda:

6:30pm-7:00pm      Registration& Networking
7:00pm-9:00pm     Program Discussion
9:00pm-9:20pm      Q&A Session   
9:20pm-10:30pm    Networking & Dinner

Target Audience:

IT professionals, CIOs, CTOs, senior and mid-level managers of technology and technology services organizations, venture and technology investors, professionals from IT outsourcing firms and system integrators, and practice leaders in IT services firms.

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Cloud storage is a model of networked online storage where data is stored on multiple virtual servers, generally hosted by third parties, rather than being hosted on dedicated servers.
Hosting companies operate large data centers; and people who require their data to be hosted, buy or lease storage capacity from them, using it for their own storage needs.
The data center operators, in the background, virtualize the resources according to the requirements of the customer , exposing  them as storage pools, for customers to proprietary files or data objects.

Physically, the resource may span across multiple servers. Cloud storage services may be accessed through a web service application programming interface (API), or through a Web-based user interface. 

The following are some attributes:


 Companies need only pay for the storage they actually use.
 Companies do not need to install physical storage devices in their own data center or offices, which reduces IT and hosting costs.
 Storage maintenance tasks, such as backup, data replication, and purchasing additional storage devices are offloaded to the responsibility of a service provider, allowing organizations to focus on their core business.
 Security of stored data and data in transit may be a concern when storing sensitive data at a cloud storage provider
 Performance may be lower than local storage.
 Reliability and availability depends on wide area network availability and on the level of precautions taken by the service provider.

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