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Brian E. Boruff  - CSC


Orchestration in the Cloud
Track: RIAs in the Cloud SOA in the Cloud
Brian Boruff is CSC's Vice President of Cloud Computing and Software Services. Previously, he spent 15 years at Microsoft where he held various executive roles including Vice President of Enterprise Services.
 
 
Todd Ignasiak  - Altor Networks


POWER PANEL: Virtualization Power Panel moderated by Jeremy Geelan
Todd Ignasiak is Director of Product Management at Altor Networks.
 
 
Mohamad Afshar  - Oracle


Unlocking the Cloud with Enterprise Private PaaS
Track: Enterprise-Class Cloud Computing
Mohamad Afshar has product management responsibility for Oracle’s Exalogic Elastic Cloud within the development organization. He has held various positions at Oracle including product management for SOA/BPEL products, driving the integration of SOA on the Application Grid platform, and Fusion Middleware CTO role. Prior to joining Oracle, Mohamad founded Apama, a complex event processing vendor later acquired by Progress Software. He has a PhD in Parallel Systems from Cambridge University, where he built a system for high performance computing using a MapReduce framework.
 
 
Chris Arangio  - EMC


Business Acceleration with the Cloud
Track: Hot Topics
Chris Arangio is Product Manager in the Cloud Infrastructure Group at EMC Corporation and is responsible for EMC’s Cloud Storage Service offerings, including EMC Atmos onLine. With 2008 revenues of $14.9 billion and approximately 40,000 employees, EMC is the world's leading developer and provider of information infrastructure technology and solutions that enable organizations of all sizes to transform the way they compete and create value from their information. Prior to joining EMC in 2008, Arangio was involved in the product development of innovative computing applications at several software companies, including Neuco and Axiomatic Design Software. He also previously served as Vice President of the Enterprise Application Infrastructure group at Morgan Stanley.
 
 
Matias Bagini  - JRapid Corp


Moving Your RIA Apps into the Cloud: 7 Challenges
Track: RIAs in the Cloud SOA in the Cloud
Matias Bagini is CEO of JRapid Corp. He is a software engineer with technical and entrepreneurial background. Previous to founding JRapid, where he has business and technical strategical responsibilities, he worked as a web developer in two software factories. He developed HTMLi, one of the first Open Source AJAX frameworks.
 
 
Cameron Bahar  - ParaScale


Cloud Storage - Cutting Through the Hype
Track: IaaS, Cloud Platforms, Cloud Storage
Cameron Bahar is Founder and CTO of ParaScale. He leads the company's technology direction and manages engineering, bringing over 20 years of systems software development and deep expertise in distributed operating systems, filesystems and data center management. Earlier, he led design, deployment, and operation of Scale8's distributed Internet storage service that provided storage for digital content owners including MSN and Viacom/MTV. At the HP Enterprise Systems Technology Lab, Bahar developed system software for disk volume management, data security, and utility data center management. At Teradata, he developed extensions to UNIX to allow the massive parallel processing required by the Teradata database, the world's largest and fastest distributed RDBMS.
 
 
Eric Baldeschwieler  - Yahoo!


Hadoop @ Yahoo! - Internet Scale Data Processing
Track: Hot Topics
Eric Baldeschwieler, VP Hadoop Software Development at Yahoo!, has been a member of Yahoo!s web-search/cloud teams since 1996 and the founder of the Yahoo! team that has taken Hadoop from 20 nodes prototype to 25,000+ nodes of production usage. Previously he led engineering, web search crawling & indexing at Inktomi.
 
 
Sandeep Banerjie  - Oracle


Unlocking the Cloud with Enterprise Private PaaS
Track: Enterprise-Class Cloud Computing
Sandeep Banerjie is Senior Director of Product Management for Oracle Public Cloud and has worldwide responsibilities for developing and executing Oracle’s cloud services, and go-to-market strategies. Prior to his current role, he was Senior Director of Product Management for Oracle Fusion Middleware with worldwide responsibilities for developing and executing Oracle’s middleware and Private Platform-as-a-Service go-to-market strategies.

Banerjie joined Oracle as part of the BEA Systems acquisition. While at BEA, as Director of Industry & Solutions Marketing, he was responsible for their Manufacturing and Insurance solutions, and their strategy for SAP customers across all industries globally. During his BEA tenure, he held other leadership positions in their products and professional services organizations, including Director of RFID Product Marketing, Director of Solutions Marketing, and Practice Manager for BEA Consulting Services. Prior to BEA, Sandeep served as the worldwide Practice Director at CyberTech Systems Inc; a systems integration firm specializing in SAP, Siebel, ESRI, BEA technologies and serving enterprise clients in a variety of industries. As a P&L owner at CyberTech, Sandeep successfully led a global team of 100+ consulting and sales professionals. Sandeep has hands-on consulting experience in these technologies.

Previously, he worked at Philips, the electronics conglomerate, as a Business Development Manager in their Industrial Electronics Division. He was also involved in Research & Development with Bhabha Atomic Research Center (BARC), India’s premier Government Research Center. With 18+ years of IT experience across products, professional services, marketing, business development and R&D, Banerjie is a frequent industry speaker on trends and innovations in Cloud Computing, Engineered IT Systems, Enterprise Applications and Middleware.
 
 
Charlton Barreto  - Intel


The Rich Services Cloud
Track: RIAs in the Cloud SOA in the Cloud
Charlton Barreto is a Principal Architect at Intel. He is an entrepreneur, technology strategist, platform architect and expert in Cloud, Web 2.0, SOA and BPM, including standards for Web, XML and Java. He is a key contributor to the strategy, design and management of products using these technologies across a number of software vendors as a platform architect. Co-author of the WS-BPEL, WS-Choreography, WSDL 2 and Java Enterprise Edition, and contributor to the SOA Reference Model, WS-Transaction, WS-ReliableMessaging, and WS-Policy specifications, he writes and presents regularly on Cloud, Web and RIA strategies and technologies.
 
 
Dan Bartow  - Intuit


Cloud Testing for Affordable Website Reliability
Track: Management, Performance, Security, & Compliance
Dan Bartow is a Senior Manager, Performance Engineering at Intuit.
 
 
Ed Beauvais  - EMC


Exploring Policy-Enabled Clouds for the Enterprise
Track: IaaS, Cloud Platforms, Cloud Storage
Ed Beauvais is Senior Product Manager in the Cloud Infrastructure Group at EMC Corporation and is responsible for EMC Atmos – the industry’s leading multi-petabyte information management solution for cloud storage environments. Ed joined EMC’s Technology Ventures Group in April of 2007 with the objectives of creating innovative market solutions in emerging technology markets and creating business model innovation.
 
 
K S Bhaskar  - Fidelity National Information Services


A New Role in the Cloud for a Tried and Tested Schemaless Database
Track: RIAs in the Cloud SOA in the Cloud
K S Bhaskar is VP, Product Manager at Fidelity National Information Services, Inc.
 
 
Christophe Bisciglia  - Cloudera


Working with Big Data and Hadoop
Track: Enterprise-Class Cloud Computing
Christophe Bisciglia is a Co-Founder at Cloudera. He joined Cloudera from Google, where he created and managed their Academic Cloud Computing Initiative. Starting in 2007, he began working with the University of Washington to teach students about Google's core data management and processing technologies - MapReduce and GFS. This quickly brought Hadoop into the curriculum, and has since resulted in an extensive partnership with the National Science Foundation (NSF) which makes Google-hosted Hadoop clusters available for research and education worldwide. Beyond his work with Hadoop, Bisciglia holds patents related to search quality and personalization, and spent a year working in Shanghai. He earned his degree, and remains a visiting scientist, at the University of Washington.
 
 
Tony Bishop  - Adaptivity


GENERAL SESSION: Understanding the Relationship Between Workloads and the Cloud
Tony is the Founder and CEO of Adaptivity. As Chairman and CEO, he leads the team and provides hands-on coaching, thought leadership and executive strategy support for the company's key clients and partners. He is an innovative IT executive, with an excellent track record in strategy, design, and the implementation of business-aligned enterprise technology platforms across large organizations. He most recently served as SVP and Chief Architect of Wachovia’s Corporate Investment Banking Technology Group, where his team designed, built, and implemented a leading-edge service-oriented architecture and utility computing infrastructure.
 
 
Adam Blum  - Rhomobile


POWER PANEL: Enterprise-Level Cloud Computing: Far-Off Dream or Present Reality?
Adam Blum is CEO of Rhomobile. He came from Good Technology and while spending millions on enterprise mobile application development he realized there was a need for a framework for enterprises to build mobile applications easily and cost-effectively empower their workforce without training their programmers to learn different programming languages and building apps from scratch. He has spoken at Interop in Las Vegas and at Ruby events all over the world.
 
 
Timothy Brown  - CA


Securing the Cloud and Establishing a Level of Trust
Track: Management, Testing, Security & Interoperability
Tim Brown is a vice president and the chief architect for Security Management at CA, Inc. With more than 20 years of information security expertise, Brown has 14 filed patents in the security field and has participated on standards boards. Prior to joining CA, Brown was at Symantec.
 
 
Glenn Brunette  - Sun Microsystems


Cloud Security - It's Nothing New; It Changes Everything!
Track: Management, Testing, Security & Interoperability
Glenn Brunette is a Distinguished Engineer and Chief Security Architect at Sun Microsystems. For over 15 years, he has architected and delivered security solutions for a wide range of customers and industries. Currently, as a member of Sun's Chief Architect's Office, he leads Sun's security initiatives for Cloud Computing and other highly-scalable and dynamic environments. Brunette develops architectures, patterns, best practices, and tools enabling improved security for Cloud Computing and other highly-scalable, dynamic environments.

 
 
Jonathan Bryce  - The OpenStack Foundation


CTO POWER PANEL: Where's the Cloud Headed Next?
Jonathan Bryce, who has spent his career building the cloud, is Executive Director of the OpenStack Foundation. Previously he was a founder of The Rackspace Cloud. He started his career working as a web developer for Rackspace, and during his tenure, he and co-worker Todd Morey had a vision to build a sophisticated web hosting environment where users and businesses alike could turn to design, develop and deploy their ideal web site – all without being responsible for procuring the technology, installing it or making sure it is built to be always available. This vision became The Rackspace Cloud. Since then he has been a major driver of OpenStack, the open source cloud software initiative.
 
 
Jonathan Bryce  - The OpenStack Foundation


Standardizing the Cloud: Pros and Cons
Track: Enterprise-Class Cloud Computing
Jonathan Bryce, who has spent his career building the cloud, is Executive Director of the OpenStack Foundation. Previously he was a founder of The Rackspace Cloud. He started his career working as a web developer for Rackspace, and during his tenure, he and co-worker Todd Morey had a vision to build a sophisticated web hosting environment where users and businesses alike could turn to design, develop and deploy their ideal web site – all without being responsible for procuring the technology, installing it or making sure it is built to be always available. This vision became The Rackspace Cloud. Since then he has been a major driver of OpenStack, the open source cloud software initiative.
 
 
Chris Cassidy  - Oracle


Unlocking the Cloud with Enterprise Private PaaS
Track: Enterprise-Class Cloud Computing
Chris Cassidy is Master Principal Sales Consultant at Oracle Corporation.
 
 
Dipto Chakravarty  - NetIQ


Cloud Security 2.0
Track: Management, Testing, Security & Interoperability
Dipto Chakravarty is the Vice President of Worldwide Engineering for NetIQ. In addition to being a 20-year software industry veteran, Chakravarty is the author of two best-selling computer books from McGraw-Hill that have been translated in five languages, has published over 45 technical papers in refereed journals, and holds several patents.
 
 
Brian Clark  - Objectivity


CTO POWER PANEL: Where's the Cloud Headed Next?
Brian Clark is Vice President, Product Management at Objectivity. He has nearly 30 years of software industry experience, and is responsible for managing product development for Objectivity’s distributed, cloud-ready data platform, Objectivity/DB. Before joining Objectivity in 1989, Clark worked at Automation Technology Products, providing leading tools in the MCAD market. Before that, he was with Project Management Services at International Computers Limited, one of Europe's leading computer companies at the time. He holds a B.S. degree in Computer Science from Sheffield University, England.
 
 
Peter Coffee  - Salesforce.com


Developing Advantage: Platform Leverage in the Cloud
Track: Enterprise-Class Cloud Computing
Peter Coffee is VP and Head of Platform Research at Salesforce.com. He joined the company in 2007 after 18 years as a senior contributor to the enterprise IT journals eWEEK and PC Week. Based in the Los Angeles area, he works with IT professionals and ISVs to build a global community based on Force.com: the salesforce.com Platform Cloud. He is a frequent contributor to CloudBlog (cloudblog.salesforce.com); follow him at twitter.com/petercoffee
 
 
David Cohen  - EMC Corporation


CTO POWER PANEL: Where's the Cloud Headed Next?
Dave Cohen is Chief Architect of the Cloud Infrastructure Group at EMC. He is responsible for the overall architectural design direction for EMC’s Cloud Infrastructure Division. With 2008 revenues of $14.9 billion and approximately 40,000 employees, EMC is the world's leading developer and provider of information infrastructure technology and solutions that enable organizations of all sizes to transform the way they compete and create value from their information.

With a career spanning over 25 years, Cohen joined EMC’s Cloud Infrastructure Group earlier this year. Prior to joining EMC, he worked in the Financial Services industry designing/building on large scale distributed systems. He was most recently a Senior Storage Strategist with Goldman Sachs and Merrill Lynch, where his focus was in the areas of low-latency and utility computing issues.

 
 
Tim Crawford  - 


Cloud Computing as a Strategy: Enabling IT's Evolutionary Change
Track: Management, Testing, Security & Interoperability
Tim Crawford is an internationally renowned thought leader in the areas of IT transformation, innovation and cloud computing. Tim has served as CIO and other senior IT leadership roles with global organizations such as Konica Minolta/ All Covered, Stanford University, Knight-Ridder, Philips Electronics, and National Semiconductor. Tim regularly speaks at industry conferences, is well published and often quoted by business and technology publications. Areas of expertise include strategy, applications, services, infrastructure and operations. Tim serves as an advisor to global enterprises, government agencies, venture capital firms and startups. Tim’s approach focuses on driving business value through key game-changing strategies. Tim received an MBA in International Business with Honors and a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems both from Golden Gate University.
 
 
Tim Crawford  - 


NEW MEDIA POWER PANEL: Ulitzer, Ning and the Future of New Media & Social Journalism
Tim Crawford is an internationally renowned thought leader in the areas of IT transformation, innovation and cloud computing. Tim has served as CIO and other senior IT leadership roles with global organizations such as Konica Minolta/ All Covered, Stanford University, Knight-Ridder, Philips Electronics, and National Semiconductor. Tim regularly speaks at industry conferences, is well published and often quoted by business and technology publications. Areas of expertise include strategy, applications, services, infrastructure and operations. Tim serves as an advisor to global enterprises, government agencies, venture capital firms and startups. Tim’s approach focuses on driving business value through key game-changing strategies. Tim received an MBA in International Business with Honors and a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Information Systems both from Golden Gate University.
 
 
Simon Crosby  - Citrix


How the Delivery of Virtualization is Being Transformed
Track: Management, Performance, Security, & Compliance
Simon Crosby is CTO of the Data Center & Cloud Division at Citrix. He was founder and CTO of XenSource prior to the acquisition of XenSource by Citrix. Previously, he was a principal engineer at Intel where he led strategic research in distributed autonomic computing, platform security and trust. He was also the founder of CPlane Inc., a network optimization software vendor, where he held a variety of executive roles. Prior to CPlane, Crosby was a tenured faculty member at the University of Cambridge, UK, where he led research on network performance and control, and multimedia operating systems. He is author of over 35 research papers and patents on a number of datacenter and networking topics including security, network and server virtualization, resource optimization and performance. In 2007, he was awarded a coveted spot as one of the IT world's Top 25 CTOs.
 
 
Sudip Datta  - Oracle


GENERAL SESSION: The Enterprise Private Cloud - From Infrastructure to Applications
Sudip Datta is a Senior Director of Product Management for Oracle Systems Management products. He had been instrumental in conceptualizing and driving Oracle's solutions in Configuration Management and Software Provisioning. Currently, he has been actively working on the management aspects of Enterprise Private Cloud.
 
 
Kevin Delson  - MySpace


Cloud Testing for Affordable Website Reliability
Track: Management, Performance, Security, & Compliance
Kevin Delson serves as Vice President of Quality Assurance for MySpace. In this role, he oversees all global software changes and new feature deployment production readiness including the recent launches of a WebIM platform, Music Video platform, as well as many other features now available on the site. In the past 11 months, he has managed an expansion in automation to over 20,000 tests, cross browser support, and a reduction in execution by more than 500%. Kevin joined MySpace in 2007 as Executive Director of Data Center Operations, where he led the build out and operations of eleven data centers across the U.S. He also led the development of providing business analytics to the entire technical operations of MySpace.

Prior to joining MySpace, Kevin served as Staff Vice President Information Technology Security for WellPoint, the nation's largest health plan. In this role, he was responsible for system security, governance, audit coordination, and incident and intrusion detection, prevention and response.
He joined Wellpoint in 2001 as an Information Technology technical expert.

Mr. Delson also spent several years as a consultant primarily working with many Southern California media giants performing program management, infrastructure management and technical architecture, planning and delivery roles. He taught for several years at the collegiate level, and began his technical career as a field service engineer for digital equipment corporation.

Kevin holds an MBA from California State University Dominguez Hills and an undergraduate degree in Physics from California State University Northridge. He is an avid reader and has planned and participated in multiple bicycle tours covering over 40 U.S. States.
 
 
Stephen Elliot  - CA


Cloud Management: What You Don't Know Can Hurt You
Track: Hot Topics
Stephen Elliot is vice president of strategy for CA’s Infrastructure Management and Data Center Automation business unit. In this role, he is focused on key areas such as business unit technology, strategy creation, analyst relations, market positioning, partner development, and customer deals. Prior to CA, Stephen was research director for IDC's Enterprise Systems Management Software Service and Industry Insights' IT Management Service. In this role, Stephen’s primary focus was research, analysis, and strategy advisory on enterprise management markets and the impact of emerging and evolving technologies on IT organizations. Stephen earned a B.A. from the University of Southern California and completed graduate work at American University. He has also completed Harvard Business School's Executive Education course on Strategic Financial Analysis for Business Valuation.
 
 
Lars Ewe  - Cenzic Inc.


Security in the Cloud: Protecting Your Cloud Apps
Track: Management, Testing, Security & Interoperability
Lars Ewe is CTO and VP of Engineering at Cenzic. He is a technology executive with broad background in (web) application development and security, middleware infrastructure, software development and application/system manageability technologies. Throughout his career Ewe has held key positions in engineering, product management/marketing, and sales in a variety of different markets. Prior to Cenzic, he was software development director at Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., responsible for AMD's overall systems manageability and related security strategy and all related engineering efforts.
 
 
Mike Feinberg  - EMC


GENERAL SESSION: Partly Cloudy - The Need for Hybrid Clouds
Mike Feinberg is Senior Vice President of the Cloud Infrastructure Group at EMC Corporation. With 2008 revenues of $14.9 billion and approximately 40,000 employees, EMC is the world's leading developer and provider of information infrastructure technology and solutions that enable organizations of all sizes to transform the way they compete and create value from their information.

Feinberg joined EMC to lead the Technology Ventures Group which was formed in May of 2006 with the objective of addressing emerging customer and technology trends and delivering products and solutions that will revolutionize existing IT paradigms. In February of 2008, EMC created a new division to focus on the emerging opportunities for cloud-based solutions and services.

Prior to joining EMC in May 2006, Feinberg served as Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of HP Storage, where he was responsible for strategy and technical direction. Before that, he was Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of StorageApps, a network-based storage virtualization company. He has also held strategic roles for Morgan Stanley IT, including Vice President for Infrastructure Engineering. Feinberg started his career at IBM and Data General. He holds a Bachelors Degree in Math and Computer Science from Binghamton University and a Masters Engineering Degree in Computer Science from Cornell University.
 
 
Pau Garcia-Mila  - eyeOS


Moving the Operating System & Desktop to the Cloud
Track: RIAs in the Cloud SOA in the Cloud
Pau Garcia-Mila is the co-founder of eyeos (start-up founded in spain to create the Open Source Cloud's Desktop in 2005 which is now established locally in Spain, France and Germany and operating all over the world). He was the youngest member of the '08 Center for Entreprenurial Learning student from the Judge Business School at Cambridge University in the UK.
 
 
Ken Gardner  - SOASTA Inc.


CTO POWER PANEL: Where's the Cloud Headed Next?
Ken Gardner, executive chairman for SOASTA, is an industry veteran with more than 30 years in the enterprise software industry. He is a six-time entrepreneur having previously been the founder and CEO of Istante (acquired by Oracle in December 2004); Sagent Technology (IPO in April 1999); ReportSmith (acquired by Borland in March 1994); and ViewPoint Systems (acquired by Knowledgeware in June 1992). His first startup, in 1985, was Tesseract Corporation where he was senior vice president of Technology. From 1978 to 1985, he worked in R&D at Tymshare, Inc.
 
 
Rick German  - Stoneware


POWER PANEL: Virtualization Power Panel moderated by Jeremy Geelan
Rick German is Co-founder, CEO and Chief Technology Officer of Stoneware, Inc. and has been the company's President and CEO since inception. He is one of the key architects of Stoneware’s webOS and is heavily involved in the company's efforts to move Web Desktop Virtualization into the “cloud” computing space. Prior to founding Stoneware in 2000, German was the Vice President of System Engineering for Cornerstone Systems.
 
 
Rick German  - Stoneware


CTO POWER PANEL: Where's the Cloud Headed Next?
Rick German is Co-founder, CEO and Chief Technology Officer of Stoneware, Inc. and has been the company's President and CEO since inception. He is one of the key architects of Stoneware’s webOS and is heavily involved in the company's efforts to move Web Desktop Virtualization into the “cloud” computing space. Prior to founding Stoneware in 2000, German was the Vice President of System Engineering for Cornerstone Systems.
 
 
Rick German  - Stoneware


Introduction to Private Cloud Computing – An Access Story
Track: RIAs in the Cloud SOA in the Cloud
Rick German is Co-founder, CEO and Chief Technology Officer of Stoneware, Inc. and has been the company's President and CEO since inception. He is one of the key architects of Stoneware’s webOS and is heavily involved in the company's efforts to move Web Desktop Virtualization into the “cloud” computing space. Prior to founding Stoneware in 2000, German was the Vice President of System Engineering for Cornerstone Systems.
 
 
Gene Golovinsky  - AlertLogic


Securing Cloud-Based Applications - ­A Primer For The Uneasy
Track: Management, Testing, Security & Interoperability
Gene Golovinsky is Vice President of R&D at Alert Logic. He is responsible for research and development activities. Prior to Alert Logic, he served as Director of R&D at BMC Software, where he led an internationally distributed development organization delivering shared development services and infrastructure components to other development organizations within BMC. Golovinsky holds an MS in Computer Engineering from the Technical University of Communication and Transportation in St. Petersburg, Russia.
 
 
Sam Gross  - Unisys


GENERAL SESSION: A New Generation of Secure Cloud Computing Solutions
Sam Gross is Vice President of Global IT Outsourcing Solutions at Unisys Corporation, where he leads the vision, strategy, technology development and implementation for Unisys innovative global IT outsourcing solutions. He is a recognized industry expert and thought leader in business and IT alignment, application management, service level management and enterprise systems management. His experience spans financial services, telecommunications, federal contracting, retail and manufacturing. With more than 20 years of experience leading transformational IT change in the United States and abroad, Gross has driven innovation across strategic planning, IT process reengineering and implementation, and technology and product management. Before joining Unisys, he was responsible for global architecture and engineering at CSC. Follow him on Twitter.
 
 
Trisha Gross  - Hubspan


Leveraging Cloud-Based Integration to Increase Customer Loyalty
Track: RIAs in the Cloud SOA in the Cloud
Trisha Gross is president and CEO of Hubspan, a leading provider of business integration solutions. An experienced executive with more than 20 years in the technology and service industries, she has a wealth of expertise in ERP and supply chain management, systems implementation, consulting, and client services and support
 
 
Jeremiah Grossman  - WhiteHat Security


Top Cloud Computing Security Risks: Trends, Business Effects, How to Fight Them
Track: Management, Testing, Security & Interoperability
Jeremiah Grossman, Founder & CTO, WhiteHat Security, is a world-renowned Web security expert. A co-founder of the Web Application Security Consortium (WASC), he was named to InfoWorld’s Top 25 CTOs in 2007 and is often quoted in major publications such as SC Magazine, Forbes and USA Today. He has authored dozens of articles and whitepapers, is credited with the discovery of many cutting-edge attack and defensive techniques, and is a co-author of “XSS Attacks: Cross Site Scripting Exploits and Defense.” Grossman is also an influential blogger who offers insight and encourages open dialogue regarding research and vulnerability trends. Prior to WhiteHat, Grossman was an information security officer at Yahoo!, responsible for performing security reviews on the Company's hundreds of websites.
 
 
Scott Hammond  - newScale


Managing Sprawl and Self-Service for Virtual Machines
Track: Server, Desktop & Storage Virtualization
Scott Hammond is the president and CEO of newScale, the leading provider of Service Catalog software for the virtual data center. He is widely recognized as a visionary in the enterprise software market, as the leader of several successful startups and prior management roles at Hewlett Packard, Oracle, and Xerox.
 
 
Steve Hanna  - Trusted Computing Group


Trusted Computing for Virtualization Security
Track: Management, Performance, Security, & Compliance
Steve Hanna is co-chair of the Trusted Network Connect Work Group in the Trusted Computing Group and co-chair of the Network Endpoint Assessment Working Group in the Internet Engineering Task Force. An inventor or co-inventor of 30 issued U.S. patents, he holds an A.B. in Computer Science from Harvard University.
 
 
Adam Hawley  - Oracle


Virtual Infrastructure: What is Required for the Cloud
Track: Server, Desktop & Storage Virtualization
Adam Hawley is Sr. Director of Product Management for Oracle VM, Oracle's server virtualization and management product. Over the last ten years, he has been deeply involved in the development of resource management, data center management, and virtualization products through his career at HP, Sun, and Oracle. During his time at Sun, Hawley headed up the product management group that introduced Solaris Containers before moving to lead the N1 Marketing and Product Management group.
 
 
Amy Hodler  - Tranxition


Virtual Desktop Personalization Made Easy
Track: Server, Desktop & Storage Virtualization
Amy Hodler is the Director of Product Management at Tranxition. She has more than 15 years of experience in project and program management, business development and product management for computer software companies. She has held a number of management positions in both small and large companies including, EDS, Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard (HP). Prior to joining Tranxition, Hodler was a product manager at HP where she was responsible for product planning and execution of Client Automation software for desktop management and then Server integrations with Microsoft System Center throughout each product’s lifecycle. She joined HP through the acquisition of Consera Software, a provider of server resource management solutions, where she was responsible for relationship management and business development. She brings extensive experience in enterprise software and services to Tranxition, and throughout her career has specifically focused on advancing superior solutions for managing IT resource through integrated processes and configuration.
 
 
Martin Ingram  - AppSense


Delivering Desktop Virtualization
Track: Server, Desktop & Storage Virtualization
Martin Ingram provides the strategic direction for the AppSense products, ensuring that they meet with current and future customer requirements. He is widely recognised as a visionary commentator on the whole desktop virtualization space. He has driven the expansion of the AppSense Management Suite to encompass the broader array of application delivery technologies. Ingram also provides vital guidance to the research and development team around information security, corporate compliance and the legal issues of technology. He has 15 years industry experience and has held senior strategic product management and engineering positions at leading technology companies in the US and UK, including: Kalypton, Clearswift, Baltimore Technologies, Content Technologies, Avid Technologies and Tektronix.
 
 
Mike Kavis  - Cloud Technology Partners


POWER PANEL: Virtualization Power Panel moderated by Jeremy Geelan
Mike Kavis is Vice President & Principal Cloud Architect at Cloud Technology Partners. He has served in numerous technical roles such as CTO, Chief Architect, and VP positions with over 25 years of experience in software development and architecture. A pioneer in cloud computing, Mike led a team that built the world’s first high speed transaction network in Amazon’s public cloud and won the 2010 AWS Global Startup Challenge. An expert in cloud security, he is the author of “Architecting the Cloud: Design Decisions for Cloud Computing Service Models (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS)” from Wiley Publishing.
 
 
Mike Kavis  - Cloud Technology Partners


Cloud Testing for Affordable Website Reliability
Track: Management, Performance, Security, & Compliance
Mike Kavis is Vice President & Principal Cloud Architect at Cloud Technology Partners. He has served in numerous technical roles such as CTO, Chief Architect, and VP positions with over 25 years of experience in software development and architecture. A pioneer in cloud computing, Mike led a team that built the world’s first high speed transaction network in Amazon’s public cloud and won the 2010 AWS Global Startup Challenge. An expert in cloud security, he is the author of “Architecting the Cloud: Design Decisions for Cloud Computing Service Models (IaaS, PaaS, SaaS)” from Wiley Publishing.
 
 
John Keagy  - GoGrid


POWER PANEL: Virtualization Power Panel moderated by Jeremy Geelan
John Keagy is Founder, Chairman and CEO of GoGrid, a global leader in cloud and hybrid infrastructure hosting. John is an Internet infrastructure pioneer, with nearly 20 years of experience as a CEO building, operating successful Internet service providers. At ServePath, now known as GoGrid, Keagy drove the early growth of the dedicated server hosting market by introducing multiple firsts, including multiprocessor servers and hosted load balanced server networks. His entrepreneurial skills and strategic vision have led ServePath’s and now GoGrid’s rapid growth. The company was named to Deloitte’s “Technology Fast 500” in recognition of its growth (#11 in Silicon Valley and #77 in North America) in previous years.
 
 
Moe Kermani  - Bycast


GENERAL SESSION: Does Enterprise-Class Cloud Storage Really Exist?
Moe Kermani is CEO and President of Bycast Inc. and has extensive experience with technology driven companies. Before joining Bycast in 2000, Moe was the Chief Scientist and Director of Research and Development for Sonigistix Corporation. Previously, Moe was involved in physics research at the TRIUMF Particle Physics Research Laboratory. Moe holds a M.Sc. and Ph.D. in physics from the University of British Columbia, and he has been awarded several US patents.
 
 
Irfan Khan  - Sybase


Developing Successful Cloud Strategies By Evaluating Data Infrastructure Demands
Track: IaaS, Cloud Platforms, Cloud Storage
Irfan Khan is CTO of Sybase. He oversees all the technology offices in each of Sybase's business units. Together with architects residing within the technology offices, Khan ensures the customers' voice and needs of the market are reflected within the company's innovation and product development. In addition, he oversees Sybase technology evangelism efforts.

 
 
Irfan Khan  - Sybase


CTO POWER PANEL: Where's the Cloud Headed Next?
Irfan Khan is CTO of Sybase. He oversees all the technology offices in each of Sybase's business units. Together with architects residing within the technology offices, Khan ensures the customers' voice and needs of the market are reflected within the company's innovation and product development. In addition, he oversees Sybase technology evangelism efforts.

 
 
Kutay Kilic  - Sybase


Virtualizing Resources in Production Database Systems
Track: Server, Desktop & Storage Virtualization
Kutay Kilic is Chief Solutions Architect of Sybase's Financial Services Industry Group, based in New York.
 
 
Danny Kim  - FullArmor Corp.


Endpoint Management and Security as a Service
Track: Hot Topics
Danny Kim is CTO at FullArmor Corp. He is a 20+ year veteran of programming and taking to market the latest technologies and innovations starting from DOS 2.x to Unix distributed computing to Windows server and client security and management. Kim is a Microsoft MVP and recognized industry expert on Security, Directory based services, Datacenter automation, and Cloud based computing. He has helped more than 30 Fortune 100 companies, including Bank of America, Boeing, and Wal-Mart, design and deploy their security policies, DataCenter automation, and Cloud-based infrastructures. He has also architected and developed several leading Windows policy management and virtualization products which have been licensed by Microsoft, NetIQ, Citrix, HP, Sony, Toshiba and others. His current passion is working with disruptive technologies around virtualization and cloud based computing.
 
 
Sudhir Kulkarni  - SellPoint


Application Infrastructure and Middleware on Demand
Track: Hot Topics
Sudhir Kulkarni is CTO of SellPoint Inc. He oversees all technical activities including SellPoint's patented Active Product Tour technology, on-demand application deployment and network infrastructure. Kulkarni has more than 15 years of experience in evangelizing and delivering state-of-the-art software solutions in diverse disciplines such as internet applications, middleware, and system management tools. Prior to SellPoint he served as Vice-President of Engineering for LiveVox, where he managed 24x7 datacenters and a globally distributed engineering team. Previously, he was Managing Director of Informatica India, where he was responsible for delivering products and services through the development and integration of leading-edge technologies. He was also Vice-President of Engineering at Certive, Inc., he also led engineering teams at BMC and Oracle.
 
 
Monica Lam  - Stanford University


Three Core Technologies for Virtualization-Based Desktop Management
Track: Server, Desktop & Storage Virtualization
Monica Lam is a Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University and is the founder of MokaFive. She received a B.Sc. from University of British Columbia and a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University and has worked in the areas of compiler optimization, software analysis and virtualization.

 
 
Tony Langenstein  - Iowa Health System


GENERAL SESSION: Disaster Recovery in the Storage Cloud - Customer Case Study
Tony Langenstein is Director of Infrastructure, Iowa Health System. He has been with Iowa Health System since 2001 overseeing project design, implementation, and strategy development. Previously, he spent seventeen years developing software for government, aircraft, telecommunications, and healthcare organizations. He holds a Masters degree from Johns Hopkins University and a Bachelors degree from University of California, both in Computer Science.
 
 
Elaine Lennox  - IBM


How the CIO Becomes a Hero Again
Track: RIAs in the Cloud SOA in the Cloud
Elaine Lennox is VP, Dynamic Infrastructure at IBM.
 
 
Steve Lesem  - Mezeo Software


The Profit Model for Cloud Computing
Track: Hot Topics
Steve Lesem is President/CEO of Mezeo Software. Previously, He was Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of the managed hosting provider VeriCenter. He has also served in leadership positions at SafeNet, BMC Software and IBM. Steve holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Texas at Austin. He is the primary author of the Cloud Storage Strategy Blog, which frequently sees posts picked up by publications in the IT services and Web hosting spaces.
 
 
Victoria Livschitz  - Grid Dynamics


Moving HPC Apps to the Cloud: The Practitioner's Perspective
Track: Hot Topics
Victoria Livschitz is the Founder & CEO of Grid Dynamics Consulting Services. An award-winning entrepreneur and innovator, she has been an industry authority in the fields of Java, Grid and Cloud Computing for over 15 years. Prior to founding Grid Dynamics in 2006, Livchitz served for 10 years at Sun Microsystems, as a Principal Technologist with leadership roles in System Engineering, Professional Services, Product Development and Research. Prior to Sun, she worked at Ford Motors as a High Performance Computing Engineer. Among her pioneering achievements are industry-first architecture design systems such as the first Java-based Factory Automation for General Motors, the first real-time fraud detection system for Visa and the first commercial Cloud Compute Utility offering for Sun Microsystems.

 
 
Tom Lounibos  - SOASTA


Cloud Testing for Affordable Website Reliability
Track: Management, Performance, Security, & Compliance
Tom Lounibos, CEO for SOASTA, oversees the company's operations, sales and marketing arms and is responsible for the company's go-to-market strategy. He brings more than 30 years of experience in building early stage software companies, leading two companies to successful IPOs. Most recently, Lounibos was CEO of Dorado Corporation. Previous to Dorado, he was EVP for Sagent Technology through its 1999 IPO, entrepreneur-in-residence at Crosspoint Venture Partners, and held executive positions at Digitalk Corporation, Knowledgeware (KWI), and Encore Financial Services. He has also served on several Boards in the Silicon Valley.
 
 
Mike Malloy  - New Relic


To Stop the Cloud Blame Storm, You Must See Inside the Running Cloud Application
Track: Enterprise-Class Cloud Computing
Mike Malloy leads marketing and sales at New Relic, Inc. New Relic offers RPM, an Application Performance Management solution that enables developers to quickly and cost effectively detect, diagnose, and fix application performance problem for apps in the cloud or in the datacenter. More than 2700 customers use New Relic RPM to monitor and optimize their applications. RPM is also integrated with the leading cloud platforms from Engine Yard, RightScale, Heroku, Stax and Webbynode.
 
 
Richard Marcello  - Unisys


OPENING KEYNOTE: The Time is Right for Enterprise Cloud Computing
Rich Marcello is a senior vice president of Unisys and serves as President of Systems & Technology. He was elected an officer by the Board of Directors in July 2007. As president of Systems & Technology, he leads a team of experts who design and develop technologies, enterprise servers and related solutions that operate in mission-critical, transaction-intensive environments. In this role he is responsible for all aspects of the business including product development and technology, product marketing, supply chain operations and worldwide sales and services. Prior to joining Unisys, Marcello had many years of experience in building and leading world-class technology organizations with Hewlett Packard (HP), where he was Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Business Critical Servers product line within the Enterprise Storage and Servers global business unit.
 
 
Jamal Mazhar  - Kaavo


Application Infrastructure and Middleware on Demand
Track: Hot Topics
Jamal Mazhar is Founder & CEO of Kaavo. He possesses more than 15 years of experience in technology, engineering and consulting with a range of Fortune 500 companies including GE and ING. He established ING’s “Center of Excellence for B2B” which streamlined $2 billion per month in electronic money transfer operations. As Lead Architect at GE Capital e-Business team, Mazhar directed analysis and implementation efforts and improved the performance of the website generating more than $1 billion in annual lease revenues. At Trilogy he provided technical and managerial expertise for several large scale e-business implementation projects for companies such as Boeing, NCR, Gartner, British Airways, Quantas Airways and Alltel.
 
 
Jeffrey Miller  - Cloud Sherpas


Migrating Collaborative Applications to the Cloud
Track: RIAs in the Cloud SOA in the Cloud
Jeff Miller is a highly accomplished information technology executive with over 15 years experience with demonstrated skills and subject matter expertise in enterprise knowledge management and information collaboration technologies, including email messaging, instant messaging, and cloud computing. Most recently, he successfully led the migration of one of the largest enterprise customers to the cloud, migrating over 30,000 users. Previous to his cloud experience he also led the design and implementation of a large on-premise messaging deployment – consisting of over 35,000 seats – overseeing multiple operational and support teams. Additionally, Miller is accustomed to managing multi-million dollar annual budgets overseeing IT services, maintenance, and professional service agreements with technology vendors.
 
 
Hameed Mohammed  - Microsoft


How the Web Hosting Industry is Embracing Cloud
Track: IaaS, Cloud Platforms, Cloud Storage
Hameed Mohammed is an Industry Manager at Microsoft. He is responsible for strategy and solutions for hosted cloud and managed services. Prior to Microsoft he managed data center services, disaster recovery, mainframe services and also delivered IT solutions at Verizon. Before that, he was at Intel's telecom, wireless and digital home marketing groups. He co-founded a startup software company selling Linux based Operations/Business Support Systems (OSS/BSS) software platform for communications industry. He also worked in Sun Microsystems' Microprocessor engineering division.
 
 
Charley Moore  - RocketLawyer.com


Law in the Cloud - How Lawyers and Clients both Benefit from Cloud Computing
Track: Hot Topics
Charley Moore is the founder and CEO of Rocket Lawyer. His experience as a lawyer working with consumer services, start ups, and small law firms taught him that something was missing -­ an easy to use platform where legal documents can be created and shared by everyone. That's why he started RocketLawyer.com.

 
 
Hezi Moore  - Reflex Systems


Policy Enforcement in the Virtualized Data Center
Track: Server, Desktop & Storage Virtualization
Hezi Moore is Sr. Founder and CTO of Reflex Systems. He brings more than 15 years experience in security, networking and entrepreneurial expertise to Reflex Systems. In his role of CTO, he is responsible for shaping the company's technology strategy and defining the roadmap for future design and development of innovative, integrated network security solutions and delivering them to market. Moore led the effort to develop the industry's first Virtual Security Appliance (VSA) that provides visibility and security for virtual network infrastructure. Prior to founding Reflex Systems, Moore was president and co-founder of MicroTech Systems - a firm specializing in network design and configuration of point-of-sale systems - which was subsequently acquired by Retail Technologies International of Sacramento, California. He has also held such diverse occupations as a technical support and research analyst for GE Technology. Moore was a pioneer of the automated network intrusion response system, the concept out of which Reflex Systems grew.
 
 
Louis Naugès  - Revevol


Cloud & SaaS Proponents: Know Your Enemies!
Track: Hot Topics

Louis Naugès is Co-Founder & Chief Cloud Evangelist of Revevol, one of the largest international consulting companies 100% focused on Cloud and SaaS. He has 30 years of IT experience. Very few people in Europe have his knowledge and expertise in Cloud & SaaS technologies and applications. He works directly with CIOs of very large organizations. Revevol was the first EMEA distributor of Google Apps and the largest worldwide organization deploying Google Apps is one of Revevol's clients.

 
 
Chuck Neerdaels  - Yahoo!


Yahoo! Scalable Storage and Delivery Services
Track: IaaS, Cloud Platforms, Cloud Storage
Chuck Neerdaels is VP of Content Storage, Delivery, and Edge at Yahoo! He is one of the co-authors of what eventually became known as the squid caching server. Neerdaels and his teams have built caching, storage, and streaming distributed systems at Netscape, Inktomi, Akamai, and for the last several years at Yahoo!
 
 
Bhushan Nene  - Microsoft


Building Scalable and Extensible RIAs on Windows Azure
Track: RIAs in the Cloud SOA in the Cloud
Bhushan Nene is a Principal Architect in Platform Evangelism division in Microsoft. He has written deep technical whitepapers as well as published a book and is currently involved in helping Microsoft's top Software Partners adopt Windows Azure.
 
 
Peter Nickolov  - 3Tera Cloud Division, CA Technologies


CTO POWER PANEL: Where's the Cloud Headed Next?
Peter Nickolov is President & CTO at 3Tera. He is a recognized expert in scalable infrastructure technologies including operating systems, networks and storage. He has unique experience in delivering successfully new types of products in a fast-paced startup environment and is the architect of the core technology behind 3Tera's AppLogic grid operating system that enables utility computing for SaaS and Web 2.0 services.

Nickolov is a serial entrepreneur who has founded four technology companies. Prior to 3Tera (the NetworkWorld's Category Breaker Award winner for 2007), he founded Z-force, a storage networking company that pioneered file switching and NAS aggregation and Object Dynamics, a software company providing network infrastructure software. In the last 20 years he has authored 30 patents and has over 50 innovations in the areas of operating systems, multi-threading, kernel mode and real-time software, network protocols, file systems and computing resource aggregation.

 
 
Peter Nickolov  - 3Tera Cloud Division, CA Technologies


Which Cloud is Right for You?
Track: RIAs in the Cloud SOA in the Cloud
Peter Nickolov is President & CTO at 3Tera. He is a recognized expert in scalable infrastructure technologies including operating systems, networks and storage. He has unique experience in delivering successfully new types of products in a fast-paced startup environment and is the architect of the core technology behind 3Tera's AppLogic grid operating system that enables utility computing for SaaS and Web 2.0 services.

Nickolov is a serial entrepreneur who has founded four technology companies. Prior to 3Tera (the NetworkWorld's Category Breaker Award winner for 2007), he founded Z-force, a storage networking company that pioneered file switching and NAS aggregation and Object Dynamics, a software company providing network infrastructure software. In the last 20 years he has authored 30 patents and has over 50 innovations in the areas of operating systems, multi-threading, kernel mode and real-time software, network protocols, file systems and computing resource aggregation.

 
 
Jason Noel  - Unisys


You Have a Virtualized Environment, Now What Do You Do?
Track: Management, Performance, Security, & Compliance
Jason Noel is the Vice President of the Unisys Global Customer Advisory practice. The mission of his team is to provide world-class services for assisting clients in the continuous development and execution of their Data Center Transformation strategy, with a particular focus on Cloud Computing.

He is also the host of “A Show About Cloud Computing to Show You That We're Smart”, which has its own ‘Unisys Cloud TV' Playlist on TheUnisysChannel on YouTube.

Jason joined Unisys from ChoicePoint Inc. where he was a business unit technology executive and corporate Assistant Vice President of Technology. In this role Jason had full responsibility for defining and executing the IT strategy that continues to support this business. Also at ChoicePoint, Jason led the integration and consolidation of the technology infrastructures of four acquired companies. This integration and consolidation included initiatives such as application modernization, data center consolidation, and the transformation to an agile technology infrastructure that could adapt in real-time to support ever-changing business requirements. Prior to ChoicePoint Jason was an IT executive for successful marketing technology start-up MITI. Jason is also a veteran of the United States Army.

Jason is a Certified Information Security Manager
 
 
Jason Noel  - Unisys


You Have a Virtualized Environment, Now What Do You Do?
Track: Management, Performance, Security, & Compliance
Jason Noel is the Vice President of the Unisys Global Customer Advisory practice. The mission of his team is to provide world-class services for assisting clients in the continuous development and execution of their Data Center Transformation strategy, with a particular focus on Cloud Computing.

He is also the host of “A Show About Cloud Computing to Show You That We're Smart”, which has its own ‘Unisys Cloud TV' Playlist on TheUnisysChannel on YouTube.

Jason joined Unisys from ChoicePoint Inc. where he was a business unit technology executive and corporate Assistant Vice President of Technology. In this role Jason had full responsibility for defining and executing the IT strategy that continues to support this business. Also at ChoicePoint, Jason led the integration and consolidation of the technology infrastructures of four acquired companies. This integration and consolidation included initiatives such as application modernization, data center consolidation, and the transformation to an agile technology infrastructure that could adapt in real-time to support ever-changing business requirements. Prior to ChoicePoint Jason was an IT executive for successful marketing technology start-up MITI. Jason is also a veteran of the United States Army.

Jason is a Certified Information Security Manager
 
 
Kevin Noonan  - Push2Cloud


Cannibalizing Google App Engine
Track: Management, Testing, Security & Interoperability
Kevin Noonan is the architect of Push2Cloud, the dual-Cloud storage service for maximum availability and reliability. (http://www.push2cloud.com) [Photo of Kevin Noonan by Phil O'Kane.]
 
 
Greg O'Connor  - AppZero


POWER PANEL: Enterprise-Level Cloud Computing: Far-Off Dream or Present Reality?
Greg O'Connor is President & CEO of AppZero. Pioneering the Virtual Application Appliance approach to simplifying application-lifecycle management, he is responsible for translating Appzero's vision into strategic business objectives and financial results. O'Connor has over 25 years of management and technical experience in the computer industry. He was founder and president of Sonic Software, acquired in 2005 by Progress Software (PRGS). There he grew the company from concept to over $40 million in revenue. At Sonic, he evangelized and created the Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) product category, which is generally accepted today as the foundation for Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). Follow him on Twitter @gregoryjoconnor.

 
 
Greg O'Connor  - AppZero


Case Study: Fortune100 Data Center Provisions To and From * Cloud with Virtual Application Appliances
Track: Management, Testing, Security & Interoperability
Greg O'Connor is President & CEO of AppZero. Pioneering the Virtual Application Appliance approach to simplifying application-lifecycle management, he is responsible for translating Appzero's vision into strategic business objectives and financial results. O'Connor has over 25 years of management and technical experience in the computer industry. He was founder and president of Sonic Software, acquired in 2005 by Progress Software (PRGS). There he grew the company from concept to over $40 million in revenue. At Sonic, he evangelized and created the Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) product category, which is generally accepted today as the foundation for Service Oriented Architecture (SOA). Follow him on Twitter @gregoryjoconnor.

 
 
Brian Ott  - Unisys


Hosting your Application in a Cloud
Track: IaaS, Cloud Platforms, Cloud Storage
Brian Ott is VP Worldwide Customer Advisory Team at Unisys. He is responsible for leading and ensuring consistent and successful worldwide implementation of five new service lines - IT Management Advisory Services, Microsoft Services, Infrastructure Optimization Services, Storage Services, and ClearPath Services. He has been the featured speaker at many industry events, with subject matter that included SOA, strategic transformation approaches, strategic enterprise technology architecture, business process redesign, Unisys 3D Blueprinting Approach, and developing roadmaps for successful business and IT transformation. He has been published and quoted in many industry magazines and periodicals. Prior to his current role, Ott was the VP & CTO for Unisys Systems and Technology organization responsible for setting the enterprise architecture and technology strategy for Unisys solutions portfolio. He also provided global leadership of Unisys Real Time Infrastructure Strategic Program Office (RTI SPO).
 
 
Anil Parambath  - CSS Corp


Migrating an Enterprise Application to the Cloud: A Case Study
Track: Enterprise-Class Cloud Computing
Anil M Parambath is Vice President, Operations at CSS Corp. - a global business and technology solutions provider, specializing in services to enterprises, independent software vendors(ISVs) and end consumers of technology.
 
 
Geva Perry  - "Thinking Out Cloud" Blog


To Stop the Cloud Blame Storm, You Must See Inside the Running Cloud Application
Track: Enterprise-Class Cloud Computing
Geva Perry is a software executive and a Cloud Computing blogger. Formerly he was General Manager, Cloud Computing, at GigaSpaces. Prior to joining GigaSpaces, he was COO at SeeRun, a developer of real-time business activity monitoring software. Perry received a Bachelor's degree from Hebrew University and holds an MS from the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism and an MBA from Columbia Business School.
 
 
Mark Piller  - Midnight Coders


Rich Internet Applications in the Cloud - A Match Made in Heaven
Track: RIAs in the Cloud SOA in the Cloud
Mark Piller is the founder and Chief Architect of Midnight Coders, an innovative company specializing in products for RIA development, testing, integration and analytics. Mark has over 15 years of software development experience. For the past six years he has been specializing in building software infrastructure products designed to integrate Flex, Flash, Silverlight and AJAX applications with a variety of backend systems, including .NET, Java and PHP. Mark is very passionate about ease-of-use of software and prides himself in creating technologies that clearly demonstrate that quality.
 
 
Kevin Piper  - Altor Networks


Revolutionizing Security Through Virtualization
Track: Management, Performance, Security, & Compliance
Kevin Piper is currently the Director of Technical Operations at Altor Networks where he helps customers deploy solutions to protect their virtualized environments. Prior to joining Altor Networks, he spent 8 years at Check Point Software Technologies. In his last role at Check Point, Piper was the Manager of the Partner Solutions Engineering team and was responsible for building and testing some of the industries most advanced security solutions. Previously, he worked as a Technology Consultant in the Compaq Professional Services Division where he spent many years building secure networks for a variety of companies


 
 
Bill Platt  - NComputing


Bringing Cloud Computing Down to Earth with Ultra Low-Cost Endpoints
Track: IaaS, Cloud Platforms, Cloud Storage
Bill Platt is Sr. VP of Engineering & Support at NComputing. He leads NComputing's global engineering hardware and software development organization as well as the worldwide customer support team. Before joining NComputing, Platt was executive vice president of products at Wyse Technology, a leader in thin client computing.
 
 
Bill Platt  - NComputing


New-Generation Virtualization Technologies with Ultra Low-Cost Endpoints
Track: Server, Desktop & Storage Virtualization
Bill Platt is Sr. VP of Engineering & Support at NComputing. He leads NComputing's global engineering hardware and software development organization as well as the worldwide customer support team. Before joining NComputing, Platt was executive vice president of products at Wyse Technology, a leader in thin client computing.
 
 
Agatha Poon  - Yankee Group


GENERAL SESSION: Cloud Federation: The Perfect Storm?
Agatha Poon is a senior analyst in Yankee Group's Anywhere Enterprise research group. Poon focuses on the overall consulting and research activities with a particular focus on enterprise IT infrastructure services. She closely follows the strategies and transformational models of leading technology vendors and emerging service providers in the enterprise market.


 
 
Jon Pyke  - Cordys


The Cloudy World of Disposable IT
Track: Hot Topics

Jon Pyke is a globally recognized Business Process Management pioneer and luminary with over 30 years experience in the IT industry working for a number of software and hardware companies as well as user organizations.

He was the Chief Technology Officer and a main board director of Staffware Plc from August 1992 until Tibco acquired the company in 2004. While at Staffware, he was responsible for driving the product strategy and positioning for the company, including the design and development of the IProcess Engine. He also had management responsibility for a large development team based in the UK and the USA.

 
 
Raghu Ramakrishnan  - Yahoo!


GENERAL SESSION: Key Challenges in Cloud Computing and How Yahoo! is Approaching Them
Raghu Ramakrishnan serves as Chief Scientist for Cloud Computing and is responsible for the scientific innovation required to develop Yahoo!’s cloud initiatives, leveraging expertise in data serving, grid computing, storage, and virtualization technology. In addition, Ramakrishnan is Chief Scientist for Audience, and heads the Web Information Management group in Yahoo! Research. Prior to joining Yahoo! he was a Professor of Computer Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and was founder and CTO of QUIQ, a company that pioneered question-answering communities, powering Ask Jeeves' AnswerPoint as well as customer-support for companies such as Compaq.
 
 
Ranjith Ramakrishnan  - Cumulux


Building Scalable and Extensible RIAs on Windows Azure
Track: RIAs in the Cloud SOA in the Cloud
Ranjith Ramakrishnan is Co-Founder & CTO of Cumulux. He co-founded the company in 2008 with a strong belief that Cloud Computing would transform Enterprise software. Previously he held key positions at Microsoft for 10 years including driving product strategy for Windows. He was also a founder of a funded Silicon Valley SaaS startup in the B2B procurement space.
 
 
Surendra Reddy  - Yahoo!


Walking Through Cloud Serving at Yahoo!
Track: Enterprise-Class Cloud Computing
Surendra Reddy is currently the Vice President of the Integrated Cloud and Virtualization group at Yahoo! where he is responsible for cloud serving platform and data center virtualization strategy & engineering. He joined Yahoo! from Amitive, a SCM-as-a-Service company, where he was the CTO/VP of engineering and was responsible for the technology strategy and engineering. Prior to that (2003-2007), he founded and launched a grid computing and data center automation company, Optena, where he was responsible for technology strategy and execution as the Chief Technology Officer.Reddy specializes in Grid computing, on-demand services (SaaS, PaaS and cloud), Web 2.0/Enterprise 2.0 and services architectures (SOA).
 
 
Chris Richardson  - SpringSource


Top Infrastructure Headaches When Managing Applications in the Cloud
Track: RIAs in the Cloud SOA in the Cloud
Chris Richardson is Head of Cloud Development at SpringSource. He's also Founder at CloudFoundry.com. He is a hands-on architect and mentor with over 20 years of experience and author of POJOs in Action. He's a Java Champion and holds a computer science degree from the University of Cambridge in England.
 
 
Ellen Rubin  - CloudSwitch


Enterprise Cloud Computing Gets Real: Case Studies & Application Use Cases
Track: Enterprise-Class Cloud Computing
Ellen Rubin is the Founder & VP Products at CloudSwitch. She's an experienced entrepreneur with a proven track record in founding innovative technology companies and leading strategy, market positioning and go-to-market. Prior to founding CloudSwitch, Ellen was a member of the early management team at Netezza (NYSE: NZ), the pioneer and market leader in data warehouse appliances, where she helped grow the company to over $125M in revenues and a successful IPO in 2007. Prior to Netezza, she founded Manna, an Israeli and Boston-based developer of real-time personalization software. Rubin began her career as a marketing strategy consultant at Booz, Allen & Hamilton, and holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and an undergraduate degree from Harvard College.

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Scott C. Sanchez  - ScaleUp


How Cloud Computing *Improves* Security
Track: Management, Testing, Security & Interoperability
Scott C. Sanchez, CISSP is Security and Privacy Officer at ScaleUp Cloud and a recognized thought leader in security and cloud computing. He brings with him nearly 20 years of IT leadership experience managing global security programs at Goldman Sachs and Bristol-Myers Squibb, and has also had success as an entrepreneur, having founded and profitably sold both a security consulting firm and a medical software company.

Sanchez earned his Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) accreditation in 2000 and serves as a member of both the US Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force and the FBI InfraGard team. In his spare time, he serves as a volunteer Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and disaster worker with the American Red Cross.

 
 
Scott C. Sanchez  - ScaleUp


How Cloud Computing *Improves* Security
Track: Management, Testing, Security & Interoperability
Scott C. Sanchez, CISSP is Security and Privacy Officer at ScaleUp Cloud and a recognized thought leader in security and cloud computing. He brings with him nearly 20 years of IT leadership experience managing global security programs at Goldman Sachs and Bristol-Myers Squibb, and has also had success as an entrepreneur, having founded and profitably sold both a security consulting firm and a medical software company.

Sanchez earned his Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) accreditation in 2000 and serves as a member of both the US Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force and the FBI InfraGard team. In his spare time, he serves as a volunteer Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and disaster worker with the American Red Cross.

 
 
John Savageau  - Pacific-Tier Communications


NEW MEDIA POWER PANEL: Ulitzer, Ning and the Future of New Media & Social Journalism
John Savageau is a lifelong telecom and Internet geek, with a deep interest in the environment and all things green. Whether drilling into the technology of human communications, cloud computing, or describing a blue whale off Catalina Island, Savageau will try to present complex ideas in terms that are easily appreciated and understood.

John Savageau is President of Pacific-Tier Communications dividing time between Honolulu and Long Beach, California.

A former career US Air Force officer, Savageau graduated with a Master of Science degree in Operations Management from the University of Arkansas and also received Bachelor of Arts degrees in Asian Studies and Information Systems Management from the University of Maryland.
 
 
Chris Schin  - Zetta


Hosting Primary Data in the Cloud
Track: IaaS, Cloud Platforms, Cloud Storage
Chris Schin is Vice President, Products at Zetta. He is responsible for coordinating all product-related initiatives, including product strategy, direction, and marketing, as well as business model and go-to-market process definition. Prior to joining Zetta, he was acting GM and Senior Director for Symantec Protection Network, Symantec's Software as a Service platform. Prior to joining Symantec, Schin launched and ran a highly successful consulting practice helping technology startups with market research, strategy creation, TCO and competitive analyses. He has also served as director of product management at both Blue Titan Software and Intersperse Software.
 
 
Shelton Shugar  - Yahoo!


KEYNOTE: Accelerating Innovation with Cloud Computing
Shelton Shugar is senior vice president of cloud computing at Yahoo!. The Cloud Computing organization is focused on developing a next-generation on-demand cloud infrastructure for Yahoo! and driving the strategy for its utilization. Shugar reports directly to Ari Balogh, EVP Products & CTO.

Prior to Yahoo!, Shugar was most recently an engineering leader at eBay, where he was responsible for all product development for Shopping.com and product catalog services for eBay

Shugar’s background includes technology leadership positions at market leading companies over more than twenty-five years, including: executive vice president and chief information officer at MDA, U.S. Financial Services Group; senior vice president and chief technology officer at Homestore, Inc. (currently Move.com); and vice president, engineering at Verisign, Inc..

Shugar holds a M.S. in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University and a Bachelors in Music from Peabody Conservatory of Music, both in Baltimore, MD.

 
 
Jill Tummler Singer  - Tummler Singer Associates


Enterprise Cloud Computing - The Infrastructure’s Ultimate Revenge
Track: Enterprise-Class Cloud Computing
Jill Tummler Singer recently completed 27 years of direct Federal Service and is the CEO for Tummler Singer Associates, LLC., a woman-owned consulting firm. Her last federal assignment was as the Chief Information Officer for the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO) where she was responsible for Information Technology, Information Assurance, and Information Management. The NRO, as part of the 16-member Intelligence Community, plays a primary role in achieving information superiority for the U.S. Government and Armed Forces. Prior to joining the NRO, she served as the Deputy CIO for the Central Intelligence Agency.

Jill Singer has served in several senior leadership positions within the Federal Government including Director of the Diplomatic Telecommunications Service, U.S. Department of State and Chief of Systems Engineering, Architecture, and Planning for CIA’s global infrastructure organization. She has held industry positions with Science Applications International Corporation, Inc. (SAIC), GE Aerospace, and IBM. She received her MS in Systems Analysis and BS in Computer Science from the University of West Florida. She is a graduate of several leadership programs including the Federal Executive Leadership Program and the University of Virginia’s (UVA) Executive Leaders Program.

Currently she serves as an Executive-on-Ground for the UVA McIntire School of Commerce and as a member of the AFCEA Cyber Committee. She has received numerous awards including CloudNow Legacy Award (2013); Top Ten Global Breakaway CIO (2012); Top Ten Women in Cloud (2012); Ten Most Powerful Women in Federal Technology (2011); CIA Mentor of the Year (2010); CIO Executive Council “Ones to Watch” (2010); and CIO Magazine Stand-Out Award for Collaboration and Influence (2010). She is also an accomplished speaker and published author http://jillsinger.ulitzer.com.
 
 
David Snead  - W. David Snead, PC


Negotiating the Virtual/Grid/Cloud Legal Minefield
Track: Server, Desktop & Storage Virtualization

David Snead is an attorney who specializes in technology legal issues impacting companies who provide services to others. His views on legislation affecting small-to-medium internet businesses have been quoted in the Washington Post and San Jose Mercury News. He is a frequent speaker as well as a columnist and blogger for the WHIR.

 
 
Krishna Subramanian  - Citrix


Shifting Clouds: How the Cloud Landscape is Evolving
Track: Enterprise-Class Cloud Computing
Krishna Subramanian leads marketing for the Cloud Platforms Group at Citrix where she is responsible for marketing the company’s rapidly growing cloud business –from core products including XenServer, CloudPlatform and CloudPortal to cloud solutions such as IT-as-a-Service. Krishna joined Citrix in May 2011 through the acquisition of Kaviza, the industry leader in easy affordable desktop virtualization. At Kaviza, Krishna served as chief operating officer, marketing, sales and alliances. Prior to Kaviza, Krishna led mergers and acquisitions for the Sun Microsystems Cloud Computing business that delivered over a half-billion dollars of incremental revenue. Before Sun, Krishna was the CEO and co-founder of Kovair, a software-as-a-service CRM company that grew to become a Computerworld Top 100 Emerging Company. Subramanian holds a Master’s degree in computer science from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. She brings over 20 years of industry experience to Citrix in enterprise software, virtualization and cloud computing. Twitter handle: @cloudKrishna
 
 
Willie M. Tejada  - Akamai Technologies


POWER PANEL: Enterprise-Level Cloud Computing: Far-Off Dream or Present Reality?
Willie M. Tejada is Senior Vice President & General Manager of the Enterprise Cloud Division at Akamai. He leads the Akamai team responsible for enabling enterprises to leverage the Internet and public cloud computing services for their business applications.

With more than 15 years of marketing, product management, and business development experience, Tejada joined Akamai in March 2007 as part of the Netli acquisition. His service at Akamai includes having led the rapid growth of the Application and Site Acceleration Business Units targeted at optimizing the delivery of sites and applications over the Internet and the launch of Akamai's security and mobile products. A seasoned executive, he has held various senior management positions in both start-up and large enterprise companies including Novell Inc., the pioneer in local area networking. At Novell he led marketing, product management, developer and strategic relations organizations.

An accomplished communicator and presenter, he is an inventor listed on US Patent 6,078,924, and also the author of Facilitating Competitive Intelligence: The Next Step in Internet-Based Research published in CRC Press' "Best Practices Series" in Internet Management.

 
 
Willie M. Tejada  - Akamai Technologies


Combining the Cloud with the Computing: Strategies for Optimizing the Cloud
Track: Management, Testing, Security & Interoperability
Willie M. Tejada is Senior Vice President & General Manager of the Enterprise Cloud Division at Akamai. He leads the Akamai team responsible for enabling enterprises to leverage the Internet and public cloud computing services for their business applications.

With more than 15 years of marketing, product management, and business development experience, Tejada joined Akamai in March 2007 as part of the Netli acquisition. His service at Akamai includes having led the rapid growth of the Application and Site Acceleration Business Units targeted at optimizing the delivery of sites and applications over the Internet and the launch of Akamai's security and mobile products. A seasoned executive, he has held various senior management positions in both start-up and large enterprise companies including Novell Inc., the pioneer in local area networking. At Novell he led marketing, product management, developer and strategic relations organizations.

An accomplished communicator and presenter, he is an inventor listed on US Patent 6,078,924, and also the author of Facilitating Competitive Intelligence: The Next Step in Internet-Based Research published in CRC Press' "Best Practices Series" in Internet Management.

 
 
Ian Thain  - Sybase Inc


NEW MEDIA POWER PANEL: Ulitzer, Ning and the Future of New Media & Social Journalism
As one of the Sybase Tools Technical Evangelist, Ian regularly addresses technical audiences all over the world and his sessions are always very well attended. He also writes education classes, whitepapers, demos and articles for various Sybase products and publishes regularly in Journals such as SYS-CON's PBDJ and International Developer Magazine. He is also the Sybase Unwired Server & PocketBuilder Evangelist and works closely with the team in Dublin, CA and Concord, MA on new features and demonstrations for the products. He is also Tech Chair of iPhone Development Summit 2009 - New York (June) and San Francisco (September). In his customer-facing Evangelist role, Ian is very involved with the design, production and testing of Enterprise class Unwired Solutions, that have been implemented using Sybase's Unwired tools for Sybase customers around the globe. In addition, Ian is a dedicated technical expert continually working with Sybase's key partners and clients to enhance the capabilities of the Unwired solutions that Sybase can offer to its customers.
 
 
John Treadway  - Unisys


Hosting your Application in a Cloud
Track: IaaS, Cloud Platforms, Cloud Storage
John Treadway is the Global Director of Cloud Computing Solutions at Unisys. In this role, John is responsible for cloud services and solutions business lines, and leads the Unisys Cloud Strategy Council. Prior to joining Unisys in 2009, John was an entrepreneur and consultant on enterprise technology marketing and strategy. John has been both a user of cloud computing in his companies, and a consultant on cloud computing. Previously, John served as vice president at Financial Fusion (A Sybase Company) where he built and led marketing, customer service, and other functions in this vendor of e-financial services solutions. John blogs at http://cloudbzz.com and http://johntreadway.ulitzer.com/, and tweets at http://twitter.com/cloudbzz.
 
 
Jonathan Trevor  - Yahoo!


Yahoo! Query Language - YQL: Select * from Internet - Including Live Demo!
Track: Hot Topics
Dr Jonathan Trevor works in the Y! Platform group. He innovates and creates various applications and services - e.g Yahoo! Query Language (YQL), Pipes, application platform. Previously he was a senior research scientist at FX Palo Alto Laboratory, working on mobile and ubiquitous systems, computer-supported cooperative work & human-computer interaction. He has a PhD in computer science, University of Lancaster, UK, 1995
 
 
Rob Tweed  - M/Gateway Developments


A New Role in the Cloud for a Tried and Tested Schemaless Database
Track: RIAs in the Cloud SOA in the Cloud
Rob Tweed is a director and co-founder of M/Gateway Developments Ltd, a UK company specializing in Web, internet and integration technologies since 1996. He has assisted major companies worldwide to develop enterprise-scale Web applications and is the developer of the design-focused Enterprise Web Developer (EWD) AJAX development framework. More recently M/Gateway has begun focusing on schemaless database technologies for use in the Cloud. Rob is the developer of M/DB, an Open Source API-compatible alternative to SimpleDB and M/DB:X, a cloud-ready Native XML Database.
 
 
Rani Selvarajoo Urbas  - Oracle


Cloud Computing Drives Real World Enterprise IT Value
Track: Enterprise-Class Cloud Computing
Rani Selvarajoo Urbas currently manages product strategy for Oracle On Demand. Over the last 18 years, she has held a variety of roles at ERP leaders including Oracle, Siebel and PeopleSoft, among others. In addition to more than seven years in product management and global strategy, she has more than 10 years in field sales, including responsibilities in the United States, Europe and management roles in Asia Pacific.
 
 
Kaj Van de Loo  - SAP


Next-Generation On-Demand
Track: Hot Topics
Kaj van de Loo is Sr. VP for Platforms and On Demand in the Office of the CTO of SAP AG. Leading SAP’s center of excellence for Platforms and On Demand within the Office of the CTO, he is responsible for providing technology leadership and translating business objectives into strategic product and technology directions for the technology platforms of the company. He has more than 15 years experience within the SAP ecosystem, as customer, partner, as well as within SAP. Prior to assuming his current position at SAP, he was the Vice President of Engineering at Questra, a provider of Intelligent Device Management solutions that bring real world devices into business processes. He is based in SAP Labs in Palo Alto, CA.
 
 
Thorsten von Eicken  - RightScale


My Cloud, Your Cloud, Our Cloud
Track: IaaS, Cloud Platforms, Cloud Storage
Thorsten von Eicken is the CTO and a founder of RightScale and is responsible for the overall technology direction of the RightScale Cloud Management Platform. Previously, he was founder and chief architect at Expertcity (acquired by Citrix Online), where he directed the architecture of the company's online services, including the popular GoToMeeting service. von Eicken also managed the Expertcity/Citrix data center operations, where he acquired deep knowledge in deploying and running secure, scalable online services. He was a professor of Computer Science at Cornell University and received his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley.
 
 
Rob Walters  - The Planet


POWER PANEL: Enterprise-Level Cloud Computing: Far-Off Dream or Present Reality?
Rob Walters is Director, Product Management at The Planet. He joined the company in 2008 and as director of product management he is responsible for the strategy and delivery of the company’s entire portfolio of products, including cloud storage, advanced services, storage and data protection, and managed hosting. He previously served as The Planet’s general manager for storage and data protection. Prior to joining The Planet, Walters worked for Rackspace Hosting where he was director of product management, responsible for the development of its managed hosting product portfolio.

Additional experience includes work with Hewlett-Packard, where he was a senior product manager. At HP, Walters was responsible for the roadmap and delivery of several products in the OpenView application management portfolio. Walters also worked for EMC Corp. as a product manager in its product strategy group. Earlier in his career, Walters worked for American Express, where he was a team manager and lead software specialist in distributed engineering and systems management. Walters earned an M.B.A. from the Johnson Graduate School of Management at Cornell University, as well as a master’s degree in computer science from Birkbeck College at the University of London. At the University of Westminster in London, he earned an undergraduate degree in psychology.

 
 
Rex Wang  - Oracle


KEYNOTE: Cloud Computing: Separating Hype from Reality
Rex Wang is Vice President of Product Marketing at Oracle where he leads go-to-market strategy, sales enablement and marketing for cloud computing, databases, management systems, virtualization, operating systems, MySQL and enterprise architecture. He joined Oracle through the acquisition of Sleepycat Software, where he was the Vice President of Marketing and led marketing, product management and partner development. Prior to Sleepycat, Rex headed Product Marketing, Strategic Marketing and Alliance Marketing for Openwave Systems. Before that, he was VP Product Marketing at Confer Software and a management consultant for CSC Index. He holds a BSEE degree from Caltech and MSEE and MBA degrees from Stanford University.
 
 
Jason Waxman  - Intel


GENERAL SESSION: Unleashing the Economic Benefits of Cloud Computing
Jason Waxman is a vice president in the Intel Architecture Group and general manager of the Cloud Platforms Group within Intel's Datacenter and Connected Systems Group. He manages Intel's business, products and technologies for cloud service providers, a rapidly growing data center business segment. Waxman oversees the company's technology development for cloud computing, including silicon components, optimized system design, data center management, security and facility optimization.

Waxman joined Intel in 1997 as a product marketing engineer and has spent his Intel career in enterprise and data center computing. Before leading the Cloud Platforms Group, he served as general manager of high-density computing and as marketing director of Intel Xeon platforms, leading the definition and introduction of several enterprise platforms. Before coming to Intel, Waxman worked in strategic planning and manufacturing for Emerson Electric, an industrial components company, and as a management consultant.

Waxman has held board roles in the Open Compute Foundation and the Server System Infrastructure Forum, and he managed Intel's role as technical advisor to the Open Data Center Alliance.
 
 
Jeff Whitehead  - Zetta


Building and Managing a Multi-petabyte Storage System
Track: IaaS, Cloud Platforms, Cloud Storage
Jeff Whitehead is CTO of Zetta. As CIO of Shutterfly he led the rapid growth from less than one petabyte of storage to over six petabytes, improving availability. Whitehead was co-founder of Memory Matrix and was Director of Operations for Shopping.com, Dealtime and Epinions. At Netscape he developed global load balancing.
 
 
Terry Woloszyn  - Leeward Security


POWER PANEL: Enterprise-Level Cloud Computing: Far-Off Dream or Present Reality?

Terry Woloszyn is Founder/CTO of Leeward Security Ltd. Prior to founding Leeward, he was the Founder/CTO of PerspecSys Inc., the leading solution addressing cloud application adoption challenges of data privacy, residency, and security. He continues to serve on the board of directors of PerspecSys. Before that he held executive and leadership positions with the IBM Software Group, and CrossWorlds Software which pioneered Enterprise Application Integration. Woloszyn has been at the forefront of many emerging technologies and has helped establish a worldwide presence for a variety of software organizations including Siebel, Scopus (CRM/SFA), Gupta (DB), Information Builders (BI), and Netwise (RPC).

 
 
Terry Woloszyn  - Leeward Security


Addressing Data Privacy, Residency, and Security when Adopting Cloud Applications
Track: Enterprise-Class Cloud Computing

Terry Woloszyn is Founder/CTO of Leeward Security Ltd. Prior to founding Leeward, he was the Founder/CTO of PerspecSys Inc., the leading solution addressing cloud application adoption challenges of data privacy, residency, and security. He continues to serve on the board of directors of PerspecSys. Before that he held executive and leadership positions with the IBM Software Group, and CrossWorlds Software which pioneered Enterprise Application Integration. Woloszyn has been at the forefront of many emerging technologies and has helped establish a worldwide presence for a variety of software organizations including Siebel, Scopus (CRM/SFA), Gupta (DB), Information Builders (BI), and Netwise (RPC).

 

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