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We are pleased to announce that all of our invited speakers have already confirmed their participation, creating a world-class cloud computing conference featuring internationally recognized expertise.
- Dan Reed from Microsoft, presenting the keynote on Technical Clouds: Seeding Discovery
- Kathy Yelick from Lawrence Berkeley Lab, presenting the keynote on Science in the Clouds: A View from Berkeley
- John Barr from The 451 Group on Cloudy? I Can See Clearly Now!
- Josh Simons, VMware, on The Benefits & Challenges of Virtualizing HPC in the Cloud (or Elsewhere)
- Philippe Massonet, CETIC, on Security in the Cloud: Benefits, Risks & Recommendations
- Boyd Davis, Intel, on Enabling Scalable & Secure Cloud Infrastructures to Meet the Demands of Compute Intensive Workloads
- Pawel Plaszczak, GridwiseTech, about Database-as-a-Service? Your Corporate Data in the Virtualized Data Center
- Randy Bias, Cloudscaling, on A Painful Transition: Private Cloud Implementations for Large Enterprises
- Fritz Ferstl from Oracle on Cloud Deployments across Various Industries
- Maurice Bouwhuis on High Performance Computing Cloud for Dutch Research
- Behrend Freese, UBIRY, about Cloud Economics: Defining the Value of Cloud Computing
- Christian Tanasescu, SGI, on Challenges & Benefits of Running Technical HPC Applications in the Cloud
- Ulrich Schwickerath from CERN about CERN Cloud Computing Infrastructure
- Ignacio Llorente from the University Madrid about OpenNebula Cloud Case Studies
- Gilad Shainer from Mellanox about Bringing Efficiency & Accessibility to the Cloud
- Wolfgang Gentzsch, ISC Cloud General chair, and Chris Ingle from IDC chairing the panel Developing Your Organization’s Cloud – Where to Start, What to Do & What to Avoid
We also included ISC's proven Hot Seat session, Hot Cloud 1 and Hot Cloud 2, with our sponsors Intel, Mellanox, Microsoft, ParTec, Penguin and SGI facing determined inquisitors John Barr from The 451 Group, Behrend Freese from Ubiry, Dieter Kranzlmüller from LRZ & LMU Munich, and Josh Simons from VMware. Another highlight is the debate between Kathy Yelick and Dieter Kranzlmüller about Cloud or not Cloud: That Is the question.
The ISC Cloud'10 program is being organized by an international committee of recognized experts in areas such as cloud computing, high performance computing, and data- and compute-intensive applications in the cloud, in industry and in research.