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Cloud Conversations
A three-part series

Part I

Part II

Part III

There's no question: cloud is a multi-dimensional and multi-disciplinary topic. It embodies a new class of software, new approaches to infrastructure, new delivery models, new implications for IT management, and certainly, new business value.

That's why HP is bringing together experts from distinctly different domains to have an in-depth and integrative conversation about a wide range of elements related to the cloud.

You are invited to a 3-part roundtable, where HP experts from each domain will discuss cloud technologies and new practices, and how global-class cloud computing will blend and augment traditional enterprise-class technologies and practices.

This will be a multi-media, interactive event, and we will encourage active audience participation. If you're an application or operations executive, CTO or architect, service manager or PMO lead, this is a unique opportunity to look across the silos, and understand how cloud will re-shape much of the technology landscape.

Moderated by:

Rebecca Lawson
Director of Service Management and Cloud Solutions, Hewlett-Packard


Featured Speakers:

David Cannon, ITSM Practice Principal, Hewlett-Packard
Russ Daniels
VP & CTO, Cloud Services Strategy, Hewlett-Packard
Sheehan Tim Hall
Director of HP Software SOA Software, HP
Keith Jahn, Member of the Office of the CTO for HP Software
Sheehan John Manley
Director, Automated Infrastructure Lab, HP Labs Bristol
Scott McClellen
VP & Chief Technologist for Scalable Computing Infrastructure, Hewlett-Packard


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