Join AWS and its solution provider ecosystem at CeBIT March 2-6th in Hannover Germany. Amazon CTO Werner Vogels will be the opening industry keynote on March 2nd at 10 a.m. in the Conference Center at CeBIT. AWS will also feature two exhibit locations:
Main Exhibit: Hall 2, B26, featuring theater presentations on topics like cloud security and architecting in the cloud presented by AWS technical evangelist Simone Brunozzi. Featured AWS Solution Providers will have kiosks in the AWS main exhibit. Our second booth location is in Hall 6, H16, Webciety.
Werner Vogels Keynote Opening CeBIT 2010
Successful Strategies in the Cloud: Perspectives from Amazon Web Services
CeBIT and AWS are proud to feature Amazon’s CTO Werner Vogels as the opening industry keynote to begin the CeBIT Global Conference. On March 2nd from 10-10:30 a.m. at the Conference Center on Hannover fairgrounds, Amazon CTO Werner Vogels will conduct a keynote entitled: “Successful Strategies in the Cloud: Perspectives from Amazon Web Services”. Dr. Vogels will cover how Amazon is investing in cloud computing, the business value of cloud computing, and how enterprises are benefiting from AWS in their central computing infrastructure.
AWS CeBIT Exhibition
AWS will have two exhibit areas at CeBIT:
- Main Exhibit: Hall 2, Stand B26
(featuring Solution Provider kiosks and theater presentations)
- Webciety Exhibit: Hall 6, Stand H16
- Map of CeBIT fairgrounds may be found here.
Theater Presentations—AWS and Solution Providers
PaaS meets CaaS: Content-as-a-Service in the Cloud—March 2-3
Alfresco, a leading open source Enterprise Content Management platform will introduce Alfresco Cloud Content Services. These combine Alfresco’s cloud-ready ECM technology and the RightScale cloud management platform to deliver an elastic service for content delivery including Document Management, Social Collaboration, Web Content Management and DoD-certified Records Management.
Reaching the Cloud – Removing the WAN Throughput Bottleneck With Aspera—March 4-6
For the enterprise, scientific and HPC communities: discover how to bridge the performance gap between your data and the cloud. Aspera’s high-speed bulk data transport solution allows organizations to fully realize the scalability, efficiency gains and cost savings in storage and high performance computing applications enabled through Amazon Web Services platform.
Rapid Cloud Integration: Unleash the power of Amazon EC2—March 2-3
Want to get more value from your existing Cloud investments? Instantly access all kinds of data currently locked away in various systems? Now you can. Come see how rapid cloud integration delivers a complete view of your business by connecting Amazon EC2 with other critical cloud-based and on-premise applications in DAYS while cutting costs and building user adoption. Unleash Amazon EC2’s full potential today with Cast Iron Cloud.
Email archiving made easy – ComArchive powered by Amazon Web Services—March 4-6
The three email challenges: 1) Get up to speed working with Outlook and reduce time spent on finding, moving and deleting emails; 2) Reduce the amount of data in your Exchange® Server and still have all emails one click away and 3) Be compliant.ComArchive is the next generation of e-mail archiving. Learn it in a minute – install it in an hour.
There’s a Silver Lining in the Cloud—March 4-6
Companies are abandoning their own networks in favor of cloud computing with lures of limitless bandwidth and storage and scalable compute power. But there are new challenges: How do you accurately cost forecast? What tools are available for cloud management? How do you optimize cost versus performance in the cloud? ELC Technologies will show you how they harness the cloud for their Global 2000 clients.
VNOC: Practical Solutions for Enterprise Cloud Computing—March 2-6
Freedom OSS announces the release of its newest solution for Cloud Computing, VNOC, our patent pending Virtual Network Operations Center. VNOC is your gateway to Operational Excellence in the Cloud for Enterprises and ISV’s alike. Our solution helps manage the largest Cloud deployments and is highly scalable yet easily set up without costly product implementations. The solution provides a granular examination of SLA’s and provides monitoring, governance and cost control tools to support your Cloud investment.
Elastic Data Collection Services using Pervasive DataCloud2—March 2-3
Pervasive DataCloud 2 leverages the elastic AWS infrastructure to deliver a range of Web data services. This case study of an on-demand data collection service shows a real-life example of an economical service implemented within hours that gathers and transforms various XML-format leads from multiple websites into a hosted CRM.
Beyond Theory: Real Applications in the Cloud Today—March 2-3
The cloud offers greater scalability and flexibility in computing but many CTOs and IT managers need more information on how to take advantage of cloud computing– or how to get started. Presenting real-world case studies, Uri Budnik – RightScale Evangelist, will discuss the pragmatics of cloud computing today – what types of applications are best for the cloud and how to get started.
How CRM in the AWS cloud can boost you business!—March 4-5
See how your business can profit from a comprehensive and easy to use CRM solution and how the delivery via AWS brings you massive advantages in implementation, maintenance and scalability.
Social Networks & BPM: Collaborative Process Discovery—March 4-5
Getting started with BPM can be difficult. While many tools are intuitive, maximizing your chances of success requires that you search out people and resources from across your organization and beyond. Find out what ARISalign offers so that you can collaboratively meet your business process goals.
Scientific HPC Data Processing in Amazon EC2—March 4-6
With the maturing of cloud computing, it is now feasible to run scientific HPC applications in the cloud. Data storage and high performance computing resources are fundamental for scientific applications. Outsourcing these services leverages scalability, flexibility, high availability at lower prices compared with traditional in-house data processing. This presentation evaluates Amazon’s EC2/S3 suitability for this scenario, by running a distributed astrometric process developed for the European Space Agency’s Gaia mission in Amazon EC2. The aim is to demonstrate how cloud computing systems can be a cost-effective solution for HPC applications.