The Cloud Grows Up
Hundreds of startups and small businesses have launched and scaled in the last few years, with little more than a bright idea and a credit card — all thanks to affordable cloud solutions like Amazon, Box, and Salesforce.
The cloud continues to deliver these advantages today. But now it’s not just a promise: Cloud technologies have a credible story and solid case studies to tell prospective customers in the enterprise.
Now in its third year, VentureBeat’s highly-acclaimed CloudBeat conference will track the growing maturity of the cloud through two days of high-value discussions, case studies, breakout sessions, and exclusive announcements.
- Register today!
- Follow the buzz on Twitter with the hashtag #CloudBeat.
- Read all the latest CloudBeat news on VentureBeat.
- And download the app (for iPhone or Android) to stay connected with CloudBeat and meet other attendees.
Lew Tucker of Cisco & Randy Bias of CloudScaling at CloudBeat 2012
Unlike nearly all other cloud events, the customers themselves are front and center. Their discussions with vendors and other experts unearth rare lessons on cloud adoption, providing insights and actionable data on new technologies, what really works, who’s buying what, and where the industry is going.
In other words, it’s not just your usual empty promises. CloudBeat will be filled with data and insights from the real world.
This year’s program features new cases from PayPal, NASA, Netflix, Pivotal, Linkedin, Disney, General Electric, IBM, Google, and Salesforce, to name a few. They’ll feature a senior IT executive from each company, talking about cloud strategy and implementation.
Pivotal CEO Paul Maritz will be speaking for the first time about the vision for his new product, Pivotal One, which he’s calling the “operating system for the cloud.”
Salesforce COO and second-in-command George Hu will also be making a rare appearance to talk about his company’s industry-leading SaaS tech.
CloudBeat will help you find new investors, new hires, and new business opportunities through a series of organized initiatives including roundtable lunch discussions, quick-connect sessions, receptions, and dinners.
The dealmaking that happens at CloudBeat is tremendous
We’ve also got a slick new networking app to help you make connections with attendees and participants prior to, during, and after CloudBeat. Here’s how to get connected in 3 easy steps:
1. Download the App (iPhone, Android)
2. Search For ‘CloudBeat’
3. Click ‘Join’
A company pitches during the Innovation Showdown
Register today for the premiere event on enterprise cloud adoption!