Cloud World Forum to Be Held on June 24 25 in London
Monday, May 25, 2015
The Cloud World Forum, which will be held on June 24 – 25 in London, is now in its seventh year and will again host thousands of participants coming from more than 70 countries around the world to meet the industry’s leading Cloud solution providers.
The event features 16 content theaters and offers over 300 enterprise speakers with discussions focused on IoT, DevOps, containerization, hyperscale computing, software defined everything, communications and collaboration, and employee experience. The event will include keynotes, hands-on labs, brainstorming sessions and live demos over two days.
A number of new features have been added to 2015’s program including the Cloud Tech Hub which will connect London’s tech start-up and SME community. Working in conjunction with Tech City influencers, this will bring a dedicated area for new and rising companies to exhibit in, alongside bigger tech players such as Salesforce, Google and more.
On the evening of the 24 June, the event will also host a DevOps meet-up led by David Gildeh, Founder and CEO of new start-up Dataloop.IO, which is focused on building a new monitoring tool for DevOps/Operations teams that run Cloud services at scale.
The event is co-located with Enterprise Apps World and offers the following:
- Leading solution providers demonstrating their new solutions
- Dedicated Start-up/SME exhibition & content zone
- Critical Cyber + Cloud Security & Data Governance Zone
- VIP Networking club lounge: The Village
Read more: http://cloudwf.com/
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