Posted by: Greg Ness | May 21, 2010

Senior Tech Execs on Networks and Cloud Computing

Future In Review Panel: Is the Network Ready for Cloud Computing?

Future in Review is Mark Anderson’s annual tech conference, described by The Economist as “the best technology conference in the world.”  Our session on networks and clouds followed Mark’s interview with Microsoft CTO Ray Ozzie on “The Complex World of Emerging Platforms, from Cloud to Phone.”  After Ray and Mark set the stage by talking about new platforms and complexity, we had the opportunity to explain why today’s networks need to be automated.

This 30 minute panel “Is the Network Ready for Cloud Computing” includes:

  • Glenn Dasmalchi, Tech Chief of Staff, Office of the CTO, Cisco Systems;
  • Lew Tucker, former Cloud CTO, Cloud Computing, Sun Microsystems;
  • Mark Thiele, VP Data Center Strategy, ServiceMesh;
  • Yousef Khalidi, Distinguished Engineer, Windows Azure, Microsoft;
  • Richard McDougall, Chief Cloud Application Architect and Principal Engineer, Office of the CTO, VMware; and
  • Greg Ness (blog author), Vice President, Infoblox.

 

You can view the session here.

FIRE: Cisco’s Dasmalchi and Service Mesh’s Thiele with VMware’s McDougall

You can also check out a recent video interview at Interop on network automation and a recent blog featured at A Bright Fire.


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