Cordys to Present at 11th Annual International Cloud Expo
Cloud provider explores top concerns, case studies and best practices for businesses considering the cloud.
Santa Clara and Pleasanton, CA (PRWEB) November 05, 2012
At this year's International Cloud Expo Cordys joins industry leaders helping companies get “cloud ready” with sessions that explore best practices and lessons learned in moving to the cloud. Held November 5 – 8 in the Santa Clara Convention Center, the 11th annual expo brings together enterprise IT's two biggest game changers under one roof – cloud computing and big data.
Recent IDC research shows that worldwide spending on cloud services will grow almost threefold, reaching 44.2 billion dollars by 2013. Cordys' analyst-lauded cloud platform helps businesses move to the cloud quickly and with minimal risk, so they can take advantage of this expanding market and its benefits without delay.
Cordys invites attendees to meet its team and learn more about its solutions in booth #521. Conference attendees can also engage with Cordys company experts at the following sessions:
CEO POWER PANEL | THERE'S NO BUSINESS LIKE THE CLOUD AND BIG DATA BUSINESS!
Moderated by Cloud Expo Conference Chair Jeremy Geelan
Tuesday, November 6, 7:00pm – 7:30pm
Cordys CEO Art Landro will serve as a panelist for this fast-moving "Power Panel" featuring seven industry thought leaders. The panel will discuss top-of-mind business-related concerns for the chief executives of today's foremost cloud and big data companies, including:
- What are the commercial and fiscal benefits of building a business in the cloud?
- What's the business potential of real-time big data analytics?
- What cloud companies will have disappeared by the time we hold the 12th Cloud Expo next June? Why does such consolidation happen?
- What industry vertical is least exploited as yet by cloud players?
Wednesday, November 7, 11:25am
Cordys will demonstrate self-service provisioning, metering and catalogue management in a heterogeneous environment across XaaS. The team will also show examples of how service providers can seamlessly integrate OSS/BSS with operations, creating a great self-service experience.
KEYS TO SERVICE PROVIDER SUCCESS: UNIFY, DIFFERENTIATE AND ACCELERATE
Tom Katayama, sr. solutions architect, Cordys
Glenn Donovan, regional director, Cordys
Thursday, November 8, 8:15am – 9:00am
Tom and Glenn will describe how Cordys helps cloud service provider customers deliver differentiated products, services and experiences in an agile and flexible framework. They will use case study examples to demonstrate how companies can facilitate various cloud service provider business models with this approach. Topics for discussion include:
- Vendor agnostic and unified XaaS provisioning and cloud orchestration,
- service aggregation and value add business applications,
- cloud broker enablement and
- business-friendly self-service interaction.
Cordys is a global provider of cloud platform software that lets you take your business into the cloud quickly and with minimal risk. This analyst-recognized platform has been chosen by Global 2000 enterprises to improve their business operations, deliver better customer service and release additional value from existing IT. The same platform is also used by leading service providers to leverage cloud business opportunities, create new high-value products and services in the cloud, and reduce cost while driving innovation.
The Cordys platform uniquely combines Platform as a Service, enterprise application development, a complete Business Process Management Suite (BPMS) and the next generation of high-productivity middleware.
Headquartered in the Netherlands, Cordys has offices in the Americas, EMEA and Asia-Pacific. For more information on Cordys please visit http://www.cordys.com; to learn more about Cordys in the cloud applications visit http://www.cordysprocessfactory.com.
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