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+ - Leading Cloud PaaS vendors to meet in Deathmatch series->

Submitted by JavaGenosse
JavaGenosse (1174861) writes "In this engaging format of knock-out `PaaS Deathmatch`panel discussions, co-hosted with 4th annual Cloud Slam’12 conference May 30-31, 2012 in San Francisco, “Players” (accompanied by one of their clients) will defend their platforms by presenting use cases / show benefits / discuss successes based on PaaS deployments.
This inaugural PaaS Deathmatch series aims to cover following topics:
- Depth vs Breadth: when do you need single language PaaS or multiple language PaaS
- IT and business perspectives on cloud platforms: problems and solutions, developer/user adoption; open source vs proprietary; application frameworks (Spring, GWT, Rails, Django etc.)
- Future directions of cloud platforms (Private vs Hosted / Public PaaS)
- Additional platforms: integration, security, middleware

PARTICIPANTS LIST
ActiveState Stackato
AppHarbor
AppScale
EngineYard
OpenShift
WSO2

TOURNAMENT TABLE
May 30, 10:30am, Match 1, Referee – Audience, Room D
May 30, 11:05am, Match 2, Referee – Audience, Room D
May 30, 2:20pm, Match 3, Referee – Audience, Room D
May 31, 10:30am, Match 4, Referee – Audience, Room D
The referees (independent analysts or audience) select the winner who will receive title recognition and complimentary sponsorship of a future event by Cloudcor.
Seats are subject to availability on first come basis. Register Now and Pick Your PaaS DeathMatch ticket at http://cloudslam.eventbrite.com/
Use #paasdeathmatch hashtag on May 30-31 to keep track of updates on Twitter"

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Cloud

+ - James Gosling, Java Creator designs a Cloud Platfo->

Submitted by JavaGenosse
JavaGenosse (1174861) writes "Dr. James Gosling will be a part of discussion featuring top PaaS players Microsoft, IBM, and CumuLogic will look at the dramatic changes PaaS had undergone in recent months. Discussions will include a focus on multi-language support, multi-cloud deployment capabilities and common developer services as well as delving into the transformation of platform services from one of the greatest sources of cloud lock-in to one of the most open and flexible approaches to leveraging infrastructure services."
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Supercomputing

+ - What is Cloud Computing ?->

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JavaGenosse
JavaGenosse writes "Pretty cool discussion on what is Cloud Computing, its place in changing future of IT and how different IT professionals understand it. It goes beyond wikipedia definitions and popular magazines articles, providing pretty unusual viewpoints and lots of insights. http://groups.google.ca/group/cloud-computing/browse_thread/thread/73e1030b18df3730"
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