ScienceLogic Selected to Present at Third Annual UP 2012 Cloud Computing Conference
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) San Francisco, CA and Reston, VA (PRWEB) December 11, 2012
For the second consecutive year Antonio Piraino, CTO, ScienceLogic will be a featured speaker at the UP 2012 Cloud Computing Conference taking place December 12, 2012 in San Francisco and online.
In his session, Piraino will discuss why cloud operations should be viewed as traditional IT operations on steroids. Today, cloud computing technologies support a dramatically different operating model that focuses on how quickly replacement compute can be operational instead of how quickly troubleshooting can fix a problem. In the cloud, overall application and service availability is maximized, and individual infrastructure failures are minimized. His session will explore why the amount of cloud operations data – accessible at aggregated levels for trending and at granular levels for targeting and alerts – combined with the speed at which this information must be processed, analyzed and acted upon, requires a level of automation that has never been seen before.
Title: Faster, Bigger, Smarter: Intelligent Automation of Cloud Operations
Date: Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Time: 11:00am – 11:30am PT
Auditorium: Room D
“I’m honored to have been selected to present for the second year in a row at UP 2012,” said Piraino. “Today’s IT environments are fluid and more complex than ever before, making automation and smart IT essential components of any organization’s operating model. Helping enterprises and MPSs manage and monitor their data center and cloud operations to improve the way they do business is a key component of my role as CTO, and I’m looking forward to sharing this knowledge with conference attendees.”
How to participate:
Delegates wishing to attend can purchase tickets for UP 2012 at http://up-con.com/register-now.
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About Cloudcor® and UP 2012
UP 2012, produced by Cloudcor Inc® is one of the worlds largest independent cloud computing conferences, now in its forth year and which is delivered virtually to a global audience of 20,000+ business decision makers via the Internet. UP 2012 encompasses a tried and tested hybrid format event, which last year attracted a global audience in excess of 10,000 senior business decision makers. For more information about UP please visit http://www.up-con.com
The standard for centralized, “Smart IT” operations and dynamic cloud management across any mix of data center and cloud environments, ScienceLogic enables service providers and enterprises to improve IT efficiency as well as deliver differentiated service offerings. The ScienceLogic platform unites and correlates critical IT functions and data to provide a constantly updated, actionable view of business service delivery. In contrast to legacy tools, ScienceLogic pre-integrates event, fault, availability, performance and asset management, as well as service desk and runbook automation, in a single product. The platform is easily extended to manage both existing and emerging technologies and applications, making it a solid foundation for the fluidity of modern IT environments.
ScienceLogic is a selected Network Management Module in the Cisco Smart Business Architecture; Registered Developer in the Cisco Developer Network Program; certified by VCE as Vblock Ready; certified as VMware Ready and a VMware Elite Technology Alliance Partner; Dell Independent Software Vendor partner; NetApp Platinum Elite Partner. For more information, visit http://www.sciencelogic.com.
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