Cloud computing a hot topic at HP Discover Vegas; Register now, save $300

discover12_banner2_287x150.pngWhat would a current technology conference be without a number of sessions dedicated to cloud and hybrid delivery?  At HP Discover Vegas 2012 cloud is one of eight key topics that will be explored in-depth with dozens of breakout sessions, technical labs and track keynotes.

 

If you can make it to only one IT event this year, Discover Vegas should be on your short list. But don’t delay. Register now to save $300 off the conference fee and reserve the best sessions before they are closed.  See below for details.

 

While more sessions are still being added, this year’s session catalog for HP’s premiere technology event is now available. With more than 800 sessions overall, it can be overwhelming to sort through the comprehensive offerings. To make it easy for you to find the sessions that are most valuable to you, use the advanced search for sessions by track or by topic. The Search by Track view provides the ability to search for sessions by track, by session type, by presenter type, by level, by session title, by keyword, or by sessions that provide practical solutions to specific challenges you are trying to address.

 

This blog post highlights a subset of valuable sessions for attendees interested in cloud.  Check out the online catalog for the full listing of event sessions.

 

 

TK2093 - Track Keynote: Cloud enabling your data center

Cloud computing interest is at a fever pitch, with most organizations starting to explore the potential of this new IT sourcing model. Data center readiness is a critical factor for successfully implementing cloud computing, and this session will describe the steps that must be taken to ensure that data-center technology, staff and processes are fully prepared to maximize the benefits of cloud.

 

 

 

TK2039 - Track Keynote: Winning with HP's Cloud Solutions

Cloud computing is a key technology that delivers innovative services to customers, employees and constituents for both businesses and the public sector. In this session, we'll cover HP's cloud strategy and its implications for the enterprise and public sector. Attendees will learn about the key considerations in adopting cloud computing and how HP solutions can help put them on the right path to a successful cloud journey.

 

 

BB2123 - 5 big ideas that will change your data center in 2012 and beyond

Rapidly changing business needs, the cloud, Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and other forces have been driving IT to think differently. We invite you to join this session and check all your assumptions at the door as we unveil new breakthroughs that will transform the five core pillars in any data center. Get ready to turn the worlds of server, storage, networking, facilities and IT management processes upside down and reconsider each technology’s role in the future of data center computing.

 

 

 

BB2593 - Amplify your business with HP SaaS: rapid time to value and lower TCO

In this session you will learn how HP Software as a Service (SaaS} can help you drive business outcomes by leveraging the cloud for your HP Application Performance Management initiatives. We’ll show you how—by adopting HP Business Service Management 9 (BSM9) on SaaS—you can lower costs and accelerate time to business value. And we’ll explain our flexible licensing options, secure architecture, and advanced implementation services, and present a case study. If you’re considering a new implementation of BSM9 for application performance management or you have an existing on-premises deployment and want to know the advantages of SaaS. this session is for you!

 

 

 

BB2040 - Best practices for starting your cloud journey

This session will highlight what you need to know to get started on your cloud journey. Topics covered include: choosing the right deployment model to align with your business needs, the importance of planning and other tips to help you make the right choices for your business.

 

 

BB3055 - Building a cloud for engineering and product development

Corporate directives on costs, quality and time-to-market are catalysts for transforming product development and engineering services. Cloud computing can be a major component of this transformation. However, there are significant differences between the IT needs of engineering and the rest of the enterprise. This session will provide a detailed look at these differences, why they exist and how to bridge the gap between the engineering community and the global IT organization. You’ll learn about HP’s own engineering IT transformation and the HP Engineering Cloud Transformation Services available to help you at any stage of your initiative.

 

 

BB2044 - Concept to cloud: a customer's journey

This session will focus on actual customer cloud environments. The customer will provide their perspective on the keys to success, like: how to get started, orientation of services, organizational readiness, ‘on-boarding’ of services and the go-to-market options the cloud enables. Specific items to take away from this session will include: industry best practices, lessons learned, definition of goals and success, a vision for cloud at your organization, a model architecture based on service needs and how to obtain leadership support. Attend this session to find out how to make your cloud a success.

 

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Register now and save $300 off the $1795 entrance price. Your resulting admission price will be $1495. Simply enter code DSCVRSW when registering to take advantage of the $300 discount.

Additional information about HP Discover Vegas 2012 is available at www.hp.com/go/discover.

 

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