Friday, February 26, 2010

CloudCamp @ Chennai - 23rd Feb 2010

 The camp started with a registration @ welcome desk. A welcome note by Dave and Prem triggered the events of CloudCamp.  The lightening speech by organizations that sponsored the event provided some basic information on cloud computing.
The camp then opened up for an unpanel discussion where various types of questions from the audience were listed on a white board. Dave entertained volunteers from the registrants and sponsors to answer the queries posted. A query on multimedia was answered by Ezhilarasan Babaraj, Program Director, CSS Labs @ CSS Corp.
After all the posted questions were answered, the registrants were asked to provide topics for presentations and any clarifications to be discussed in an unconference session that followed shortly. An effective thought process by Dave helped in segmenting those topics and delegated the same to the venues allocated to CloudCamp @ Department of Management Studies, Anna University, Chennai.

Venue 1: Auditorium
  1. Introduction to Cloud by Dave Neilsen, Co-Founder, CloudCamp
  2. Virtualization 
  3. Startup business - Hosting of static websites in S3 by Ram Prasanna, Research Associate, CSS Labs, CSS Corp

    Venue 2: Class room 1
    1. Private Cloud  
    2. Hybrid Cloud by Prashant Vivek, Research Associate, CSS Labs, CSS Corp 
    3. Data security
      Venue 2: Class room 2
      1. Storage as Service  
      2. Key-Value Store – RIAK by Samuel, Lead- Research, CSS Labs, CSS Corp  
      3. Auto scaling & Auto deployment of applications in Cloud by Nagarajan Vedachalam, Technical Architect, CSS Labs, CSS Corp
        After attending the sessions of their choice, the participants assembled back at the Auditorium and a vote of thanks delivered by organizers.

        Snapshots of CloudCamp, Chennai 

        2 comments:

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        Cloud computing is the technology of future, we will see it on broad scale through firms, for which organization have to pay. It is a process done by others.

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