2010 Speaker List
Hear from IT leaders and industry experts in more than 100 sessions at the leading business technology event.
Vice President of Product Management, Novell
In his role of Vice President of Product Management, John Stetic works to help set the strategic vision and future roadmaps for multiple product lines with particular focus on the emerging management of enterprise cloud environments. John is responsible for overseeing the product management teams for Novell's management products including ZENworks, PlateSpin and Novell BSM product lines. John was one of the co-founders of PlateSpin and helped drive PlateSpin's product and services offerings globally prior to the Novell's acquisition of the company in March 2008. John has a broad range of experience with innovative emerging software products and projects ranging from wireless application servers to data center management solutions. Prior to joining Novell, Mr. Stetic held engineering and technical positions at a number of software and hardware companies including PlateSpin, Brightspark and Classwave. He holds an Engineering degree from Queen's University and Executive Education from Harvard Business School. John has presented on business and technical issues at numerous high-profile industry trade shows, events and webinar series including: • VMworld • VMworld Europe • Gartner Data Center Conference • BrainShare, Novell's annual user conference
Monday, October 18, 2010, 2:30 PM-3:00 PM
Armed with a set of services, the platforms on which they run, and the management tools to control them, it's time to turn things over to the users. Self-service controls let those users provision, deploy, and relinquish the IT services they need in minutes rather than days. This session will look at how self-service controls should be delivered to ensure reliable, adaptable use of resources in real time.
Monday, October 18, 2010, 9:00 AM-4:30 PM
On-demand computing resources are the most disruptive change in IT of the last decade, and much of that disruption begins at home. Day One of Enterprise Cloud Summit will focus on private clouds -- radically new ways to combine virtualization, automation, and self-service models in order to change how you deliver IT to your business.
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