2010 Speaker List
Hear from IT leaders and industry experts in more than 100 sessions at the leading business technology event.
Sr. Director of Product Management, NetScaler and Cloud Product Group, Citrix
Steve Shah is part of the marketing team in the NetScaler and Cloud Product group where he drives product direction and go-to-market strategy. Before returning to Citrix, Steve Shah was the principal of RisingEdge Consutling, a boutique consulting firm that specialized in strategic marketing for datacenter infrastructure products and cloud computing. Some of Steve's customers include Citrix Systems, Coradiant, Silver Peak, and Amadeus Capital. Prior to his return to consulting, Steve Shah was the VP of Product Strategy and Co-founder of Asyncast which built a NLP engine for use in new media and telephony applications. Steve uses his experience of being the customer, engineer, and marketeer to identify new market opportunities and drive technology in new directions as a result. He gained his expertise by holding various product management, engineering, and system administrator roles at Citrix Systems, NetScaler, Array Networks, and Alteon Web Systems.
Monday, October 18, 2010, 11:30 AM-12:00 PM
A cloud data center has different power, network, and storage requirements from a traditional one. In this session, we'll cover the changes that private cloud environments will bring to the underlying infrastructure.
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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Thursday, October 21, 2010, 2:00 PM-3:00 PM
The great growth over the last few years in the use of Web applications combined with the recent interest in cloud computing has caused IT organizations to realize that simple server load balancers can’t keep up with the emerging demands. What is needed is an application delivery controller (ADC). In addition to balancing traffic, an ADC offloads computationally intensive tasks off of a server farm. However, the ADCs that are currently available in the market differ dramatically in terms of their underlying architectures and the functions that they provide. In this fast-paced, PowerPoint-free session, leading ADC vendors will be asked questions that serve to identify the similarities and differences between their products.