Questions, Questions, Questions About Cloud Computing
Dr. Michael Salsburg from Unisys to Ask and Answer at Cloud Expo in New York
By: Cloud News Desk
Mar. 24, 2010 03:40 AM
Do you have questions about Cloud Computing? Do you think others have the same, or similar, questions? Would you like someonte to answer them for you?
If so, are you interested in the session to be presented by Dr. Michael Salsburg at Cloud Expo in New York?
As he asks in his session abstract: "This session will discuss a critical question that arises when considering hosting applications in the cloud: What are the attributes that attract applications to public clouds? Why implement private clouds? When is it appropriate to use both in a Hybrid Cloud approach? Can legacy applications be moved unchanged to the cloud or do they have to be re-written as Web 2.0 apps? What are the implications regarding the application data migration? How will latency change when applications are moved to the cloud? What about Identity and Access Management? How will data be secured between cloud tenants?
He concludes with a promise to answer these and other questions during his session; writing, "If you are considering migrating your applications to the cloud, you will be interested in these and other issues, so bring your own questions with you!"
Dr. Michael Salsburg is a Distinguished Engineer for Unisys Technology, Consulting and Integration Solutions, and is the Lead Architect for Unisys Cloud Engineering. He was previously president of his own company, Performance & Modeling, Inc., and has been awarded two international patents in the area of infrastructure performance modeling algorithms and software. In addition, he has published over 60 papers and has lectured world-wide on the topics of Real-Time Infrastructure, Cloud Computing and Infrastructure Optimizaztion.
Dr. Salsburg received his Bachelor of Science from the University of Pittsburgh in Mathematics in August 1972. He received his Masters of Science from the University of Delaware in Computer Science (Software Engineering and Artificial Intelligence) in 1982. He received his Doctor of Philosophy in Mathematics from Drexel University (Probability and Statistics) in 1992
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