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Greetings from Virtue Insight,

I am happy to invite you and your colleagues to be a sponsor/ delegate for our upcoming “7th Cloud Computing & Big Data 2013” The conference will be held on 11th & 12th December 2013, Matthan Hotel, Bangalore, India. Should you have any questions, or to receive the updated event brochure or sponsorship details, please let me know don’t delay! Secure your place today by calling me on +91 9171350244, Email – deepak@virtueinsight.com, deepakrajvirtueinsight@gmail.com

Thanks & Regards,
Deepak Raj

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  • Key Speakers:Lux Rao, CTO – Technology Services, HP Udayan Banerjee, Vice President, NIIT Technologies Atul Nanda, Vice President, India Operations & APAC Partner Management, Salesforce.com Uttam Kumar, Head – New Technologies Innovation & Incubation – IT, Aircel Pratapa Bernard, Vice President & Head - Center or Excellence, Data Services (Emerging Markets), Vodafone Bharati Lele, Head - Innovation Labs, L&T Infotech Viswanath Poosala, CTO - SDM & Messaging, IP Platforms and Head of Bell Labs - India, ALCATELLUCENT Shubhashis Sengupta, Vice President, Accenture Amit Aich, Technology Solution Consultant CRM Dynamics, Microsoft Ravi Gururaj, Vice President - Products, Cloud Platforms Group, Citrix Sudhakar S Marthi, Vice President - Global Business Development, ZOHO Corp Rajdeep Dua, Director R&D, VMware Mandar Naik, Director, Platform Strategy, Microsoft Srinivasan Govindarajulu, Senior Director and Practice head – Enterprise Information management (EIM), Virtusa Sampath Manickam, Regional Head - Data Centre, Cloud & Managed Services, Airtel Parag Chitalia, Director, Dell Global Analytics, Dell Sudeendra Koushik, Practice Director, HCL Technologies Ganesan Venkatasubramanian, Director of Engineering, LinkedIn Janakiram MSV, Head - Cloud Infrastructure Services, Aditi Technologies, Founder and CTO, Get Cloud Ready Consulting Srinivasa Sivakumar, IT Strategy, Transformation and Enterprise Architecture, Microsoft Bhavani Kumar Eshwar, STSM, Master Data Management India Software Labs, IBM B. V. S. S Subramanyam, Specialist Master, Deloitte Consulting Midhu Koshy, Consultant - Head Regional Operations (South), Mahindra SSG Ramkaran Rudravaram, Founder & Chief Architect, ThinkCloud Sridhar T. Pai, CEO, Tonse Telecom Srini Rengarajan, Associate Vice President and Head Analytics Solutions and Delivery, Mphasis Sandeep Bhagat, Assistant Vice President & Global Head Big Data Practice, GENPACT Harish Ganesan, Co-Founder & CTO, 8KMiles Anu Vaidyanathan, CEO, PatNMarks ReddyRaja Annareddy, CEO, Akrantha Software Akhil Behl, Solutions Architect, Cisco Plus Many More... D.S. Ravindran, CEO, Centre for e Governance, Government of Karnataka
  • 7th Cloud Computing & Big Data 2013 11th and 12th December 2013, Matthan Hotel, Bangalore, India SILVER PARTNER PLD PARTNER BRONZE PARTNER EXHIBITOR SUPPORTED BY ORGANIZED BY
  • 7th Cloud Computing & Big Data 2013 11th and 12th December 2013, Matthan Hotel, Bangalore, India CONFERENCE INTRODUCTION:Cloud Computing has become one of the hottest IT enterprise topics of recent times. It is fast becoming mainstream with large steps being made in a relatively short period of time. Cloud Computing has become a scalable services consumption and delivery platform in the field of Services Computing. The technical foundation of Cloud Computing includes Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Virtualizations of hardware and software. The goal of Cloud Computing is to share resources among the cloud service consumers, cloud partners, and cloud vendors in the cloud value chain. The resource sharing at various levels results in various cloud offerings such as infrastructure cloud (e.g. hardware, IT infrastructure management), software cloud (e.g. SaaS focusing on middleware as a service, or traditional CRM as a service), application cloud (e.g. Application as a Service, UML modelling tools as a service, social network as a service), and business cloud (e.g. business process as a service). According to IDC, within just a few years, cloud computing has reshaped the IT marketplace and the way that organizations acquire and use IT products and services, disrupting their strategies and forcing them to reevaluate all of their alternatives to the status quo. Now the use of cloud computing is accepted as mainstream, this disruption is creating new opportunities for suppliers and catalyzing major changes in traditional. For businesses of all sizes, big data can be hard to collect, analyze, visualize, and process; and the information places tremendous stress on networks, storage, and servers, which is why cloud computing has become an increasingly attractive solution. 7th Cloud Computing and Big Data 2013 is the only event focused on how traditional enterprises can adopt cloud computing models, featuring panels of thought leaders, candid conversations with industry luminaries. The conference is a reality check to better understand enterprise cloud computing. Cloud computing is big news, promising unlimited capacity and pay-as-you-go economics, plus connections to an always-on world. Enterprises are excited about cloud computing but little of it is ready to use yet. Clouds present security risks, and many enterprise applications have to be completely rewritten to run on scalable clouds. Forward-thinking business leaders are using the cloud within their enterprise data centers to take advantage of the best practices that cloud computing has established, namely scalability, agility, automation, and resource sharing. Although the term 'cloud computing' is relatively new, the technologies that make it possible have been used for some time. For example, cloud computing is enabled by grid computing, virtualization, utility computing, hosting and software as a service (SaaS). Virtualization is driving a fundamental shift in how we think about data center environments. It is lowering capital and operational costs, enabling IT agility, underlying Green IT initiatives and fuelling the cloud. This conference helps us to be aware of this paradigm shift and discusses the benefits of virtualization. This Cloud Computing and Big Data conference is the place to meet all the key decision makers from all of the Cloud service providers in one place. This conference will address the current state of the market, the business value of the cloud, deployment strategies and integration techniques, security and privacy issues and will take a look into what the future holds for Cloud Computing and Big Data. It gives us immense pleasure in welcoming you to the 7th Cloud Computing and Big Data 2013 KEY THEMES DISCUSSED AT THIS SUMMIT:• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Identifying current trends of Cloud Computing environment and how can you take advantage of the global market – Opportunities and Challenges The Changing role of IT with the Cloud Discovering successful business models for cloud computing - Cloud Gaming and Cloud TV Rise of big data in your organisation - Making better informed decisions for your organisation Creating new value chain and eco-system of mobile cloud computing Driving telcos role in cloudscape – Understanding landscape of mobile cloud Computing The Data Explosion and Cloud to the rescue Building Infrastructure for Big Data - The Storage and Architecture Challenges Treading a new marketing path: Perspectives to be foreseen for marketing with Big Data The Hadoop Ecosystem: When are other technologies more suitable? Enterprise security landscape - Key security issues and the future of cyber security Discover why Cloud Computing is perfect for SME’s - Key advantages of cloud hosting for SMEs Infrastructure, Deployment, Integration & Monetizing the Cloud business How to move your business to cloud computing - practical tips Learn from the industry leaders and emerging players offering to Cloud and SaaS space Avoiding potential pitfalls in Cloud Computing and to improve your clients relationships Optimising Cloud Computing Operation effectiveness for successful ROI Best Practices for Business Data Storage & Backups Tangible benefits & risk of moving to the cloud –security/compliance/data risks SaaS, PaaS, IaaS - Present & Future outlook Cloud Concerns and the Future – Where are we heading with this cloud era? The future of big data – 2013 and beyond Network in our combined exhibition and catering area Evening networking reception for all attendees WHO SHOULD ATTEND:Business managers, IT professionals and Channel managers should all be present at the 7th Cloud Computing 2013. Job titles include: CIO/CTOs/CxOs, Heads of Business Development, Strategy Directors, Directors, Telecommunication Managers, Communication Directors, Heads of Sales, Heads of Call and Contact Managers, VPs of Technology, Product Managers, Business Development Managers, Storage Managers, Business Analysts, Database/Data Center Manager, Hosting Managers, Head of Training, System and Network Integrators, Data Center Managers, Head of Telecoms, Compliance and Policy Managers Network Administrators WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND:7th Cloud Computing and Big Data 2013 is the place to meet all the key decision makers across the entire cloud computing eco-system from enterprises, telecom operators, regulators, government agencies, service providers, system integrators and vendors. This summit will provide great networking opportunities with industry leaders, presenting you with the opportunity to meet and do business with likeminded individuals. View slide
  • 7th Cloud Computing & Big Data 2013 11th and 12th December 2013, Matthan Hotel, Bangalore, India DAY 1 - 11th DECEMBER 2013 BUSINESS MODELS 08:30 – Coffee and registration 11:40 - Cloud - Boundless Opportunities for SMBs 09:20 – Morning Chair's opening remarks • EXAMINING THE CURRENT CLOUD MARKET • • SMBs extract tremendous value from SaaS tools that streamline day-to-day operations from Sales to Bookkeeping A cost effective way to get access to a virtualized computing environment Transforms the workplace, as the IT department evolve into an epicenter for innovation and value creation Increased flexibility and greater control 09:30 – Morning Keynote Address 1: Customer company - On cloud trends • Atul Nanda, Vice President, India Operations & APAC Partner Management, Salesforce.com (http://www.linkedin.com/in/nandaatul) Sudhakar S Marthi, Vice President - Global Business Development, ZOHO Corp (http://www.linkedin.com/pub/sudhakar-smarthi/4/9b8/700) 10:20 – Morning Keynote Address 2: Topic TBC Rajdeep Dua, Director R&D, Vmware (http://www.linkedin.com/in/rajdeepd) DEVICES + CLOUD + SOFTWARE = YOUR FUTURE 12:10 – The State of the Cloud This session analyzes the current landscape of the Cloud in an unbiased and neutral form. It presents a snapshot of the Public Cloud adoption trends. Janakiram MSV, Head - Cloud Infrastructure Services, Aditi Technologies, Founder and CTO, Get Cloud Ready Consulting 10:50 – Panel Discussion: The Business Value of Mobile Cloud Computing - Driving telcos role in the cloudscape • • • • • • • Examining the current cloud computing market and identifying the opportunities that cloud services present for operators now and in the future How does cloud offer the best way to meet the needs of mobile business? Will there be geographical difference in market acceptance of mobile cloud applications? How Cloud, Mobile & E-Commerce will drive IT and business success Understanding the new business model between carriers, vendor and business users in the cloud Examining the impacts & opportunities for telecom providers becoming cloud providers Understanding the risks of cloud computing the major security concerns and issues for cloud computing (http://www.linkedin.com/in/janakiramm) 12:40 – Networking luncheon / Networking / Exhibition Visit Afternoon Chair's person ReddyRaja Annareddy, CEO, Akrantha Software (http://www.linkedin.com/pub/reddyraja-annareddy/1/b7/29a) 13:50: Afternoon Keynote Panel Discussion: Rise of big data in your organisation - Making better informed decisions for your organisation Moderator – • • • • Sridhar T. Pai, CEO, Tonse Telecom • (http://www.linkedin.com/pub/sridhar-tonse-pai/0/3a/3b0) Online overload of business opportunity Data mining and using content as analysis Leveraging cloud to benefit from big data Top cloud computing security risks: analysing the latest trends, business effects. Discover on how to fight them Transforming cloud infrastructure to support big data storage and workflows Harnessing big data in the cloud Panelists – • Pratapa Bernard, Vice President & Head - Center or Excellence, Data Services (Emerging Markets), Vodafone Moderator – (http://www.linkedin.com/pub/pratapa-bernard/0/998/b5) Udayan Banerjee, Vice President, NIIT Technologies (http://www.linkedin.com/in/udayanb) B. V. S. S Subramanyam, Specialist Master, Deloitte Consulting Panelists – D.S. Ravindran, CEO, Centre for e Governance, Government of Karnataka (http://www.linkedin.com/pub/d-s-ravindran/7/25a/4a5) 11:20 – Morning Coffee & Networking Mandar Naik, Director, Platform Strategy, Microsoft (http://www.linkedin.com/pub/mandar-naik/2/488/9bb) Bharati Lele, Head - Innovation Labs, L&T Infotech (http://www.linkedin.com/pub/bharati-lele/1/672/715) View slide
  • 7th Cloud Computing & Big Data 2013 11th and 12th December 2013, Matthan Hotel, Bangalore, India ENTERPRISE, PRIVATE & HYBRID CLOUD 14:30 – The Enterprise Private Cloud: From Infrastructure to Applications • • • • • • Applications, platforms and infrastructures – manageable features to enter the cloud At what level of organisational size and IT maturity does it make sense? The Importance of specific technology models and implementation options to Enterprise Identifying the alternative levels of resource sharing for various cloud offerings What elements are required for cloud to be considered suitable for an enterprise? Bringing the dark side of enterprise apps into the bright light 15:00 – PaaS – Enabling You to Use the Cloud Your Way • • • • Why are platform tools deemed the best option for developers? Evaluating the complexities of building on an external platform The great PaaS lock-in debate Can you simplify your information security while building cloud? 15:30 – Afternoon coffee & Networking 15:50 – Embracing trends for Software as a Service • • • • • Lessen your need for specialized and/or dedicated in-house IT support staff Serve your customers more efficiently and open up communication with them Help your company adjust more readily to new forces and changing situations Leveraging the power of cloud computing while retaining the flexibility and open standards to support your existing IT infrastructure Analysing the pros and cons of SaaS reliance Amit Aich, Technology Solution Consultant CRM Dynamics, Microsoft (http://www.linkedin.com/in/amitaich) 16:20 – Panel Discussion: Sharing resources in the cloud value chain • • • • • • Understanding the risks of cloud computing the major security concerns and issues for cloud computing PaaS – Enabling you to use cloud your way Switching to IaaS Cloud: What are the key attention points to be remembered? Application Cloud: Application Performance in the Cloud - is it a business issue How SaaS can fuel platform-based business models in industry? 2013 and Beyond - Future Considerations for the IT Industry Moderator – Harish Ganesan, Co-Founder & CTO, 8KMiles (http://www.linkedin.com/in/harishganesan) Panelists – Akhil Behl, Solutions Architect, Cisco (http://www.linkedin.com/pub/akhil-behl/25/447/176) Ravi Gururaj, Vice President - Products, Cloud Platforms Group, Citrix (http://www.linkedin.com/in/rgururaj) Ramkaran Rudravaram, Founder & Chief Architect, ThinkCloud (in.linkedin.com/in/ramkaran) Midhu Koshy, Consultant - Head Regional Operations (South), Mahindra SSG (http://www.linkedin.com/in/midhukoshy) 16:50 – Chairperson's closing remarks and end of conference ReddyRaja Annareddy, CEO, Akrantha Software (http://www.linkedin.com/pub/reddyraja-annareddy/1/b7/29a) 17:00 - 18:00 Networking Drinks - Take your discussions further & build new relationships in a relaxed & informal setting...
  • 7th Cloud Computing & Big Data 2013 11th and 12th December 2013, Matthan Hotel, Bangalore, India BUSINESS MODELS DAY 2 - 12th DECEMBER 2013 08:30 – Coffee and registration 09:20 – Morning Chair's opening remarks Lux Rao, CTO - Technology Services, HP (http://in.linkedin.com/in/luxrao) 12:00 – Next-generation Subscriber Data Management for communication service providers – challenges, opportunities, and privacy concerns Viswanath Poosala, CTO - SDM & Messaging, IP Platforms and Head of Bell Labs - India, ALCATEL-LUCENT DATA MANAGEMENT 12:30 – Networking luncheon / Networking / Exhibition Visit 09:30 – The Data Explosion and Cloud to the rescue • • • • Opportunity to find insights in new and emerging types of data and content, to make your business more agile What are the benefits and downsides of cloud-based big data services and applications? What types of organizations will benefit from big data and in what ways? How do you create a strong "big data roadmap?" 13:50 – Afternoon Keynote Panel Discussion: The intersection of mobile, social, big data and cloud • • • Unlocking value and efficiency through social technologies The evolving new business models - Social is mobile The potential of computing is mobile, social, information and cloud Adopting a compliant and secure integration model The advantages of the big data cloud 10:10 – Impact of Big Data in Enterprise Performance Management • • • Moderator – • • • Big Data Analytics is transforming Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) in a significant manner. EPM has been about collecting Key Performance Indicators (KPI) and using the power of Business Intelligence to present the metrics to decision makers. With the advent of Big Data technologies, enterprises have the ability to collect lot more data, create a vastly expanded set of KPIs and analyze hidden patterns more effectively. This will have a huge impact on EPM and provide the business stakeholders a holistic view that was not available so far. The impact is seen in many domains such as Insurance and Telco where Big Data is converting the vision of the Intelligent Enterprise to reality. Lux Rao, CTO - Technology Services, HP (http://in.linkedin.com/in/luxrao) Panelists – Parag Chitalia, Director, Dell Global Analytics, Dell (http://www.linkedin.com/pub/parag-chitalia/0/605/375) Srini Rengarajan, Associate Vice President and Head Analytics Solutions and Delivery, Mphasis (http://www.linkedin.com/pub/srini-rengarajan/5/343/8ab) Srinivasa Sivakumar, IT Strategy, Transformation and Enterprise Architecture, Microsoft Srinivasan Govindarajulu, Senior Director and Practice head – Enterprise Information management (EIM), Virtusa Uttam Kumar, Head – New Technologies Innovation & Incubation – IT, Aircel (http://www.linkedin.com/in/uttamkr) 10:40 – Morning Coffee & Networking Sampath Manickam, Regional Head - Data Centre, Cloud & Managed Services, Airtel (http://www.linkedin.com/in/msampath) INFRASTRUCTURE & ARCHITECTURE 11:00 – Building Infrastructure for Big Data - The Storage and Architecture Challenges TECHNOLOGY & SECURITY • • • • Grouping the internal and external data sets and integrating with existing data warehouse capabilities The large volumes of data and understanding the storage processing needs Technological challenges Using data analytics to the unstructured data sets 11:30 – Big Data Analytics across industries - Real-time analytics from small data, big data and large data sets • • • How we can use big-data to change the way we think about realtime analytics? Exploit the critical information hidden inside your websites, application servers, networks and mobile devices that power the enterprise How do we keep up with the velocity and variety of data streaming in and get actionable insights on it, all in real-time? 14:30 – Master Data Management in the era of Big Data - Focus on Confidence Big data as the next major transformative force in enterprise IT. However, its four defining characteristics can make it difficult to tap its full potential: • • • • Volume: According to the Digital Universe study, in 2009, the world had stored 800,000 petabytes of information. By 2020, that will rise to about 35 zettabytes.1 A zettabyte is one trillion gigabytes. Variety: Big data is often unstructured - for example, text comments, images or video. Velocity: Big data generated by sensors & instruments can stream in at rates 1,000 times greater than IT departments typically handle. Veracity: Big data can be unreliable and tough to verify. For example, you might know which customers posted angry comments about your restaurant on Facebook, but their claims might be incorrect or exaggerated.
  • 7th Cloud Computing & Big Data 2013 11th and 12th December 2013, Matthan Hotel, Bangalore, India Bhavani Kumar Eshwar, STSM, Master Data Management India Software Labs, IBM (http://www.linkedin.com/pub/bhavani-kumareshwar/1/a44/288) 15:00 – Topic TBC Ganesan Venkatasubramanian, Director of Engineering, LinkedIn (http://www.linkedin.com/in/ganesanvenkatasubramanian) 15:20 – Afternoon Coffee & Networking 15:40 – Enterprise security landscape - Key security issues and the future of cyber security • • • • Data in the cloud - Secure cloud sourcing strategy right The challenge for businesses is in managing and securing in the BYOD environment Implement privacy best practices while designing the analytics programs Security of the corporate data that is distributed across cloud, mobile and social platforms 16:10 – Panel Discussion: The future of big data – 2013 and beyond • • • • • How vital is big data analysis likely to be for businesses of all sizes? Will Hadoop continue to be the central pillar for most big data approaches? Who owns your Big Data and what happens if there is a data breach? From a regulatory perspective, how can policymakers support the big data and its analysis? Are there policies or laws that may threaten or slow-down data driven-innovation? Moderator – Sandeep Bhagat, Assistant Vice President & Global Head Big Data Practice, GENPACT (http://www.linkedin.com/pub/sandeepbhagat/9/851/561) Panelists – Shubhashis Sengupta, Vice President, Accenture (http://www.linkedin.com/in/shubhashis) Sudeendra Koushik, Practice Director, HCL Technologies (http://www.linkedin.com/in/sudeendrakoushik) Anu Vaidyanathan, CEO, PatNMarks 16:50 – Chairperson's closing remarks and end of conference Lux Rao, CTO - Technology Services, HP (http://in.linkedin.com/in/luxrao) 17:00 – End of 7th Cloud Computing and Big Data 2013
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