Seattle, Wash. – Sept. 12, 2011 – Skytap, Inc., the leading provider of self-service cloud automation solutions, today announced that on the heels of its “Best of VMworld” award win for the Skytap Hybrid Cloud solution, the company will be presenting at several industry events in September. Skytap experts will be discussing cloud adoption best practices at Data Center World and the Virtual Cloud Connect conference. In addition, Google, IDC and Skytap will host a web seminar on Automated Development and Test Framework to discuss how Google is using the Cloud model to accelerate their software release cycles.
What: The Ins and Outs of Virtual Private Clouds
When: Tues., Sept. 13 from 4:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. ET
Where: Orlando World Center Marriott and Convention Center
Who: Sundar Raghavan, Skytap
Description: Skytap will discuss the ins and outs of virtual private clouds and how it resolves the challenges data center managers face when making the decision to migrate to cloud computing.
What: Google, IDC, and Skytap Discuss Automated Development and Test Framework
When: Wed., Sept. 14 from 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. PT
Who: Jason Arbon, social engineer, Google Chrome
Melinda Ballou, program director, IDC
Sundar Raghavan, Skytap
Description: The Google Chrome team developed an automated “test bot” framework using Skytap. This innovative approach enables them skip more than 95 percent of test work. Join Jason Arbon from Google to learn more about his innovative “testing bots” approach.
What: Designing and Deploying Reliable On-Demand Applications
When: Thurs., Sept. 29 from 9:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. PT
Where: Register today for this free, virtual conference
Who: Nate Odell, director of marketing, Skytap
Description: Cloud technology is changing at breakneck speed. While the annual Cloud Connect Conference covers a broad range of technology and business subjects, there’s plenty to discuss in the interim. Virtual Cloud Connect 2011 and Skytap will look at some of the core issues that are top of mind for Cloud Computing Decision Makers.