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Enterprise Cloud Computing: IBM's View

VP of Cloud Enablement to Speak at Cloud Expo in New York in April

IBM Session at Cloud Expo

Maria Azua is VP of Cloud Computing Enablement, Enterprise Initiatives at IBM. She will be presenting a session on the topic of "Cloud Computing and the Enterprise" at Cloud Expo in New York in April.

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"This session will draw on IBM’s experience working with customers and operating 13 cloud centers world wide to review the conditions under which cloud computing can deliver its promise of flexibility and cost savings in the delivery of IT services to the enterprise," she says.

"The session will cover the importance of dynamic infrastructures and service management for both public and private clouds, cloud service life cycles and integration between public clouds and enterprise services. Also discussed will be standards required for interoperability between clouds and application scenarios that demonstrate the use of cloud computing in an enterprise context for a smarter planet."

The presenter is also an IBM Distinguished Engineer, a Member of the IBM Academy of Technology, and author of  "The Social Factor."

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