Cloudscaling Leadership Speaks at or Keynotes Four Conferences in Fourth Quarter

Nov 11, 2010, 14:55 ET from Cloudscaling

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 11, 2010 /PRNewswire/ --Cloudscaling CEO Randy Bias and other leaders with the company are traveling extensively in Q4 speaking to an array of conferences and forums on effective cloud-based business models for telcos.

OpenStack Design Summit — November 9-12San Antonio

Members of Cloudscaling's engineering team, including Andrew Shafer and Joe Arnold, led two sessions of the Summit's Business Track on November 9. Shafer's spoke about how service providers and user groups can work more effectively with the OpenStack community. Arnold spoke about deploying OpenStack, specifically focusing on object storage. More at

TM Forum — November 9-11Orlando

Cloudscaling CEO Randy Bias participated in an executive roundtable on November 10 focused on strategic approaches to implementing a successful cloud business model. Additional participants in the roundtable represented Internap and Charter Communications. More at

OW2 Annual Conference — November 24-25Paris

Later this month, Bias will deliver a keynote address focused on practical lessons from the company's deployment of a multi-cloud project for Korean telco KT, as well as how his organization has benefited from its long-term support of open-source movements such as OpenStack and OpenNebula. More at

KT, Korea's largest fixed-line telco operator and second-largest mobile carrier, is presently deploying a multi-cloud project with Cloudscaling.

Electronic Times Conference — December 8Seoul

Bias will deliver a keynote to an audience expected to exceed 1,000 senior business and technical leaders of Korean and Asian companies. The event is organized by KT and The Electronic Times. His talk will focus on the adoption of sound cloud business models throughout Korea and the greater Asia-Pacific region.

Cloudscaling partners with telcos and service providers to build and launch revenue generating, high-margin cloud computing services such as computing and storage on demand. These services are designed for rapid deployment, quick return on investment and ease of operation. The Cloudscaling team brings together experience building and managing cloud infrastructures at companies such as Amazon EC2, KT, GoGrid, Yahoo, Engine Yard, and Puppet Labs.

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