The enterprise driven programme for the international forum and exhibition, now in its 12th year with 60 countries represented, will extensively draw on business users from financial services, transport, auto, media and gaming, pharmaceutical, retail, oil and gas, telco and other key verticals. The congress will explore how they are responding to the challenges of energy, security, connectivity, interoperability, and using cloud enablement, continuous delivery and DevOps lifecycles for faster roll out of new features and applications and for sustaining business innovation.
‘The content focus is extremely timely with most enterprises shifting at least half of their infrastructure to cloud based platforms over the next 24 months,’ commented Philip Low of BroadGroup, which is researching and producing the event.
‘The need to connect outside of the data centre to business cloud users is not only critical, but also more complex as already evidenced in the selection of location for new facilities.’
Datacloud Europe 2016 in Monaco will for three days be home to many of the most influential thought leaders, business minds and decision makers in the data centre and cloud industry and once again reflects the core offering of high level content, leadership networking and a place where business deals are done.
The programme includes the Datacloud Awards ceremony and dinner on the evening of 7th June, followed by two days of conference and exhibition. New for 2016, the event colocates the first ever summit, Invest in Data Center Africa, for investors, financiers, data centre operators, subsea and fibre developers and pioneers responding to the challenges of creating the African data centre network.
Sponsors include Digital Realty, Siemens, Level3 Communications, Invest in Finland, MigSolv, Munters, ISG, StarLine, Active Power, Tate, and ebrc.
For full details visit: www.datacloudcongress.com