October 31, 2013
BOSTON, Mass., Oct. 31 -- ProfitBricks, the infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) company that completely reengineered the delivery of Cloud Computing, is speaking, sponsoring and exhibiting at Cloud Expo Silicon Valley, the thirteenth annual international Cloud Expo conference. Pete Johnson, senior director of cloud platform evangelism at ProfitBricks, will discuss the evolution of cloud and the needed flexibility that Cloud Computing 2.0 offers.
Cloud computing enables companies to alter capacity as demand fluctuates, something that first generation cloud computing platforms and on-premise solutions could never deliver. But these needs are building demand for more flexibility in the cloud.
This session will explain how Cloud Computing 1.0 falls short and how Cloud Computing 2.0 offers the necessary flexibility to keep up with demands.
When: Wednesday, November 6, 6:25 p.m. - 7:10 p.m. PT
Where: Santa Clara Convention Center; exhibiting at booth #215
ProfitBricks -- the IaaS price/performance leader who introduced Cloud Computing 2.0 -- offers more speed, flexibility and value than any other cloud provider. Founded in 2010 by the co-founders of the 1&1 Internet Web Hosting business, ProfitBricks enables customers to build true virtual data centers with custom defined instances, live vertical scaling and class-leading double redundant cloud storage -- all with simple and transparent minute-based billing. ProfitBricks also developed the first graphical Data Center Designer that makes the ProfitBricks cloud computing service the easiest to set up and maintain. Talkin' Cloud recently named ProfitBricks top on its list of 25 Fastest Growing Cloud Service Providers, and ProfitBricks was named to CIO Review's 20 Most Promising Cloud Computing Companies. Headquartered in Berlin, Germany and Boston, Massachusetts, ProfitBricks can be found online at www.profitbricks.com.
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