Your competitors and customers are going into the Cloud — are you? Don’t be left behind. A new report says nearly three quarters of your customers plan on being in the Cloud this year to deliver cost savings and scale infrastructure. This informative and hands-on webinar, hosted by Jan Aleman, Servoy CEO, and Sean Devlin, Servoy Sales Tech Engineer, gives you an overview of what the Cloud is and isn’t; as well as Servoy’s role in Cloud computing.
This webinar will also include a demonstration of the world’s most advanced SaaS (Software as a Service) platform operating “in the Cloud”, and presents answers to questions like: Have you ever considered deploying your application in the Cloud?; What is Cloud computing all about?; Is Cloud computing right for your organization? What are the advantages of Cloud computing?; and How difficult is Cloud computing to deploy and maintain?
Jan Aleman, Servoy CEO, was interviewed on the CS Techcast episode 124 titled “Using Open Source in the Cloud”.
You can watch Jan’s interview starting at minute 17′.
“This week at CSTechcast.com, we talk about how the cloud is moving forward with open-source standards and how cloud computing will look in a few years with Jan Aleman, CEO of Servoy and secretary of EuroCloud compendium. You can find more at Servoy.com.”
Cloud Computing Journal has published an article titled “Hybrid Cloud – The Green Future” written by Jan Aleman, Servoy CEO.
Here is a snippet from the article:
“Cloud adoption has been steadily growing over the years, but both in spite of and because of the economy, 2010 promises to be the inflection point of wide-scale cloud adoption. Those companies that were unaware, or semi-aware of the Cloud can no longer ignore the strong value proposition of access to previously inaccessible productivity tools; the ability to collaborate with teams, partners and customers; shifting focus from IT to business, and improving speed-to-market through instantly set up solutions.”
Jan Aleman, CEO of Servoy, said his company’s Web platform mixes the best of both worlds. “We’ve found a good mix of not being too runtime-oriented and not being too build-oriented. We don’t generate Java code. Servoy uses a library of native Java code that has already been built maps against those classes,” he said.
Please join Servoy CEO, Jan Aleman, Wed., March 31 @ 3pm PST for “This Week in Cloud Computing.”
“This Week in Cloud Computing” airs LIVE every Wednesday at 3pm PST/6pm EST with Hosts Amanda Coolong and Mark Jeffrey. TWICC is an informative weekly series all about the hot new trend towards abstracting and virtualizing computing resources with a rotating panel of experts. For more information, please click here.
Servoy 5.1 is about to be released. For an overview of the upcoming release, you are invited to join hosts Jan Aleman, Servoy CEO, and Paul Bakker, Senior Project Manager, who will demonstrate the key changes in Servoy 5.1 in an hour-packed Launch Event being held on February 9th.
To read more information about the Servoy 5.1 release, click here.
To register for the Servoy 5.1 Launch Event, click here.
The program for OCLC’s first Regional Council Meeting in Europe, Middle East and Africa has been announced.
In the Opening Session entitled “Cloud Computing, what is it and what are its impacts for libraries”, the Keynote will be given by Jan Aleman, CEO of Servoy and a distinguished global thought leader on Cloud Computing. As secretary of EuroCloud (www.eurocloud.org), he has been a disruptive technology visionary at the forefront of the cloud revolution in computing. He is also a published author and commentator as well as guest and keynote speaker at many conferences worldwide. The meeting opens on 24 February 2010 in Leiden, Netherlands and takes place over two days.