What customers want the cloud to be – Jason Waxman GM at Intel, Cloud Slam 2012 Headline Keynote
Opening Cloud Slam 2012 keynote session delivered by Jason Waxman GM Cloud Infrastructure group at Intel.
This Keynote session explores what customers using the cloud really want the cloud to be.
Jason’s talks looks at 4 trends pertaining to cloud opportunity growth:
- Overcoming Security Concerns
- Proliferation of Devices
- Big Data is Exploding and its impact
- Efficiency realization by the end user
Jason Waxman is General Manager in Intel’s Data Center and Connected Systems Group leading the Cloud Infrastructure Group (CIG). He is responsible for Intel’s products and technologies for large datacenters including silicon components, optimized system design, software, management and data center facility optimization. Jason’s business responsibility focuses on working with systems and software vendors to address the needs of the high-growth cloud service provider industry including internet datacenters, telcos, infrastructure / software-as-a-service and hosting. Jason holds executive positions in industry design efforts including the board of the Open Compute Foundation, the Server System Infrastructure Forum and as technical advisor to the Open Data Center Alliance. Jason has spent the last 14 years of his Intel career in Enterprise computing focused on server products and technologies involved in the introduction of over 12 new platforms. Prior to Intel, Jason worked in strategic planning for an industrial components company and as a management consultant. He holds Bachelor and Masters Degrees in engineering and a Masters of Business Administration from Cornell University. He can be followed on twitter @jpwaxman.
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