Today is day two of CloudBeat 2011. If you’re missing out on the face-to-face action you can still catch the rest of the conference via the official livestream. Highlighting the cloud revolution, CloudBeat digs deep into issues like security, mobile usage and collaboration. If you haven’t been following the conference you’ve been missing out on some interesting conversations.
If you want to understand more about Netflix’s migration from DVDs to the cloud-based video system it uses now, check out this video interview with Jolie O’Dell of VentureBeat and Adrian Cockcroft of Netflix. After explaining the mass shift to cloud, Cockcroft reveals future plans for Netflix.
Amit Singh from Google explains how Google Apps is starting to become the cool kid on the block. With companies likes Genentech, Motorola and Jaguar using Google Apps,
Oracle’s VP, Rick Schultz, talked about the challenges behind the public cloud as its popularity (and also the public-private cloud hybrid) grows and evolves. Oracle’s public
Can’t watch the live streaming? Follow #CloudBeat on twitter for updates. You can catch up on what’s been going on here: http://venturebeat.com/category/cloud/. cloud (coming later in 2012) will offer cool options, like not forcing developers to stay in its ecosystem, allowing developers to move their applications if needed say from Oracle’s cloud to Amazon’s. You can learn more about this here.
What’s your favorite story from this year’s CloudBeat?