RightScale will be in Los Angeles, CA this fall!
Date: December 10, 2013
Location: Omni Los Angeles Hotel
251 S Olive St
Los Angeles, CA
What’s on the agenda?
|1:30PM||3 Steps to Accelerate to Cloud
Real-World Stories from the Road to Cloud
Demo: Agility in a Cloud-Enabled Enterprise
|4:30PM||Networking and Cocktails with the Experts|
The Accelerate to Cloud keynote will help you understand the current state of cloud adoption, identify the business value for your organization, and provide you a framework to plot your course to cloud adoption.
In Real-World Stories, your peers will share their progress on the road to cloud as well as lessons learned along the way. You’ll have the chance to ask questions and leverage their expertise.
During our Demo, Agility in a Cloud-Enabled Enterprise will provide a vision of the “after” of cloud adoption. Get a peek into how how you can provide agility for developers with instant self-service, increase operational efficiency with automation, and drive profitability by optimizing cloud costs.
SVP of Business Development at RightScale
Josh Fraser is the senior vice president of Sales and Business Development at RightScale, where he is responsible for all sales and business development initiatives. Prior to RightScale, he held executive management positions at public and private companies, including vice president of Business Development at CallWave, a publicly traded provider of SaaS-based unified communications solutions, and general manager at Student Advantage, a leading marketing and transaction services provider to higher education. He also held business development and analyst roles at Starwave/ESPN.com. Fraser holds a bachelor's degree in finance from Villanova University.
Cloud Solutions Engineer at RightScale
Roberto is an Executive Technologist specialized in creating scalable and robust user-generated sites, social communities, gaming, mobile applications, etc. His online digital career began with the internet consultancy iXL (Razorfish) where he cranked out dot coms during the boom. He hid out during the .com bust at Cartoon Network, where he was Lead Engineer of a visionary online game called CartoonOrbit (think Farmville circa 2000). The game included user generated content, community reward systems, real-time chat and auctioning systems. Roberto quickly learned about issues related to high volume traffic as his server farms went up in flames every friday due to his games being promoted on-air to Cartoon Networks tiny 5M viewership during Cartoon Cartoon Fridays. Roberto went on to found DropIn Development in 2003. While at DropIn, he helped Turner Broadcasting launch GameTap (an online gaming network of over 1,000 downloadable games). In 2007 he helped CNN launch iReport.com (a user-generated news site). iReport's user-generated content is regularly aired on CNN.com and on CNN on-air if it passes editorial review.
Roberto is currently a Cloud Solutions Engineer at RightScale where he is a Cloud Sherpa getting his customers safely to the Cloud. He earned his Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering at San Jose State University and has done postgraduate at Stanford University. You’ll often find him in coffee shops throughout the central coast apparently yelling at his computer. When he’s not working on a crazy new idea you’ll also find him in the surf lineup in Morro Bay. He’ll claim he’s holding a board meeting but feel free to say hello.
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