Cloud Summit 2013 Singapore Draws Big Crowd With 400 Participants

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Getting the most out of your existing software investment is important to any company. Everyone wants to improve their productivity and drive down costs, and have a better judgment to advise business decision makers on future technology investments.

The Cloud Summit 2013, Singapore held on 22 May 2013, at the InterContinental Singapore focused on what’s relevant in today’s business including key Microsoft technologies that help companies achieve the most from their investments.

Key products and technologies highlighted include Server & Virtualization Management, Application Management, Service Delivery Automation and Fabric Infrastructure Management.

3 Southeast Asia MVPs from Singapore, Malaysia and Sri Lanka were guest speakers at this event, sharing their specialties with the Microsoft enterprise customers.

MVP Speakers Session
Virtual Machine MVP
Kuruwitage Susantha Silva
Virtual Machine Management and Cloud Deployment Mechanisms with SCVMM 2012
SCCDM MVP
Daniel Mar
Integrated On-premise StorSimple System with Azure Cloud Storage
Reach: 220 attendees
SCCDM MVP
Raymond Chou
Key Metrics and Practices on Monitoring Virtualization Infrastructures

 

Sri Lanka Virtual Machine MVP Kuruwitage Susantha Silva tells us more on his session, “My main objective of the speaking engagement was to highlight the Cloud manager using SCVMM and how we can provision clouds and allocate resources. Further, I’ve discussed about the Virtual Machine Service templates and how easily we can provision services to public and Private Clouds.”

Looking at how StorSimple can solve challenges around VM sprawl and archiving with Hyper-V and VMM” said Singapore System Center Cloud and Datacenter Management MVP Daniel Mar on his session.

More than 400 participants attended the full day event.

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Cheers,
SEA MVP Team

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