Updated 15 May 2013
You have many device choices for accessing the cloud, from iOs-based phones and tablets and Android handhelds to RIM's PlayBook -- all come with opportunities for jailbreaking, or gaining root access, by breaking down security to install banned third-party applications. An infected bring-your-own-device connected to the corporate network is a security concern. Learn how to protect corporate assets with a security policy for a cloud-based BYOD environment.
Availability: Cloud scaling with HPC on demand. Take an in-depth look at how to build a compute node and small cluster app that can scale with on-demand HPC by leveraging the cloud.
Storage: Integrate Ceph storage clusters within OpenStack. Discover how an open source Ceph storage cluster can be integrated with your cloud data architectures and models.
Data: Balance availability policy with numerical performance data. Beat the complexity of providing multiple variable availability policies by using numerical analysis of performance data.
Deployment: Minimize migration complexity with ADCs. Learn to use application delivery controllers as a service to enable fast roll-out of new cloud and mobile apps.
Mobile cloud services are a discrete set of high-value middleware capabilities designed to be consumed by mobile applications (such as a passes/coupon service); the services include lightweight REST APIs ad an SDK to help you get up to speed quickly. Join now and participate in early release programs. Also, learn how cloud life cycle management can help your data center effectively manage increasingly complex, multi-hypervisor computing environments; May 21 2013, registration required.