Not sure if he’s a coffee or tea drinker, but I do know Tony Scott’s joining us for breakfast this Wednesday at the Cloud Computing Brainstorm at the Newseum. The Federal CIO will set the table for the half-day cloud chow down with his morning keynote address.
If you’ve got an appetite for cloud, Wednesday’s Brainstorm’s a tapas feast – nine tasty tongue tempters and untethered by 2:00 p.m. to trounce the traffic. With 600 govies registered, you’d better arrive early to get a seat at the table.
Here’s the menu:
1st Course(s) – your pick. It’s FedRAMP Fast Forward for industry. Working session on how to increase FedRAMP efficiency. Or, for the govies, join us for the Data Center Exchange FITARA implementation planning breakfast with Ben Rhodeside, tech lead from Congressman Connolly’s office, and Ben Sweezy from OMB.
2nd Course – Yours truly – preview of the new Gov Cloud Shopper functionality
3rd Course – Tony Scott. What’s new in Federal cloud – with a side of FITARA implementation planning
4th Course – Building the Cloud Business Model: ITA/Commerce, EPA, FCC, and USDA
5th Course – Trusting the Cloud: GSA, NIST, and Air Force
6th Course – Hybrid Future: Army, IRS, and ITC
7th Course – Anil Karmel from C2 Labs and the NIST Cloud Security Working Group
8th Course – Cloud Computing Caucus Advisory Group – industry perspectives
Dessert – NIST Cloud Security Working Group meeting – featuring a keynote from Jim Reavis from the Cloud Security Alliance
We’re embracing a progressive theme for the party – the Cloud Caucus Don’t Be a Box Hugger report provides our backdrop. MeriTalk’s also releasing new research on DoD’s Cloud Deployment plans.
Breakfast with Tony Scott and all of Uncle Sam’s best cloud chefs. Make your reservation now. See you Wednesday – I’d arrive hungry and early.