DATE: 2011-5-3 (12:45 PM - 01:45 PM)SPEAKERS: Leon Katsnelson (IBM)Spending on Cloud Computing is pegged to be running at 7 times of the traditional IT spend. We have seen DB2 usage on the cloud grow 800% in 12 months. DB2 usage is growing not just on the public cloud but it is also taking hold on the private clouds that majority of the enterprise architecture teams are looking to build. Cloud Computing is not new technology but a new deployment model. And while it can deliver great benefits, it requires thought and planning for DB2 to be deployed properly. This planning encompasses identification of suitable workloads, understanding security and privacy implications, impacts of using shared resources on performance and consistency, and operating procedures and processes.EXP. LEVEL: Beginner,Intermediate,AdvancedOBJECTIVES:Understand industry directions in cloud computing and implications on the database professionalsYou may not know it, but you are likely already have a cloud computing environment. Private, public and hybrid clouds ... what is the difference.What workloads are good for the cloud and what to avoidDealing with security and privacy concernsAchieving performance and resiliency in the shared resource environment that is "Cloud"
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