Cloud computing is concerned with systems in which users are able to access resources and interact with applications remotely over the network, allowing "IT to be offered as a service".
On this panel both the concept and the implications of cloud computing either for the research communities, the computing industry or the general consumers will be discussed.
Key experts will examine what clouds are promising to be and the underlying requirements and problems as QoS resource allocation, SLA control, performance, security, privacy, interoperability, and more.
If you are concerned about the pros and cons of today's cloud offerings don't miss this discussion.
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