Slides From The Cloud Club March Meetup

Almost forget to report last Cloud Club meet-up which took place at Santa Clara Convention Center on the night of March 16. The meet-up was conveniently co-located with the CloudConnect 2010 Conference.

We had several great speakers from companies like Makara, Engine Yard, Heroku, Appirio, etc. As you can guess from the speakers’ company profiles, the theme of the meet-up was about PaaS. Each speaker had about 20 minutes to introduce their technologies.

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If you didn’t get the chance attending the event, you can still read some of the slides. So far, four presentation slides have been uploaded here:

cloud club – Heroku, Oren’s excellent presentation on the need for PaaS
PaaS seen by Ezra, Ezra’s presentation of PaaS at EngineYard
Makara, Tobias’ presentation of Makara at Cloud Connect
Appirio, Appirio’s presentation at Cloud Club (at Cloud Connect)
Enjoy your reading!

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