Attention cloud aficionados in the federal government sector – mark your calendars! On January 14 and 15, there will be a Federal Cloud Computing Summit held in Washington D.C.. Featured guests include: Chief Technology Officer of the U.S. Department of Transportation, Maria Roat, and Matt Goodrich, acting FedRAMP Director; U.S. General Services Administration.
This event is specifically designed for U.S. government agencies looking to adopt and implement a cloud-based computing strategy. As agencies must now adhere to the U.S. government’s “Cloud-First” initiative and FedRAMP approved cloud mandate, this is a “must attend” event to get all the facts. Also covered during the two day event will be four “challenge areas.” These include:
Challenge Area 1: When to choose Public, Private, Government or Hybrid Clouds?
Challenge Area 2: The Umbrella of Acquisition: Contracting pain points and best practices
Challenge Area 3: Tiered Architecture: Mitigating concerns of geography, access management, and other cloud security constraints
Challenge Area 4: The role of cloud computing in emerging technologies
To register for this event, please click through on the graphic above. See you in W.D.C.!