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Ulitzer.com Named Exclusive "New Media" Sponsor of Cloud Expo

Sponsorship and Exhibit Opportunities for the 4th International Cloud Computing Conference & Expo Are Now Available

Cloud Expo on Ulitzer

SYS-CON Events (http://events.sys-con.com) announced today that Ulitzer (www.Ulitzer.com) was named exclusive “new media” sponsor of the 4th International Cloud Computing Conference & Expo (www.CloudComputingExpo.com) which will take place November 2 – 3 – 4, 2009, at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara, CA.

4th International Cloud Computing Conference & Expo is the leading global Cloud event in its third year. Over 200 corporate sponsors and 10,000 industry professionals participated in Cloud Computing Expo during the past two years, more than all other Cloud-related events put together.

This year’s West Coast conference theme is “Bringing the Economics of the Web to Enterprise IT Through Cloud Computing." The organizing principle of the 4th International Cloud Expo is that through an intensive 3-day schedule of keynotes, general and breakout sessions, attending delegates will be assured of leaving the Conference with abundant resources, ideas and examples they can apply immediately to leveraging the Cloud, helping them to maximize performance, minimize cost and improve the scale of their endeavors.

Ulitzer.com

Ulitzer is a "new media" social journalism platform which revolutionizes how we create, deliver, and consume content on the Web. Ulitzer authors can get started with their first article in a few minutes and may start a new “topic” on any subject or write a story and post it both to their Ulitzer author page and to any existing Ulitzer topic. The network effect of people using Ulitzer to communicate and collaboratively produce and categorize content is disruptive, bypassing traditional media and middle-men. Topics published on Ulitzer range from Greek Isles in the Summer to New Media via Personal Branding and Marketing & Sales.

4th International Cloud Computing Conference & Expo Keynotes

Cloud Computing Expo keynotes will be delivered by Richard Marcello, Unisys President of Systems & Technology; Shelton Shugar, Yahoo! SVP Cloud Computing; and Richard Sarwal, Oracle VP of Development for Enterprise Manager.

Delegate Registration Options

Cloud Computing Expo ( www.CloudComputingExpo.com) delegates can pre-register for the conference online with $800 savings here.

Expo Plus registration which costs $300 also allows conference delegates to attend two free technical sessions per day for three days, access to the expo floor, keynotes, vendor technology presentations, as well as live taping of SYS-CON.TV power panels.

Sponsors and Exhibitors:

Sponsors and exhibitors of the upcoming 4th International Cloud Computing Conference & Expo (November 2–4, 2009, Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA) represent the leading technology providers of Cloud Computing revolution, including:

Oracle (www.oracle.com / platinum sponsor)
Unisys
(www.unisys.com / platinum sponsor)
Yahoo!
(www.yahoo.com / platinum sponsor)
Adaptivity
(www.adaptivity.com / gold sponsor)
Bycast
(www.bycast.com / gold sponsor)
EMC
(www.emc.com / gold sponsor)
Intel
(www.intel.com / gold sponsor)
3Tera
(www.3tera.com / silver sponsor)
Akamai
(www.akamai.com / silver sponsor)
AppZero
(www.appzero.com / silver sponsor)
Rackspace Cloud
(www.rackspacecloud.com / silver sponsor)
CloudTest SOASTA
(www.soasta.com / silver sponsor)
Objectivity
(www.objectivity.com / silver sponsor)
Rhomobile
(www.rhomobile.com / silver sponsor)
Stoneware
(www.stone-ware.com / silver sponsor)
Sybase
(www.sybase.com / silver sponsor)
CSS (www.csscorp.com / bronze sponsor)
ExactTarget
(www.exacttarget.com / bronze sponsor)
New Relic
(www.newrelic.com / bronze sponsor)
ParaScale
(www.parascale.com / bronze sponsor)
PerspecSys
(www.perspecsys.com /bronze sponsor)
The Planet
(www.theplanet.com /bronze sponsor)
RightScale
(www.rightscale.com / bronze sponsor)
Switch and Data
(www.switchanddata.com. / bronze sponsor)
Vizioncore
(www.vizioncore.com / bronze sponsor)
CloudSwitch
(www.cloudswitch.com / bronze sponsor)
Tranxition
(www.tranxition.com / bronze sponsor)
Altor Networks
(www.altornetworks.com / exhibitor)
Dasher Technologies
(www.dashertechnologies.com / exhibitor)
GoGrid
(www.gogrid.com / exhibitor)
HP
(www.hp.com / exhibitor)
Hubspan
(www.hubspan.com / exhibitor)
LSI
(www.lsi.com / exhibitor)
IBM
(www.ibm.com / exhibitor)
M/Gateway
(www.mgateway.com/ewd.htm / exhibitor)
Neustar
(www.neustar.biz / exhibitor)
OpSource
(www.opsource.net / exhibitor)
Ulitzer
(www.ulitzer.com / new media sponsor)
Cloud Computing Journal
(www.CloudComputingJournal.com / media sponsor)
SYS-CON.TV
(www.tv.sys-con.com / media sponsor)
Zetta
(www.zetta.net / exhibitor)

Sponsorship Opportunities
:
Sponsorship and exhibit opportunities can be obtained from Carmen Gonzalez by email at events (at) sys-con.com, by phone 201 802 3021.

SYS-CON's International Cloud Computing Conference & Expo, held each year in California, New York and Prague is the leading event covering the fast-emerging Cloud Computing market for Enterprise IT professionals. Co-located with the International Virtualization Conference & Expo, the combined event delivers the #1 i-technology educational and networking opportunity of the year for those seeking to establish a market lead anywhere in the multiple layers of the Cloud Computing ecosystem.

Conference Faculty - A Who's Who of Cloud Computing Technology Rock Stars!
International Cloud Computing Conference & Expo faculty alumni include such notable speakers as: Roman Stanek, CEO of Good Data Corporation; David Hanacek, Sr. Systems Engineer at VMware; Arseniy Kuznetsov, Director of Sun Cloud Computing Core Engineering, Sun Microsystems; Pavel Georgiev, AppLogic Systems Engineer, EMEA, 3Tera; Dr Guy Bunker, Chief Scientist & Distinguished Engineer, Symantec; Doug Tidwell, Cloud Computing Evangelist at IBM; Uri Budnik, Director of Business Development at RightScale; Raimund Genes, CTO of Anti-Malware at Trend Micro; Jérôme Bernard, Director of EMEA Operations, Elastic Grid; Jakub Nesetril, Senior Director of User Experience at Good Data Corporation; Stephen Foskett, Director of Consulting at Nirvanix; Subra Kumaraswamy, Sr. Security Manager, Sun Microsystems; Alan Williamson, Founder of aw20.co.uk & Editor-in-Chief of Cloud Computing Journal; Jim Reavis, Executive Director of Cloud Security Alliance; Zdenek Svoboda, VP Products at Good Data Corporation; Sam Morcos, VP Global Field Operations, Third Brigade; Paul Parsons, Founder & CTO of The Server Labs; Christoph Reich, Head of IT at Hochschule Furtwangen University; Harald Kornmayer, Senior Researcher, NEC Laboratories Europe; Lluis Font, CEO of NTRglobal; Sam Johnston, Founder of Australian Online Solutions; Pau Garcia-Mila, Founder of eyeOS; Louis Naugès, Founder & President, of Revevol; Owen Garrett, Product Manager & Technologist, Zeus Technology; David Snead, US Attorney at Law; Todd Kuczaj, Manager at Accenture; Roger Baskerville, VP for EMEA, Vizioncore; Derek McAuley, CTO at Netronome Systems; Petri Lillberg, EVP of R&D, SSH Communications Security; Richard Croucher, Associate Partner at Citihub; Nuno Duro, CTO at Evolvespace Solutions; Juergen Frick, Sr. Solutions Architect at Adaptec; Shahar Raz, Owner of Shahar Raz Consulting; Richard Cassidy, Manager of Global Systems Engineering, Virtual Computer; David Bernstein, VP/GM Office of CTO Cloud Computing of Cisco; Stuart Charlton, Chief Software Architect of Elastra; Vik Chaudhary, VP Product Management of Keynote Systems; Peter Coffee, Director of Platform Research of Salesforce.com; Patrick Kerpan, CTO of CohesiveFT; Sajai Krishnan, CEO of Parascale; Bill McColl, Founder & CEO of Cloudscale; Ken Oestreich, VP Product Marketing of Egenera; Bob Quinn, Founder, Chairman, & CEO of 3Leaf Systems; Raghavan Srinivas, Technology Evangelist of Intuit; Omer Trajman, Director of Field Engineering of Vertica Systems; Thorsten von Eicken, CTO of RightScale; Rich Wolski, Professor of Computer Science of UCSB; Brian Zhangi, President & CEO of Kadient; Alex Bakman, Founder & CEO of VKernel; Ken Berryman, SVP Strategy & Emerging Businesses of Symantec; Etay Bogner, CTO of Neocleus; Shawn Cooney, Co-Founder and Director of Research of Certeon; Martin Ingram, VP Strategy of AppSense; and Jay Litkey, Founder, President & CEO of Embotics.

About SYS-CON Media & Events:

SYS-CON Media (www.sys-con.com) has since 1994 been connecting technology companies and customers 24x7x365 through a comprehensive content stream at www.SYS-CON.com - focused on 35 main subject areas, from Cloud Computing to Web Security - interwoven with market leading full-scale conferences produced by SYS-CON Events. The company's internationally recognized brands include among others Cloud Computing Expo ( www.CloudComputingExpo.com), Virtualization Conference & Expo ( www.VirtualizationConference.com), Government IT Conference & Expo (www.GovITExpo.com), Cloud Computing Bootcamp ( www.CloudComputingBootcamp.com), Cloud Expo Europe (www.CloudExpo-Europe.com) and now UlitzerLive! New Media Conference & Expo (www.UlitzerLive.com).

SOURCE: ULITZER, INC.

Contacts:

Delegate & Attendee Inquiries
Corinna Melcon
Corinna (at) sys-con.com
http://corinnamelcon.ulitzer.com

201 802 3019

Conference Faculty Inquiries
Jeremy Geelan
Jeremy (at) sys-con.com
http://jeremygeelan.ulitzer.com

201 802 3026

Sponsorship and Exhibit Opportunities
Carmen Gonzalez
Carmen (at) sys-con.com
http://carmengonzalez.ulitzer.com

201 802 2021

Expo Floor Sales
Megan Mussa
Megan (at) sys-con.com
http://meganmussa.ulitzer.com

201 802 3020

Website and General Inquiries
Krisandra Russo
Krisandra (at) sys-con.com
http://krisandrarusso.ulitzer.com

201 802 302

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