Early Bird registration rates are now available for ISC Cloud & Big Data Conference, which takes place Sept. 28-30 in Frankfurt, Germany. This year the event will kick off with one full day of workshops. The new program will highlight performance demanding cloud and big data applications and technologies and will consist of three tracks: Business, Technology and Research.
Program Highlights include:
- Workshops: Six proposals have been accepted so far. They will touch on a range of cloud and big data topics, like Docker containers, cloud solutions for manufacturing, and deep learning with GPUS. All workshops will be delivered by top-notch instructors from academia and industry.
- Keynotes: Two fascinating keynotes will open and close the conference, respectively. On September 29, Jan Vitt of DZ BANK will describe cloud computing in a German bank, by asking, “Is there still a long way to go?” On the afternoon of September 30, in the closing talk, Prof. Peter Coveney will dissect the virtual human, describing in silico methods for personalized medicine. We are convinced that both keynotes will be first class!
- Sessions: In between the keynotes, we have scheduled 10 sessions, encompassing about 30 speakers. The sessions are designed to ensure that attendees get the most relevant information about cloud and big data in the context of business deployments and technology advances. We are grateful to the steering committee for all the help in finding the right speakers and we are sure that these talks will be beneficial to the attendees.
- Vendor panel: Of great interest is a featured panel with leading companies providing products and services for cloud and big data users. Company representatives will discuss challenges, opportunities, and customer benefits based on their offerings in these areas.
The ISC Cloud & Big Data is a unique conference that serves as an international forum for IT professionals and managers from industry, consultants, academics institutions, and researchers organizations. Over 250 attendees will travel from all over the world to network with experts and peers, discuss key issues and the latest developments in cloud computing and big data analytics for industrial and non-industrial applications.