Cloud Computing Forum & Workshop VIII
07/07/2015 - 09:00 to 10/07/2015 - 18:00
Venue: National Institute of Standards and Technology, Gaithersburg, Maryland, US
The purpose of this event is to show federal leadership and support for the NIST technology role in U.S. Government agency adoption of cloud computing to reduce costs and improve services and to strengthen relationships with the private sector.
NIST is hosting its eight Cloud Computing Forum &Workshop on July 7-10, 2015. The format is a 4-dayEvent with the first day focusing on Cloud Standards (organized by ISO/IEC JTC1 SC38) followed by 3-days of Talks and Panels centered on specific areas of research and development in the cloud environment.
The event will cover a number of topics including
Cloud Computing: Customers and Government
The US Government has a large stake in the field of cloud computing and continues to seek out new solutions for operationalizing the cloud computing model in order to serve the citizenry. Other governments have also seen the value in cloud computing and the economic, technological and societal benefit that cloud computing brings to the table. Debates and challenges still persist for cloud customers around the procurement, contracting and the convergence of technological capability and policy issues. This topic will illustrate some these challenges and successes of creative outcomes in various government agencies and customers.
Other topics include:
- Current State of Cloud Computing Standards
- Progress on the NIST SP500 293: 10 High Level Requirements for Cloud Adoption
- Cloud Forensics
The agenda will be posted online soon.
Additional Information: Additional description information about the Forum and Workshop is available here. There is also information on how to prepare and submit an abstract for this event.