Join us for our Christchurch Cloud Breakfast
Thursday 15 September 2016
We have introduced a number of services and enhancements since the Cloud Breakfast last year. Join us on the 15th September, where we will demonstrate some new features, including:
* Granular access control
* Server affinity and anti-affinity for high availability
* Launching Windows compute instances
* Upcoming Hamilton region
* Price updates
By attending this presentation you will learn about:
* The infrastructure and platform services available on the Catalyst Cloud in New Zealand
* The impact of network latency on user experience and the business
* How local cloud prices compare to global cloud providers
Come along for a great breakfast, superb coffee, entertaining presentations, illuminating conversations and be in the draw to win a pair of Sennheiser PXC 250-II noise cancelling headphones.
About the speakers
Stephen Judd has been working in IT for over 20 years, starting on the help desk and moving outwards and upwards from there. Now Catalyst's General Manager in Christchurch, Stephen will give you an overview and outline the roadmap of Catalyst's new cloud services.
Bruno Lago, the General Manager of the Catalyst Cloud is a solutions architect passionate about the use of open source software in the public and private sectors. His expertise in cloud computing helped Catalyst develop and implement the Catalyst Cloud.
John Emerson, Global C.I.O. at Tait Communications
Edward Abraham, is the CEO of Dragonfly Data Science and will be showcasing Kōkako and how they have made use of the Catalyst Cloud.
If you have any questions or would like further information about this event or the Catalyst Cloud, contact us.
To secure your place at this breakfast, register here by close of business on Wednesday 7 September.