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NYC LOCAL: Tuesday 31 March through Thursday 2 April 2009 Three Events A


From: secretary
Subject: NYC LOCAL: Tuesday 31 March through Thursday 2 April 2009 Three Events About The Cloud
Date: 29 Mar 2009 08:31:09 -0400

<blockquote
  what="official announcements from
        NYSIA, CloudCamp, and Cloud Computing Interoperability Forum
        CC and CCIF notices via Brian Gupta and Lisp NYC"
  dates="Tuesday 31 March, NYSIA Panel
         Wednesday 1 April, CloudCamp
         Thursday 2 April, Cloud Computing Interoperability Forum
         all in 2009"
  for-help="Contact Brian Gupta <address@hidden>."
  note="The Cloud: Threat, Menace, or Rain of Frogs?"
  edits="notices cut to fit">

 Date: Sat, 28 Mar 2009 07:20:52 -0500 (EST)
 From: NYSIA HotWire <address@hidden>
 To: address@hidden
 Subject: NYSIA Upcoming Events

    UPCOMING EVENTS and SAVE THE DATEs

    Save the Date:

    Tuesday, March 31, 6:00 PM - SAAS, Virtualization and Cloud Computing :
    "A panel discussion on SaaS and Cloud Computing security"
    Register Here

    Wednesday, April 1, 8:00 AM - NYSIA Sales and Marketing SIG :
    "Optimizing Marketing Strategies in an Economic Crisis"
    Register Here

    Platinum Sponsors:
      * NYC Department of Small Business Services
      * RRE Ventures
      * Microsoft
      * JPMorgan Chase
      * Information Builders
      * IBM
      * Google
      * Empire State Development Corporation

    Newsletter Copyright 2009 by NYSIA
    Designed by Templatesbox.com

    To be removed from our HTML broadcast list, please send email to
    address@hidden with "Hotwire Unsubscribe" in the subject
    line.

< above, notice for NYSIA meeting; below, notices for CC and CCIF />

 Date: Sun, 22 Mar 2009 01:19:54 -0400
 From: Brian Gupta <address@hidden>
 To: lisp <address@hidden>
 Subject: [Lisp] First CloudCamp NYC happening April 1st, 2009. (Limited 
registration)

 I'm gonna be going and hope to see see some of you guys there. This
 will be a great opportunity to share with others who have been active
 in the cloud space. Come if you are currently using services like
 EC2/S3, or are even thinking about it.

 Please register ASAP as tickets are limited (and free!):
 http://cloudcamp-newyork-09.eventbrite.com/)

 BTW - When I say cloud there are basically three types of cloud offerings:
 1) Software as a service (eg. Google Apps for Your Domain, FreshBooks,
 GitHub, SalesForce, etc)
 2) Platform as a service (eg. Google App Engine, EngineYard, Aptana,
 Force.com, etc)
 3) Infrastructure as a service (eg. Amazon Web Services, Sun Cloud,
 Linode, Joyent, etc)

 Here is the site for the event: http://www.cloudcamp.com/newyork/
 (Press release below.)

 Please feel free to let me know (on or off list) if you have any
 questions, as I know some of the organizers. Also, if you know anyone
 who is interested in sponsoring the event, I attached the sponsorship
 docs. Payment is not required at the time of the event, just a
 commitment.

 Cheers,
 -Brian

 P.S. - I am pretty exited this event is coming to NYC.

 CloudCamp and Cloud Computing Interoperability Forum to Bring Together
 the Brightest Minds in Cloud Computing - Tickets Available

 New York, NY (PRWEB) March 19, 2009 -- CloudCamp, an informal,
 member-supported gathering formed to provide a common ground for the
 introduction and advancement of cloud computing, today announced
 CloudCamp New York event and the Wall Street Cloud Computing
 Interoperability Forum (CCIF). CloudCamp New York will be held
 Wednesday, April 1, 2009 from 6-11pm at the Sun Microsystems office,
 101 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10017. CCIF will be held on April 2,
 from 10am-4pm at the Thomson Reuters office at 195 Broadway, New York,
 NY 10007.

 Through CloudCamp events, attendees can exchange ideas, knowledge and
 information in a creative and supporting environment, advancing the
 current state of cloud computing and related technologies. The Cloud
 Computing Interoperability Forum is an open, vendor neutral gathering
 of cloud computing professionals focused on building community
 consensus, exploring emerging trends, and advocating best practices
 and reference architectures for the purposes of standardized cloud
 computing.

 CloudCamp relies entirely on the community to help with meeting
 content, speakers, meeting locations, equipment and membership
 recruitment. There are a number of opportunities to get involved,
 including:

  * ATTEND - Attending CloudCamp is free, fun and informative.
 Tickets are available now - sign up at
 http://www.cloudcamp.com/newyork.
  * PRESENT - CloudCamp will follow the popular Open Space format,
 which encourages an open exchange between presenters and participants.
 If you have a cloud-related topic to discuss, visit the CloudCamp New
 York page and present your ideas.
  * SPONSOR - CloudCamp depends on corporate sponsors who provide
 venues, financial assistance and other valuable donations.
   -CloudCamp sponsors include Sun, Microsoft, IBM, Enomaly,
 Appistry, ZeroNines, Adaptivity and others.
   -CCIF sponsors include Thompson Reuters, IBM, Enomaly, Appistry,
 Adaptivity and others.
   -Sponsors receive recognition for their support and enhanced
 visibility at the Camp. If you would like to sponsor CloudCamp or
 CCIF, please contact Jesse Silver.
 ORGANIZE - CloudCamp is a non-profit, volunteer-driven
 organization. If you'd like to help plan a future CloudCamp, join an
 organizing committee by signing up for the CloudCamp Google Group and
 letting us know about your interest.


 CloudCamp on the Web
 To learn more about CCIF, please visit http://www.cloudforum.org.
 CloudCamp can also be found in various places around the Web:

 http://twitter.com/cloudcamp - CloudCamp on Twitter
 http://twitter.com/cloudforum -- CCIF on Twitter
 http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=3D10128776220 -- CloudCamp on Facebook


 Contacts
 Media:

  * Sam Charrington, (415) 727-1850, sam -at- appistry -dot- com
  * Jesse Silver, (310) 766-2006


 Program - CloudCamp:

  * Dave Nielsen, (415) 531-6674


 Program - CCIF:

  * Reuven Cohen


 About CloudCamp
 CloudCamp was formed in 2008 in order to provide a common ground for
 the introduction and advancement of cloud computing. Through a series
 of local CloudCamp events, attendees can exchange ideas, knowledge and
 information in a creative and supporting environment, advancing the
 current state of cloud computing and related technologies. Planned
 2009 events include Amsterdam, Antwerp, Bangalore, Berlin, New York,
 Stockholm and Singapore.

 --
 - Brian Gupta

 New York City user groups calendar:
 http://nyc.brandorr.com/

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Jay Sulzberger <address@hidden>
Corresponding Secretary LXNY
LXNY is New York's Free Computing Organization.
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