The Cloud Connect conference this week in Santa Clara, Calif. brought together an estimated 3,500 cloud technologists for four days of seminars, presentations and panels that examined virtually all aspects of cloud computing. Leading experts in the field were on hand to discuss the latest cloud computing innovations and best practices. Here’s a look at some scenes from Tuesday’s sessions at Cloud Connect, which is being held at the Santa Clara Convention Center.
- MICHIEL de JONG
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