CMG Keynote Speaker, Featured Speakers, and Panel Highlights

As you look over the agenda for this year’s CMG

conference, make sure you note the Keynote and Featured speakers and the Panels spread throughout the week. You will find a large amount of worthwhile information on all of them.

This year’s Keynote Address, IT Game Changers: The Performance Professional’s Guide to Becoming a Technology Trailblazer, will be delivered by Glenn Anderson. Glenn has been a recognized expert on information systems and strategies for many years, and he will have much to say about one of the on-going challenges for all of us: how to deal with the latest new technology in our ever-changing environments. Don’t miss this opportunity.

This year, rather than a single Plenary speaker, we will have a half dozen Featured speakers on Monday afternoon, following the Opening Session and Keynote address:

Annie Shum will speak on The “Measured” Way to Cloud Computing: Workload Characterization, Pricing Option Selections, and Capacity Planning. This will be another wonderfully informative and thought-provoking session.
Nalini Elkins will speak on Network Performance Management in 2015
Scott Barber will speak on A Performance Testing Story From Conception To Gravestone
Imad Mouline will speak on The Evolution of the Architecture of Web applications Requires a Load Testing Evolution
Jaqui Lynch will speak on A View of UNIX and Pervasive Computing

As always, the Program Committee has arranged a fine group of panel discussions featuring industry experts who will answer your questions, no matter how difficult. These panels cover a wide range of subjects, so highlight the ones you will need to attend! You can select from:

– Software Performance Engineering: A Community Discussion on Organizational Best Practices
– System z Performance Questions and Answers (you may email questions for the panel in advance to: zos_panel@cmg.org)
– Do we need Load Testing? DB2 Perfor mance Questions and Answers (you may email questions for the panel in advance to: db2_panel@cmg.org)
– Storage Performance Council: 2009 Update and Discussion

Finally, don’t forget that early registration ends on Friday,
October 8. Get your registrations in NOW and save money!

Bill Jouris
General Chair, CMG’10
cmggc@cmg.org

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