Physical networks that enable cloud computing are inflexible, expensive, time consuming and do not provide a centralized management system. Escalating demand for cloud computing applications require enterprises, data centers and government agencies to manage large public and private networks, which require excessive amounts of time to make even the slightest of changes, all while failing to provide a centralized and secure network.
IC3 speaker Cynthia Thomas helped solve this problem by developing a network virtualization platform that provides a software layer directly within existing physical network hardware. Cynthia is a Systems Engineer at Midokura. She was previously an Engineeer at Alcatel-Lucent and Brocade.
In San Jose Cynthia will join Alex Williams and a panel of colleagues to discuss containers and security. She’s also an IC3 alumna, having spoken at IC3 in Seattle recently.