Come learn about Data Stream Processing with Smart Networks & Fog Computing at Stream Conference 2016 in San Francisco on Wednesday, September 26, 2016. Our session is at 10:20am in the Main Session Hall. From the conference catalog:
“Just as the cloud has become mainstream, always-on applications are driving the demand for new, smarter networks. Hear opposing viewpoints on new approaches for building and using Smart Networks and ‘Fog Computing’ to address scale and latency, improve reliability, and overcome bandwidth and cost constraints.
Panelists: Kilton Hopkins – Founder & CTO of IO Tracks, Robert Frederick – Founder & CEO of Sirqul, Dib Sengupta – Sr. Member of Technical Staff at Oracle”
Beyond that, we’ll drill into questions including, but not limited to:
- Classic scenarios/use cases for Smart Networks and Fog Computing. What’s fundamentally new here?
- Solution adoption criteria/considerations for the Technical Decision Maker. What are the hidden gotchas?
- Solution adoption criteria/considerations for the Business Decision Maker. What are the hidden costs?
- What role is security playing as a consideration in solution design and implementation. What role should security be playing?
- What special software developer skills are needed to unlock the potential of data stream processing? Consider the viewpoint of both the aspiring practitioner that wants to ‘bone up’, as well as the CTO/VP Eng that’s building a team.
See you there.