Cloud World Forum

Cloud World ForumThe Annual Cloud World Forum examines the impact of cloud computing on business. The event brings together over 200 industry experts and leaders to share their experience with and knowledge of cloud computing and technology. In addition, over 150 solutions providers showcase their innovation at an accompanying exhibition.

About the Cloud World Forum

The Cloud World Forum attracts some 5,000 attendees interested in cloud computing and enterprise. The conference is an innovative forum for private and private sector players, from small and medium enterprises to global companies. Seminars and presentations examine trends and proven cloud solutions. Best practices in integrating cloud computing into business models, cloud transformation and the latest cloud solutions, such as private cloud hosting, are some of the topics considered at the Cloud World Forum. Big data and analytics solutions, as well as the future of information technology are also considered at the two-day conference.

First held in 2009 as the Cloud Computing World Forum, the event has emerged as one of Europe's leading cloud-focused conferences. Since 2012, the event has been held in parallel with the Big Data World Congress at the Olympia London. The Cloud World Forum in an opportunity to discuss and explore cloud computing and enterprise information technology. Major sponsors of the event include HP, Google, Box, Canopy, Citrix, Cordys, Dell, Interoute, Oracle, Rackspace, SoftLayer, Telstra Global, and VCE. Speakers feature executives of leading technology companies, including Dr. Jeff Jafe of World Wide Web Consortium, BP's Dana Deasy, and Oskar Stal from Spotify. It is held each year in late June.

Venue Information

The Cloud World Forum is held at the Olympia London National Hall in South Kensington. Originally opened in 1886, the historic event venue and conference centre is operated by EC&O Venues. It is situated close to the Kensington (Olympia) rail station, which is served by the London Overground and Underground. Shepherd's Bush, Earl's Court, West Brompton, West Kensington, Barons Court and Hammersmith tube stations are also within a short walk of the conference site. Although public transportation is the best means to arrive at the conference centre, parking is available at Earl's Court.

Registration Information

There is no charge to attend the Cloud World Forum in London. Online registration and further information about the conference is available via the event's website at General enquiries may also be directed by calling 0845 519 1230.

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