Newsweek Events to Host Structure 2017 in San Francisco

Speakers Will Feature the Biggest Names and Most Innovative Ideas in Cloud Computing and Infrastructure

Newsweek Media Group, the family of digital-first media brands that start and shape global conversations that matter (“Company”), today announced its speaker line-up for Structure 2017, the world’s pre-eminent convening on cloud computing and infrastructure to be held in San Francisco on Nov. 14-15. Newsweek Events acquired Structure in early 2017 February from Giga-Om, the digital media company.

“Structure 2017 is a cloud technology event like no other bringing together the biggest thinkers from the world’s top technology companies to help the CIOs and the decision-makers of tomorrow see what’s ahead in cloud computing and infrastructure,” said Alan Press, President of Newsweek Media Group. “Like all conferences hosted by Newsweek Events, Structure 2017 features firsthand customer insights, pioneering vendors and leading industry analysts to help leaders in their fields make informed decisions about their businesses for today and tomorrow.”

The cloud technology event will feature a number of trends including:

  • AI: We've seen cooking, chess, portfolio management and self-driving cars. But can we apply A.I. to run our infrastructure more efficiently? Can it outsmart hackers more effectively? Come hear what Oracle, Ayasdi, AT&T and Intel have to say. 
  • Containers: Who is really leveraging the full capability of containers? We have a bevy of speakers lined up to speak to the future of containers.
  • Edge Computing: Can a self-driving car in L.A. put up with the packet round trip to a cloud on the east coast? Is VR a reality or an old VHS tape? Amit Zavery, SVP from Oracle will lead the predictions.

Newsweek Events provides today’s consumers and businesses with a more informed and curated global perspective on business, politics and culture across multiple content verticals, with a particular focus on the finance, science, technology and sustainability sectors. Newsweek Events launched in early 2017 in the U.K. with the inaugural AI & Data Science in Capital Markets Conference, which attracted more than 420 attendees from 51 nations and received rave reviews from participants and will be repeated in New York City Dec. 6-7.

Structure 2017 will feature the following Speakers:

Urs Holze, Google

George Gilbert, Wikibon/ The Cube

Linda Tong, AppDynamics

Adrian Cockcroft, Amazon Web Services

Ian Thomson, The Register

Mark Russinovich, Microsoft

Jay Parikh, Facebook

Jason Hoffman, Ericsson

Matt Wienberger, Business Insider

Amit Zavery, Oracle

Ellen Rubin, Clear SkyData

Michael Lopp, Slack

Amol Phadke, Accenture

Jason Shepherd, Dell Inc.

Nicole Hemsworth, The Next Platform

Bob Warrall, Juniper Networks

Jason Waxman, Intel

Raffi Krikorian, Democratic National Committee

Bryan Cantrill, Joyent

Alex Polvi, Core OS

Vinod Khosla, Khosla Ventures

Bryson Koehler, IBM

Jeetu Patel, Box

 

Joe Franscella, Devops.com

Raghu Raghurum, VMware

Davd Ohara, GreenM3

Jon Engates, Rackspace

Steven Martin, GE Energy Connections

David Linthicum, Cloud Technology Networks

Jonathan Vanian, Fortune Magazine

Susie Wee, Cisco DevNet

Derrick Harris, Architecht

Josh Crowe, Sunguard Availability Services

Thomas Siebel, C3 loT

Ellen Rubin, Clear SkyData

Julia Grace, Slack

Abhay Parasnis, Adobe

Attend Structure this November 14th & 15th at the South San Francisco Conference Center in San Francisco. As with other Structure Events, the conference is expected to sell out. Register today to ensure your spot.
http://www.structureconf.com/registration

Media interested in attending Structure 2017 can contact James Karklins, Chief Marketing Officer, Newsweek Events at j.karklins@newsweek.com.

About Newsweek Media Group
Newsweek Media Group is a family of digital-first, global media brands that seek to start and shape conversations that matter. We offer an objective perspective to smart and accessible news, media and entertainment to nearly 100 million consumers and business leaders around the world. Headquartered in New York City, Newsweek Media Group owns and operates the iconic Newsweek magazine, Newsweek Events, and digital media properties including the International Business Times, Player.One, Latin Times, and Medical Daily. As one of the world’s only truly global media brands, Newsweek Media Group combines the proven agility of the digitally native IBT properties with the trusted integrity, known world-over, of Newsweek. Newsweek Media Group launched Newsweek Events, its global events business in March 2017. International Business Times is a digital news publication that today reaches an average of 18-plus million readers each month via eight separate editions, in four languages. Market-specific editions are now available in the U.S., the UK, Australia, China, India, Italy, Japan & Singapore. Newsweek publishes a U.S. and International edition weekly in English. The international edition — branded as Newsweek International — serves the Europe, Middle-East, Africa and Asia-Pacific regions while language-specific editions are available in Japan, Korea, Latin America, Pakistan, Poland and Serbia. A separate Arabic-language edition is also published for the Middle East. The print edition of Newsweek is now available in 68 territories while round-the-clock- coverage on the latest breaking world news can be found at newsweek.com.
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About Newsweek Media Group

Newsweek Media Group is a family of digital-first, global media brands that seek to start and shape conversations that matter.