October 7-10, 2012, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Session Details

Cloud Computing: Planning for Success

#AIM47 Applications, Integration and Mobile Track

102 D & E, Frontier Airlines Center

Monday,
10:45
11:30
AM

As users download more apps on their phones and play games for hours on Facebook, their expectations no longer allow higher education to slowly scale up our infrastructure and grow. In this presentation, we will explore how cloud computing can be used as the key element in making your applications available to a broader audience and discuss practical techniques for developing your applications for mass consumption, preparing for spikes and establishing user engagement metrics. This session is intended for developers, managers, and marketers who want to take their sites and apps and make them more accessible, available and reliable.

Presenter

Jason Fish
Manager of Application Programming, Purdue University

Jason Fish is the Manager of Application Programming for the Informatics group at Purdue University where he is responsible for providing development in the areas of research, teaching and learning. His experience includes application development, project management, and driving new and creative Web and Mobile strategies. The work of his group has been featured by the New York Times, CNET, and The Chronicle of Higher Education.