Twitter Roundup: Interop Las Vegas 2014

With Interop Las Vegas 2014 bringing in top tech companies and professionals, here's a look at the Twitter chatter from the attendees.

Interop Las Vegas 2014 drew the world's top tech companies to the quarterly trade conference for five days of sun and a look at the latest in high-tech offerings.

Conferencegoers took to Twitter to talk about different companies, new products, releases and services aimed at helping IT meet the demands posed by the business side.

Welcome to Interop, which kicked off March 31 and featured dozens of speakers from companies like Red Hat, VMware, HP and more.

What's the first stop when you get to Interop? Registration, of course.

The Cloud Connect Summit, one of the more popular attractions at Interop Las Vegas 2014, was a two-day program with presentations focused on "critical cloud decisions."

TechTarget's Beth Pariseau attended Cloud Connect at Interop and tweeted from one of the presentations.

One Cloud Connect Summit presenter detailed the latest migration trends.

Google and Amazon both made cloud announcements recently -- but what was missing? This slide explains.

Is private cloud slowing down? According to this study, it might be.

What's a conference without an awards ceremony? VMware took home the hardware in the Best of Interop 2014 cloud category.

Here's another slide looking at one direction where cloud is headed.

 

What confluence of components affects application performance?

This was last published in April 2014

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