I’m heading to the Intel Cloud Day event on Thursday March 31, courtesy of the fine people at Tech Field Day.
Over the course of the day, Intel will provide details on a variety of its efforts around building software-defined infrastructure for the cloud, including network-centric projects such as Intel Network Builders, updates on its efforts around NFV, and storage initiatives. The company is also hosting presentations from cloud customers to share use cases and operational insights.
The last time I had an Intel briefing via Tech Field Day, it was a firehose of information around software-defined infrastructure and DPDK, so I’m anticipating another round of detailed presentations on what Intel is up to.
Tech Field Day is also hosting roundtables with the delegates, and they may be live-streamed. (If so, I’ll update here with details.) And depending on what I learn at the event, I’m going to follow up with blogs and analysis.
Disclaimer: My travel, accommodations, and meals are being paid for by Tech Field Day.
Pledge: I’m flying cross-country for the event, but I promise not to tweet any gratuitous complaints about air travel hassles.