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Cloud Expo Sponsor Amazon Web Services Takes On Cloud Debunkers

Debunks Debunkers as Presentation at Cloud Expo in New York Approaches

Steve Riley from Amazon Web Services will be speaking at the Fifth International Cloud Expo this week at the Javits Center in New York. His topic will be How to "Think Cloud." Amazon is and will be one of the major service providers for Cloud Computing, as it already manages one of the largest, most sophisticated distributed networks in the world.

As Cloud Expo opened, another Amazon Web Services executive, company vice president Adam Selipsky, offered up five myths of Cloud Computing:

Myth 1: The Cloud is Not Reliabe

Myth 2: Security and Privacy are not Adequate in the Cloud

Myth 3: Companies Can Get All the Benefits of the Cloud by Creating an In-House, Private Cloud

Myth 4: If You Can't Move Everythng at Once, the Cloud is not for You

Myth 5: Cost is the Biggest Cloud Adoption Driver

Cloud Expo features keyntoes, general session, and an eight-track conference program that touches on all aspects of the cloud. Delegates are encouraged to chat up Amazon executives there to learn the detail regarding these five myths, as well as AWS's overall vision for cloud computing.

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