There’s an exciting new event happening December 6th dubbed the “Woodstock for Cloud Developers.” We’ll be participating at Cloudstock, an industry event taking place in San Francisco’s Moscone West, that brings together a growing developer community and some of the leading cloud technology companies (such as Google, vmware, Salesforce.com and Amazon) to learn, hack and network.

Google is a strong believer in the open technologies powering the web, such as HTML5. Cloud computing is about powering innovations on the web with platforms and services that make developers like you more efficient and allow you to concentrate on solving business problems. No longer do you have to worry about the hassle of acquiring and managing servers, disks, RAM and CPU-- it’s all accessible in the cloud.

Google will be presenting the following sessions at Cloudstock:

  • Introduction to Google’s Cloud Platform Technologies (Christian Schalk)
    This talk will provide an in depth review of Google's Cloud Platform Technologies by first reviewing both Google App Engine and App Engine for Business followed by an introduction to Google's new cloud technologies: Google Storage, Google Prediction API and BigQuery. Throughout the presentation, in depth technical demonstrations will be given showing how to use these technologies together in an integrated manner.
  • Selling your Cloud App on the Google Apps Marketplace (Ryan Boyd)
    This demo-focused session will review how to integrate your app with Google Apps and sell it on the Google Apps Marketplace to reach 30 million users at 3 million businesses. It will dive into the SaaSy Voice demo application, showing how technologies like OpenID-enabled Single Sign-On, OAuth and AtomPub make it easy to create great user experiences for your customers.

We have another session which will be announced shortly-- stay tuned to this blog and the GoogleCode twitter account!

Register for the free Cloudstock event at:
http://www.cloudstockevent.com/

Moscone West
San Francisco, CA
Monday, December 6th, 2010

Looking forward to meeting you there!