Available 09:00-17:30

HPC in the Cloud seminar: DATA STORAGE PEOPLE

Red Oak Consulting is delighted to announce we will be holding another HPC in the Cloud customer seminar on the 17th October.  Following recent feedback we have centred this seminar on the hot topics of Data Storage and People when looking at HPC in the Cloud technology.

This seminar will be held at the De Vere Hotel, Beaumont Estate, Old Windsor on the 17th October.

We are delighted to announce our guest speakers for the day will be from; Met Office, Microsoft, Newcastle University, Verne Global and, of course, Red Oak Consulting.

Our thought provoking day is guaranteed to offer fresh insight, enable you to hear from real life experiences, deliver innovative thinking and discuss the challenges of this technology in a friendly and collaborative environment.


The Red Oak HPC in the Cloud seminars were established to allow people to come together in a non selling environment.  Our aim is to enable our audience to learn and understand further about HPC and  Cloud technology without commercial pressures.  We have created a safe and enjoyable environment allowing our attendees to relax and learn whilst making new acquaintances.

All our speakers, as you would expect, come with a highly diverse set of viewpoints.  Our aim is to question, challenge, explore and debate the pro’s and con’s of both technologies.

Listen to more on data management in the cloud

Learn further about storage in the cloud

Listen to lessons which have been learnt

Learn from real life experiences

Listen to real life challenges

Learn how to overcome roadblocks

Listen to why people are the key to success

Learn about the importance of change management

This is a FREE event with FREE on-site parking and FREE WI-FI.  Full refreshments will served throughout the day.

If you are interested in attending or want to know more please contact vicki.lockhart@redoakconsulting.co.uk



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