Europe’s largest infrastructure networking and deal making event focuses on explosive cloud and datacentre transformation

Datacloud 2015 creates the largest European platform for datacentre and cloud IT infrastructure end users and business leaders. The conference June 3 and 4, aims to explore the very latest in technologies and markets, to inspire through rich content and hosts 2,000 senior executives to meet, connect, collaborate and do deals.

Extensively covering data and cyber security, cost, application management and performance, scalability of cloud technologies, enterprise IT control, and energy management, the datacentre remains at the epicentre of both the event and today’s businesses, enabling and securing the applications and services that are critical to operations and poised to transform radically through the explosive levels of new demand.

Data growth – quadrupling-tripling every two years - generated through media, video, M2M and the Internet of Things, the need for new technologies driving change, and the opportunities for unleashing their power, zettabyte architectures, design and construction of next gen datacentres and energy supply and management all feature as important themes in one of the most wide-ranging programmes ever.

The Cloud shift in IT models and their challenges focuses the minds of 200 international experts with end users representing around 50% of the speaker academy, and who will provide the latest relevant insight through case studies and firesider interviews. Finance, investment, emerging markets, and smart cities also feature as key topics.

As the European market leader, the event brings together executives from 50 countries to facilitate the marketplace where deals are done in the cloud economy. Enterprise influencers and decision makers lead the pressing business and technical issues found in the event programme with experts, panels, workshops and firesiders offering a rich mix of ideas and perspectives within an exceptional networking platform.

The coastal location of Monaco some thirty minutes from Nice International Airport served by most budget airlines, and the special offers available for hotel accommodation present a cost and time effective business opportunity for any company engaged in this vibrant international growth market.

“Outsourced datacentre space as a proportion of total space varies enormously around the world – 24% in the UK, 38% in the US - and demonstrates significant room to grow further in many other markets,” commented Steve Wallage, managing director of BroadGroup Consulting. “Datacloud responds to the business imperative for executives to absorb an information deep dive over two days to help them manage their big data decisions from managing cloud to outsourcing.”

Supported by an international exhibition the event targets the leadership of organizations managing the IT estate and in house cloud computing resources, datacentre, cloud, managed and content service providers, Telcos, systems integrators, solutions firms, consultancies and expert advisors. The organizers have also announced that the annual Datacloud Awards ceremony will take place in Monaco on the eve of conference 2 June.