Our November event will invite the heads in charge of developing service strategies to be implemented at major data center and cloud service providers in order to talk about what kind of skill sets infrastructure engineers should have (to survive in the future).
Starting with Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google App Engine, cloud services are getting spread out in Japan, which makes us easier to develop scalable and feasible systems. Infrastructure engineers will no longer build a server and mount it on a rack at a data center. Their routine jobs will be changing to another form.
While the trends on how to build infrastructure are changing, what are required for you to keep being as an edgy engineer? Let’s hear the perspectives of experts leading these infrastructure services.
How to apply:
Fill the form through this link.
19:00-20:15: Panel discussion: What kind of skill sets should infrastructure engineers have?
Door opens at 18:30. Including 30 minute Q&A session.
20:15-20:30： Lightening talks
For those who wish to deliver a lightening talk, please drop us a line to info[at]startup-dating.com.
20:30-22:00： Startup Dating
Kensaku Shimada (Manager, Network Business Dept., Livedoor) Twitter: @kshimada
Toshikazu Sumi (General Manager, Platform Business Dept., KDDI Web Communications) Twitter: @toshikz
Date: November 25th, 2010 (Thu) 19:00-22:00 (door opens at 18:30)
Admission fee: 500 yen (system developer) / 3,000 yen (entrepreneur and others) light refreshments and beverages will be served.
Location: Sumitomo Fudousan Kojimachi Building No. 3, 3-6 Kojimachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 102-0083
(2 min walk from “Kojimachi” Yuurakucho Line / 4 min Walk from “Hannzomon” Hannzomon Line)
Venue provided by: KDDI Web Communications
Food catering sponsored by: Piku Media
Media sponsored by: TechCrunch Japan and Asiajin
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