The office of Vivek Kundra, President Obama’s new federal CIO, has requested Layered Tech to participate in a summit on cloud computing. Along with a handful of other high-tech firms, Layered Tech will be in a roundtable discussion on the federal government’s potential adoption of cloud computing technologies. The meeting is slated for May 6.
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Layered Tech, a leading global provider of on-demand web hosting and cloud computing solutions today announced that they are the proud Platinum Sponsor of WordCamp 2009, hosted by WordPress.
To be held in San Francisco on Saturday May 30th, this bi-annual blogging event will be buzzing with WordPress users and developers focused on the past, present and future of the blogosphere. Attendees gain practical hands-on skills while also understanding the trends that are shaping today’s web publishing world. WordCamp’s Key Speakers include: Matt Cutts & Steve Souders of Google, John Lilly -CEO of Mozilla, Tim Ferriss -Author of the Bestseller “4-Hour Workweek”; Dave Moyer & Chris Pirillo, famous internet personalities; and of course Matt Mullenweg, Founder of WordPress -as well as many other industry leaders in the blogosphere.
“Layered Tech is proud to be a sponsor of WordCamp 2009, created and hosted by WordPress,” said Todd Abrams, President and COO of Layered Tech. “It’s a notable event keying in on the importance and benefits of blogging, as well as a great opportunity for networking and building key relationships in the industry. WordPress is a valued client of ours, as we provide the majority of their infrastructure. We are continually engaged and supportive of the trails they are blazing in the ever growing web publishing frontier.”
Now Showing! Layered Tech TV, with host John Pozadzides, goes out to Las Vegas to tour the Parallels Expo. Check out these great clips – providing special offers, education and “pure entertainment”.
Layered Tech TV – Episode 3 : Parallels Expo (Part 1 )
Layered Tech TV – Episode 4 : Parallels Expo (Part 2)
Did you make it to the show? If yes, share your insights with us.
On the road again… Layered Tech is proud to be a Platinum Sponsor of the MSDN Developer Conference series. We are officially on the road with Microsoft and will be in the following cities in the coming months: Houston, TX (12-9-08 done), Chicago, IL (1-13-09), Dallas, TX (1-26-09) and San Francisco, CA (2-19-09).
Come and hear all of the exciting announcements around the Azure Services Platform and Windows 7. Also learn about the latest developments in .NET, Silverlight, Surface, Parallel Programming, Live Mesh, and more. Stop by the Layered Tech booth and check out some of the great show specials! See show details
With that, you’re invited to join us!
Request your FREE attendee pass for these events at firstname.lastname@example.org
2–Day WordPress Event Includes Sessions on Ways to Power Up Your Blog, SEO for Bloggers, and the Business of Blogging
Plano, TX (March 18, 2008) – Layered Technologies, a leading worldwide provider of “on demand” IT infrastructure, announces today their sponsorship of WordCamp Dallas, hosted by WordPress. WordCamp is a 2-day conference for podcasters, designers, programmers, aficionados, users and developers. The first day focuses on how to be a better blogger and the second day discusses the development and future of publishing on the Web. The event will be March 29 – 30.in Frisco, TX, and is limited to the first 300 attendees that register.
“Layered Technologies is proud to be a sponsor of WordCamp, created and hosted by WordPress,” said Todd Abrams, president and COO of Layered Technologies. “It’s a great event that emphasizes the importance and benefits of publishing on the Web, as well as a great opportunity for networking and building relationships. WordPress is a valued client of ours, as we provide the majority of their infrastructure. We are thrilled to offer them our support in return.”
With clients in over 120 countries, Layered Technologies’ custom technology solutions allow both large and small customers to rapidly deploy on-demand hosting and utility computing services, providing all the controls of co-location without the start up costs, the commitments, and the challenges. Layered Technologies’ on-demand computing solutions are effectively utilized by thousands of customers around the world, including WordPress.
”WordCamp is a great venue for us to interact with the WordPress community,” said Abrams. “It is also a great opportunity for us to reach out to other Web 2.0 companies and bloggers and let them know how we can help them create an infrastructure that will scale to their demands and provide instant new computing capacity without capital expenditures.”
The event will be held Saturday, March 29 and Sunday, March 30 at George A. Purefoy Municipal Center, 6101 Frisco Square Blvd., Frisco, TX. Wordcamp starts at 9:30 AM on both days. The agenda for WordCamp includes expert panels and presentations on the business of blogging, SEO for blogging, ways to power up your blog, how to prevent, detect and stop content theft of your blog, and more. Presenters include: John Pozadzides, CMO of Layered Technologies and Matt Mullenweg, founding developer of WordPress.
Registration for WordCamp Dallas is $20. To register, go to: http://wordcampdallas2008.eventbrite.com/.
Article by Justin Lee, theWHIR.com
January 29, 2007 — (WEB HOST INDUSTRY REVIEW) — Conferences and exhibitions play a significant role in the hosting industry, helping companies to broaden their market reach and potentially draw in new customers and partners. But like some other areas of the industry, the market has become saturated with dozens of conferences and exhibitions being held each year, including giants like HostingCon and ISPCON, a challenge for the operators of smaller events.
For two years, utility hosting services provider Layered Technologies has worked to distinguish LT PACT event as an important consideration among hosting related events. Though it is held by a hosting company, LT PACT is not strictly self-serving, but is designed to benefit its attendees and the presenting companies within the context of the environment of Layered Tech’s customers and partners, says president and COO Todd Abrams.
“It’s not directly a sales objective for Layered Tech,” says Abrams. “It’s really about broadening the overall knowledge base of the people there, as well as experts of the industry that our clients and partners don’t really get to talk with.”
Returning to Las Vegas, Nevada’s Caesars Palace Resort from June 25 to 27, LT PACT 2008 will offer presentations from industry analysts, key industry players, Web hosts and other leaders, discussing issues that are pertinent to the industry. The conference, now in its third year, will provide attendees with further industry insights, the ability to interact with new products in workshops and ways to boost their revenue with improved business practices. Read on >>
Learn more about LT PACT 2008 >>
During Layered Technologies’ partner conference LTPACT 2007, WHIR had the opportunity to sit down with Bert Armijo, VP of Sales & Marketing from 3Tera and ask him some questions about one of the hottest topics during the event: Utility (GRID) Computing.
With 3Tera representing one of the strongest proponents of grid technology in the hosting industry, it was interesting to hear Bert discuss the virtues of utility computing, the company’s new virtual private data center joint offering with Layered Technologies and the next future project for 3Tera. View video here: http://link.brightcove.com/services/link/bcpid271557071/bctid1119242626
WHIR Interview with Michael Platner / CEO of Layered Tech: http://www.thewhir.com/blogs/WHIR-TV/index.cfm/2007/6/27/LT-Pact-2007–Interview-with-Michael-Platner
While at Layered Technologies’ second annual partner event LT Pact 2007, I sat down with Michael Platner, the CEO of Layered Technologies, and got his thoughts on the event, what he hoped attendees took away from the conference, his views on grid and utility computing and his belief on why it will become the way of the future.
WordCamp is a 2-day conference for WordPress users and developers. The first day will focus on how to be a better blogger, the second on the development and future of WordPress.
The first day will revolve around user topics and the second day primarily on developer topics. WordCamp is one of the largest, interactive, in-person events held in the blogging community and registration is currently full with attendance pushing 500+.
We are proud to be able to further support the efforts of Matt and his team’s initiatives above and beyond the ever changing and growing requirements of the WordPress infrastructure that we provide.
I will be attending and I look forward to networking with the WP community and learning as much as I can at CAMP over the two days.
Visit WordCamp 2007 for more information on the event.
Reserve June 20th —22nd for this hot LAS VEGAS hosting event. WHIR and Layered Technologies (LT) invite all hosting industry players to LT PACT 2007:::LAS VEGAS. This 2nd annual event will be in Las Vegas, Nevada from June 20th to June 22nd. Hosting customers, resellers, vendors, media and industry players will converge on Caesars Palace once again for the event that will take everyone to the next level.
Come early to Las Vegas and stay late!
Register Now (links to www.ltpact.com).
Layered Technologies will be at the show with to present our vision for the Virtual Private Datacenter technology and its likely impacts on the industry. Please click through to the media advisory.
We came across Tim O’Reilly’s piece in Wired about the Web 2.0 Expo which his organization runs.
Tim O’Reilly: Web 2.0 Is About Controlling Data
“It’s not too late to get on the “web 2.0″ bandwagon, says publishing magnate Tim O’Reilly, who coined the term. And if you’re wondering what it takes to build a web 2.0 startup. O’Reilly has just the conference for you — the Web 2.0 Expo. O’Reilly Media and CMP are co-hosting the conference, which runs April 15 to 18 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco…..One of the big changes at the heart of web 2.0 is the shift from the creation of software artifacts, which is what the PC revolution was about, to the creation of software services. These are services that ultimately, if they are successful, will require competencies of operation, of scale, and the like.”
Note his comment that confirms our strategy of enabling competencies of operation and scale. The Virtual Private Datacenter customers and their innovations will have a huge advantage in the market place because they can put their resources and develop core competence in their applications and appliances without worrying about the underlying infrastructure or scalability. That is the magic sauce of Utility computing which we have actualized. Click through to read the complete piece by Tim.