Tech Talk with Greystone Solutions

Starts:
5:00 pm on Tuesday, December 3, 2013
Ends:
6:00 pm on Tuesday, December 3, 2013
Location:
BU College of Arts & Sciences, 725 Commonwealth Avenue, Room 326
URL:
http://www.bu.edu/ece/files/2013/11/Tech-Talk-with-Greystone-Solutions.pdf
Boston University Metropolitan College
and the Department of Computer Science present

TECH TALK with Greystone Solutions

“Cloud Computing Trends 2014”

Presentation Summary: Just three years ago, there was wide skepticism of the cloud computing approach and little agreement on the definition of cloud computing. Today, adoption of the cloud is in full gallop, producing winners and losers among companies, technologies and job categories. Unpacking competing claims and approaches remains difficult as firms vie for position in this new generation of computing platform. In this talk we will attempt to define the conceptual “center” of cloud computing and share our views on who wins and who does not. We will specifically address the emerging professional area of “DevOps” and how it may affect the career trajectory of newly minted software engineers and computer scientists.

Greystone Solutions is an established information technology solution provider. Based in Boston, they help companies to design, build and deploy systems that deliver competitive advantage, improve business performance and help to make life at work better. They thrive on creating balanced technical solutions to demanding business challenges. You can learn more at www.greystone.com.

For students interested in exploring job opportunities at Greystone, please visit www.greystone.com/careers/ and submit your resume and cover letter online to jobs@greystone.com.

Guest Speaker: Robert Shear, President and CTO, Greystone Solutions
Robert Shear has been a computing technologist for over 40 years and has served in “hands-on” as well as managerial roles in computer hardware, operating systems, compilers, database systems, enterprise system software and strategic consulting. Bob studied music at the University of Minnesota and has an ALB in mathematics from Harvard University Extension School.

RSVP required (limited seating):
Contact Mary Piterak, MET College Enrollment Service,s at mpiterak@bu.edu or (617) 358-2901. Include name, BU ID, email address, and BU college/program.