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Iron Cloud "Internet of Things" Shootout at Cloud Expo and @ThingsExpo
The live competition among all the key Cloud Computing platforms will be held on Day 3 of the show
By: Liz McMillan
Aug. 3, 2014 11:00 AM
Cloud Expo, Inc. has announced the first annual "Iron Cloud IoT Shootout" to be held on November 6, 2014, at Cloud Expo Silicon Valley at Santa Clara Convention Center in California. The "Iron Cloud IoT Shootout" will be a live competition among all the key Cloud Computing platforms, and will be held on Day 3 of the show, Thursday, November 6, at the Santa Clara Convention Center.
So far five platforms - Amazon AWS, Google GCE, Microsoft Azure, IBM SoftLayer, and Rackspace - have been named as part of the live competition.
The "Iron Cloud IoT Shootout" will feature teams representing each platform. Team members may or may not be employees of the companies that represent the competing platforms. Each team will create an IoT app or service and be judged by everyone in attendance.
The specific time, location, and detailed rules of the live competition will be announced soon.
Join us in Santa Clara, and join us on Day 3 to be part of the Iron Cloud IoT Shootout. Your vote will make a difference!
For more information and updates please contact us at events (at) SYS-CON.com.
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