Keynote speakers and learnShops
easyFairs learnShops are independent mini-seminars and brief workshops that add value to the visitor experience; offered throughout the two days, they're conveniently located right on the show floor (not hidden away in a far corner), so it's easy to "drop in" to hear the ones that interest you!
Find out how to make your job easier or discover something new about the latest trends from experts, thought leaders, and professional peers.
The schedule will be continuously updated. See the Swedish page for exact schedule.
9th of May - DAY 1
9th of March 09.00am - Stage Virtualization
Is your IT dashboard fit for purpose?
Our collective experiences with consumer technologies and social media enabled problem resolution is changing what we expect from enterprise IT and support. Transparency, better self-help documentation and immediate access to experts are just three examples of fresh challenges faced by delivery teams. At the same time, cloud computing options are driving financial re-assessment of traditional IT management options such as offshoring, nearshoring, homeshoring and outsourcing. This presentation will review internal user and IT management trends and propose dashboard redesign to focus on outcomes that reflect the modern workforce's needs.
Puni Rajah, Research Director, The Governance Board
9th of May 9.30am - Microsoft stage
IT-zation of life! Bring your own devices! Conzumerzation of IT ! New world of work!
For Microsoft, the digital lifestyle is a reality we live in today. We know how IT is becoming increasingly important in solving the challenges we face in areas such as climate, education, healthcare and research, and for us it is obvious that the infrastructure for future digital society must be fast, safe and cost effective.
We want to share with us some of our experiences on how the digital society can take the next step.
Per Adolfsson, President of Microsoft
9th of May 10.00am - Stage Virtualization
The Best Way to Manage and Secure Your Virtual Infrastructure
- Management Tools for Monitoring and Reporting
Save money by getting better control of your virtual infrastructure
Identify performance bottlenecks an root causes Instantaneously
Plan investments ahead of time with advanced capacity planning features
Identify over provisioned virtual machines
- The Best Tool in the Market for Backup, Restore and Disaster Recovery
The agentless solution
The Power of VPower
Skip restore – do recovery or restart
Automate restore tests – verify backup consistency
Tommy Popovic, Veeam
9th of May 10.30am - Stage Cloud
Work in the future. Now.
The web is fundamentally changing the way we work - is your company ready?
Jesper Ritsmer Stormholt is the Territory Manager for Google Enterprise in the Nordic Region. He has a +16 years of experience of the IT industry, working with distruptive technologies and solutions that changes the way businesses utilize and adopt IT within their environment. Lately his focus has been missioning for Cloud Computing services, like Software-as-a-Service and Platform-as-a-Service, in order to improve the communication, collaboration and security for businesses. Jesper has a Masters Degree in Computer Science and lives outside Copenhagen, Denmark
Jesper Ritsmer Stormholt, Territory Manager for Google Enterprise in the Nordic Region
9th of May 10.45pm - Stage Wireless
"Global Cyber (in)Security"
- Spaghetti technology through globalisation
- Are we doomed to cyber failure and does anyone really care?
- Talk is cheap, policy writing is cheap, but what actions do we need to take – collectively?
John Suffolk, The Global Head of Cyber Security for Huawei and the former UK Government CIO & CISO
9th of May 11.00am - Virtualization Stage
One solution to protect all – Physical, Virtual and Cloud
This presentation will cover how organisations can look at new ways to apply technology to reduce their costs, including using different vendor storage platforms for greater cost efficiency, cutting
storage migration times down to minutes and how to recycle existing storage hardware. Culminating in a live demo of our ground-breaking new Universal Virtual Recovery Appliance that turns an ESX server into a “plug-n-play” HA or DR solution
Andy Ebbs - Solution Architect Vision solutions
9th of May 11.45am - Stage Security
Palo Alto Networks - Why do you need a next-generation firewall?
Matias Cuba Country Manager Nordics
9th of May 11.45am - Stage Wireless
Magnus Hellström. Marketing Manager NoWire Nordic AB
9th of May 12.00pm - Virtualization Stage
RHEV3 - Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3
Red Hat® Enterprise Virtualization 3 is a complete virtualization management solution for server and desktop virtualization and the first enterprise-ready, fully open source virtualization platform. Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization represents a true strategic virtualization alternative to organizations looking for better total cost of ownership (TCO), faster return on investment (ROI), accelerated break-even, and freedom from vendor lock-in.
Johan Broman, Sr Soloutions Architect Platform - Red Hat
9th of May 12.30pm - Stage Cloud
The truth about the journey to a modern and agile IT delivery – listen to customer experiences
Derek will describe the journey to a modern and agile IT delivery and how the IT-organization can use the new technology to become more effective and deploy new services much faster. The customers will do the transformation in different speeds, some will build their own private clouds and other will buy it as a service. Derek is a well known and popular speaker and he will share the experiences from the many projects he has been involved with.
Derek Cockerton, Director Converged Infrastructure HP EMEA.
9th of May 12.30pm
Bring your own device!
Through Techdata: Peter Jerehamre Cisco
9th of May 13.00pm - Stage Virtualization
How to build a virtualized, disaster-proof IT infrastructure in 30 minutes
Server virtualization is everyday food for many people but to build redundant solutions that meet the current requirements and future needs can be complex. To ensure that you have an environment that is disaster-proof, but also as flexible as possible can be a challenge. With HP Virtual System you can build a virtualized environment with bricks supplied, are supported and installed by a supplier. How do you take their IT environment to the next level, HP says.
Robert Fletcher, HP
9th of May 13.15pm - Security stage
Splunk - Gaining operational intelligence from machine data
Product owner for the industry leading NoSQL Splunk data engine, including:
- pricing and productization
- indexing and search services
- distributed data collection and ETL
- data optimization and management
- distributed / mapreduce parallel computing
Johnathon Cervelli, Senior Director, Product Management , Splunk
9th of may 13.30pm - Stage Cloud
9th of May 13.45pm - Stage Wireless
Bring Your Own Device to a Post Desktop World
Employees today expect to use personal mobile devices such as laptops, tablets, smartphones, e-readers and more while at work. This bring-your-own-device phenomenon is changing the way IT organizations address network access security. For IT organizations, BYOD means supporting a variety of devices and their operating systems, and maintaining an expected level of service. To keep costs low, it must be easy to securely onboard new devices and quickly identify and resolve problems. This session focuses on the benefits and considerations associated with BYOD, and how organizations can effectively deploy a unified access management solution for any wireless, wired or VPN network.
Chris Kozup, Senior Director of Marketing, Aruba Networks EMEA
9th of May 14.00pm - Security Stage
Server Load Balancing with KEMP LoadMaster
High Availability, Scalability and Performance of Server-based applications – Crucial for your Business. Learn more about how the “KEMP LoadMaster” helps you to achieve it. Come and see how easy it can be configured.
KEMP Technologies is rated as “Value Leader” in Server Load Balancing and Application Delivery. Load balancing = complex and expensive? Not anymore!
Detlef Lilje, Sales&Channel Manager Nordics, KEMP Technologies
9th of May 14.00pm – Stage Virtualization
Choosing the right client for desktop virtualization
This presentation will look at desktop virtualization from a client device perspective. Using examples from customer case studies, it will look at the growing number of device alternatives, and how these can help address the challenges of Windows 7 migration and aging PC desktops. You will gain an up to date view and an understanding of what’s achievable from the choices available to you.
Mattias Björkman, Regional Sales Manager at Wyse Technology
9th of May 14.15pm - Stage Cloud
What is Ericssons view and on the cloud and the challenges for both Enterprises and Operators? This presentation will give you an overview about main challenges and opportunities and the potential role of the operators in this new value chain.
Stephan Erne, Director Business Development, Ericsson AB
9th of May 14.45pm - Wireless stage
Are you ready for BYOD?
"Bring your own device" is spreading rapidly. Your employees want to use
optional equipment. Most often their own. No matter your IT policy.
Nothing is namely the same. New processes, increase mobility, cloud services,
video entry and demands on their equipment puts new demands on your
Instead let the force free in your organization. Construction productivity, efficiency and opportunities for cooperation in a world where people want to choose their own equipment and their own workplace.
Cisco talks about current and future trends and how we can help companies to embrace BYOD full.
Niklas Andersson, CEO Cisco Sweden
9th of May 15.00pm - Cloud Stage
Jay Park, Facebooks director of Data Center Design, Construction, and Facility Operations comes to IPEXPO 2012. He will talk about why Facebook placed a data center in Luleå, data center design and energy efficiency. Do not miss this unique opportunity to meet Jay Park!
Jay Park is a registered professional electrical engineer and has 26 years of experience in various high tech industries including datacenter design and construction, semiconductor fabs, geothermal power plants, offshore oil drilling platforms, and utility substations. He joined Facebook in 2009 as the director of datacenter design engineering and construction. Since joining Facebook, Jay has filed four patents related to datacenter design. He applied his patent pending design, 48VDC DC UPS system integrated with 277VAC server power supply, and launched an innovative high energy efficient, cost effective, and high reliability datacenter in Prineville, Oregon. He also launched a “generator-less” datacenter design in Lulea, Sweden. In 2011 his datacenter design received “Best Green Building” Award from ENR, Engineering News Record.
Jay Park Director of Datacenter Design, Construction, and Facility Operations
9th of May 15.00pm - Stage Virtualization
Easy way to WIN with VEEAM!
Drop your business card or filled-in entry form to one of Veeam containers (at Plan your day, Microsoft Village: Kinect area, Veeam booth H:11) and have a chance to win Xbox 360 4GB console with Kinect.
9th of May 15.45pm
Doing Business with Open Source
The story of how MySQL was created, why it was successful and how it grow until it was sold to Sun, who was then overtaken by Oracle.
It will also cover how and why MariaDB was created and what we are doing to ensure that there will always be a free version of MySQL (under the name of MariaDB).
The talk will also explains the challenges we have had to do this fork, especially the merge with MySQL 5.5, and the various systems (like buildbot) that we used to build the binaries and how we are
working with the MariaDB/MySQL community.
Michael “Monty” Widenius, CEO and VP Community Monty Program AB
9th May 16.00pm – Scen Virtualization & Storage
Magnus Toft, Product Sales Development Manager, Nordics, Citrix Systems