3Tera CEO Vlad Miloushev to Provide Grid and Utility Computing Perspective on Interop Panel Turning the Turnkey: What Will the Web Data Center Look Like?

Aliso Viejo, Calif.—May 15, 2007—3Tera, Inc., the innovator of grid and utility computing services for online applications, announced today that CEO Vlad Miloushev will speak on the panel Turning the Turnkey: What Will the Web Data Center Look Like? on May 24 at Interop Las Vegas 2007.  Miloushev joins Alistair Croll, vice president, product management and co-founder, Coradiant; Kristof de Spiegeleer, CEO, Q-Layer; and Toby Ford, CTO, USinternetworking, Inc.

The panel will discuss the future of the web data center.  With the recent advent of the virtual data center, on-demand process and storage, virtual machines, outsourced monitoring and hosted edge networks, it is possible to build a massive web application with no real infrastructure—but should you?  Critics point to lack of control and the costs of a one-size-fits-all approach.  Miloushev will share details on how hosting providers, SaaS and Web 2.0 operators—and even some enterprises—are leveraging utility computing for strategic advantage.

What:
Conference Panel: “Turning the Turnkey: What Will the Web Data Center Look Like?”
              
When:
Thursday, May 24th, 2007 – 11:30-12:30pm PST

Who: 
  • Alistair Croll, vice president, product management and co-founder, Coradiant
  • Toby Ford, CTO, USinternetworking, Inc.
  • Vlad Miloushev, CEO, 3Tera
  • Kristof de Spiegeleer, CEO, Q-Layer
Where: 
Lagoon J at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center 
 
Conference: 
www.interop.com

About 3Tera, Inc.

3Tera, Inc. is an innovator of grid and utility computing, simplifying the deployment and scaling of Web applications.  Named a 2007 Category Breaker by NetworkWorld magazine, 3Tera’s AppLogic grid operating system enables hosting providers to offer the first true utility computing services that completely remove the cost and complexity associated with infrastructure.  Software-as-a-Service providers, enterprises and open source developers can now get new online services to market quickly by utilizing resources from commodity hosting providers on a pay-as-you-go basis, while maintaining complete control of applications including visual operation, scaling and on-demand resource provisioning.  

3Tera is a privately-held company headquartered in Aliso Viejo, California with R&D facilities in Silicon Valley, Israel and Eastern Europe.  For more information about 3Tera and its solutions, please visit the company’s Web site at www.3tera.com.
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