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GigaOm Structure 08 Conference on June 25th in San Francisco

If you just can't get enough high scalability talk you might want to take a look GigaOm's Structure 08 conference. The slate of speakers looks appropriately interesting and San Francisco is truly magical this time of year. High Scalability readers even get a price break is you use the HIGHSCALE discount code! I'll be on vacation so I won't see you there, but it looks like a good time. For a nice change of pace consider visiting MoMA next door. Here's a blurb on the conference:

A reminder to our readers about Structure 08, GigaOm's upcoming
conference dedicated to web infrastructure. In addition to keynotes
from leaders like Jim Crowe, chairman and CEO of Level 3
Communications and Werner Vogels, CTO of Amazon, the event will
feature workshops from Google App Engine, Microsoft and a special
workshop from Fenwick and West who will cover how to raise money for
an infrastructure start up. Learn from the guru's at Amazon, Google,
Microsoft, Sun, VMWare and more about what the future of internet
infrastructure is at Structure 08, which will be held on June 25 in
San Francisco.

Reader Comments (3)

GigaOm Structure 08 is sure to be interesting. Just to note that Aster Data Systems' CEO, Mayank Bawa will also be there to discuss the needs for next-generation data warehousing and analytics for Internet companies (and beyond). MySpace uses Aster in production, for example. Learn more in advance at

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered Commenterswooledge

thank you for
GigaOm Structure 08 Conference on June 25th in San Francisco (68)

November 29, 1990 | Unregistered Commenteranadolu jet

So did they tell about their new infrastructure strategies they are going to implement the coming days.
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November 29, 1990 | Unregistered Commenterfarhaj

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