Low-Cost Cloud Computing for Fun and Profit

Large scale cloud computing services can be pricey and hard to get (or use!) for small business or personal use. Using open-source tools and low-cost web hosting providers, many applications and services that are as good or better than the big guys can be had for only a few dollars a month. This talk discusses what’s available, what to look for in a “cloud” hosting provider, and how to take advantage of these services for personal and business use.

About the Speaker

Karl Geiger has worked in the software, IT, and the ‘Net/Web for 30 years. He retired from his role as Director of Enterprise Architecture at Amgen in 2007 and has been working with small start-ups. Karl is the current Chair of the IEEE Buenaventura Section and the Vice-Chair of the IEEE Buenaventura Computer Society chapter,and a Senior Member of the IEEE.

Where:

    Nygreen Hall, Room 106
    California Lutheran University
    60 W. Olsen Rd, Thousand Oaks

When:

    6:30pm pizza, networking, 7pm presentation, Wed 14 Sep. 2011

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