Below is the Agenda from Glue 2010.

The 2011 agenda will be posted as it starts to take shape.

Tuesday, May 25th, 2010
4:00 to 8:00pm


Wednesday, May 26th, 2010
7:30 to 5:00

Registration Open

7:30 to 8:30
Danishes and Coffee
8:30 to 8:45
Opening Remarks: Glue 2010
- Eric Norlin
8:45 to 9:30 Keynote 1: Prof. Eric Brewer, UC-Berkley; creator of CAP Theorem
9:30 to 10:15 Keynote 2: Mike Stonebraker, creator Ingres, Postgres
10:15 to 10:30
Morning Break
10:30 to 11:10 Four Foundational Topics
10:30 to 10:40
Topic 1: The Open Web - Kevin Marks, Ribbit
10:40 to 10:50
Topic 2: Cloud Platforms - Jason Hoffman, Joyent
10:50 to 11:00
Topic 3: Securing the Cloud - Sam Masiello, McAfee
11:00 to 11:10
Topic 4: Integration in the Cloud - Rick Nucci, Boomi 
11:10 to 11:40 Sponsored Keynote: Cloud Application Integration
- Chandar Pattabhiram, Cast Iron Systems and Debbie Guy, Precise Software
11:40 to 12:10

Keynote: Cloudifornication: Indiscriminate Information Intercourse Involving Internet Infrastructure
- Christofer Hoff, Cisco Systems

12:10 to 1:00
Lunch with Sponsors
1:00 to 1:30
Networking with Sponsors
Afternoon Topical Explorations
Strategic/Architecture Track
Technical 1

Technical 2
1:30 to 2:30
Topic: Building a Cloud Framework
Topic: Major Platform Providers
Topic: NoSQL
1:30 to 1:40
Web Oriented Architecture
Aaron Fulkerson, MindTouch
Amazon Web Services
- Mitchell Garnaat
Channeling the Data Explosion
Dwight Merriman, 10gen
1:40 to 1:50
Windows Azure
Joe Shirey, Microsoft

1:50 to 2:00
Cloud Computing and the Evolution of Enterprise Software
Uri Budnik, RightScale
Andrew Leigh,

2:00 to 2:10
VMware vCloud API
- Adrian Cole
2:10 to 2:30
Group Discussion led by
Discussion Catalyst -
James Urquhart,
The Wisdom of Clouds
Group Discussion led by
Discussion Catalyst -

Eric Knipp, Gartner
Next-gen LDAP: The Original NoSQL Makes a Comback
Steve Shoaff , UnboundID
2:35 to 3:30
Panel: Small Business Glue: Tying it together
for the 96%ers

- Sunir Shah, Freshbooks
- Scott McMullan, Google
-Ben Kepes, moderator
Building your own Cloud
Jason Baker, ReliaCloud
Shannon Williams,

The Cassandra Database:
Inside Twitter's Choice
- Jonathan Ellis, Riptano

3:30 to 3:45
Afternoon Break and Networking with Sponsors


Strategic/Architecture Track
Technical 1

Technical 2
3:45 to 4:45
Topic: APIs - From terms of service to pricing
Topic: NoSQL - Specific Examples
Topic: Identity
3:45 to 3:55
State of the API Market
- John Musser, Programmable Web
- Jon Meredith, Basho
SAML, OpenID, Facebook Connect: When to use what
- Pam Dingle, Ping Identity
3:55 to 4:05
5 Things I Hate about
your API-TOS

- Clay Loveless, Mashery
Jonathan Gray, Facebook

4:05 to 4:15
Pricing an API sucks.
Here's what we did.
- Troy Davis, Cloudvox
- Mike Miller, Cloudant

4:15 to 4:25
Natural Language APIs
& The Semantic Web

- Elliot Turner, Orchestr8
- Emil Eifrem, Neotechnology
What's the deal with Oauth/WRAP?
Dick Hardt
4:25 to 4:45
Group Discussion led by
Discussion Catalyst -
Geva Perry, Thinking Out Cloud
Group Discussion led by
Discussion Catalyst -

Stephen O'Grady, Redmonk

4:50 to 5:05 Post-it Note: Running with Scissors - A Curmudgeon's Warning
- Michael Barrett, CISO, PayPal
5:05 to 5:45 Keynote: Full Contact Cloud Computing
- David Linthicum, CTO, Bick Group
5:45 to 7:15
Evening Reception and Networking with Sponsors
7:15 to ?
Hackathon - Sponsored by Twilio, BlankSlate and PayPal


Thursday, May 27th, 2010
8:00 to Noon

Registration Open

8:00 to 8:30
Danishes and Coffee
8:30 to 8:45
Opening Remarks: Day 2 Begins
Eric Norlin
8:45 to 9:15 Keynote 4:
Gluing Together Web Apps in the Cloud

- Doug Crockford,creator of JSON, Senior Javascript Architect, Yahoo!
9:15 to 9:30 Post-it Note:
The Great Hook Up: 7 Steps to Connecting Service Providers with Application Developers
Laura Merling, Alcatel-Lucent
9:30 to 10:00 Keynote 5: A Discussion about the Twitter API
Ryan Sarver, Director of Platform, Twitter and Chris Shipley, Guidewire Group
10:00 to 10:15
Morning Break
Morning Topical Explorations
Strategic/Architecture Track
Technical 1

Technical 2
10:15 to 11:15
Topic: Cloud Models
and Security
Topic: Protocols and Open Standards
Topic: APIs
10:15 to 10:30
Hybrid Clouds: Building One Cloud from Many
George Reese, enStratus
Jack Moffitt, Collecta
Managing Multiple Web APIs
Sam Ramji, Sonoa Systems
Jeff Lindsay
10:30 to 10:45
How Zynga scales and secures itself
Nils Puhlman, Zynga
Monica Keller, Facebook
Hacking Cloud Communications
Jeff Lawson, Twilio
10:45 to 11:00
Scaling the Social Graph
in the Cloud
- Darren Wood, Objectivity
YQL and other pieces in
Yahoo's Open Strategy
Dustin Whittle, YDN
11:00 to 11:15
Group Discussion led by
Discussion Catalyst
Randy Bias,

Group Discussion led by
Discussion Catalyst -

Ben Kepes
Black Market Data: Are you violating your publisher TOS?
- Jud Valeski, Gnip
11:20 to 12:00
Looking "between the apps": What matters to CIO's evaluating Cloud Services
Rick Nucci, Boomi
Building a Programming
Layer for the Internet
Phil Windley, Kynetx
A Deep Dive into the NPR API
Daniel Jacobson, NPR
12:00 to 1:00
Lunch and Networking with Sponsors
Afternoon Topical Explorations
Strategic/Architecture Track
Technical 1

Technical 2
1:00 to 2:00
Topic: Cloud Storage and Data Management
Topic: Gluing together Data
Topic: Stacks and Standards, and Data Models
1:00 to 1:10
On Demand Infrastructure
as a Service

- DJ Harris, SoftLayer
Gluing together location
- Joe Stump, SimpleGEO
The Apache Cloud Stack:
an end to end overview (Hadoop, Hbase,
Zookeeper, etc)

Bradford Stephens, DrawnToScale
1:10 to 1:20
Why Storage and Computation
pools will Merge

Bob Lozano
When Harry Met SAML
- Thomas Pederson, OneLogin
1:20 to 1:30

Building a Secure, Compliant Cloud for the Enterprise

Gathering Data from
Disparate Sources
Steve Newman, Gist

How 2^4 People Handle
>2^14 Users with ~2^16
Apps in the Cloud
Oren Teich, Heroku
1:30 to 1:40
Universal Access to
Storage Clouds
Peter Chang, Leapfile
The Knowledge Stack
Gil Elbaz, Factual
1:40 to 2:00
Group Discussion led by
Discussion Catalyst -

Eric Knipp, Gartner
Group Discussion led by
Discussion Catalyst -

Krishnan Subramanian, CloudAve
Gluing Pieces for a
Scalable Web Stack
- Sebastian Stadil, Scalr
2:05 to 2:35
Addressing the Legal Issues of the Cloud
Jason Mendolson,
Foundry Group
Ben Kepes, moderator
On Hadoop
- Todd Lipcon, Cloudera
Inside MongoDB: the Internals of an Open-Source Database
Mike Dirolf, 10gen
2:40 to 3:00
CDMI: The Cloud
Storage Standard
Mark Carlson, Oracle
Integrating Drizzle
- Eric Day, Rackspace
Understanding the Open
Graph Protocol

David Recordon, Facebook
3:00 to 3:15
Afternoon Break
Strategic/Architecture Track
Technical 1

Technical 2
3:15 to 4:15
Topic: Managing Complexity in the Cloud
Topic: Hacking Identity
Topic: Data, Dev and Services
3:15 to 3:30
Holistic App Management
in the Cloud
- Issac Amarillas Roth, Makara
User-managed Access
- Eve Maler, PayPal
Database Sharding:
Can it work for your app?

- Cory Isaacson, CodeFutures
3:30 to 3:45
Configuration Management
in the Cloud
John Willis, OpsCode

Federated Provisioning
Nishant Kaushik, Oracle
Application Development
Using APIs

- Ning Zhou, BlankSlate
3:45 to 4:00
Why Web Performance Matters More Than Ever
- Tom Lounibos, SOASTA
On XAuth
Chris Messina, Google
Why You Should Build
a Cloud Service
- Adam Wiggins, Heroku
4:00 to 4:15
Group Discussion led by
Discussion Catalyst -
Alex Williams, ReadWriteWeb

On Webfinger
- Brad Fitzpatrick, Google
Discussion Time with Krishnan Subramanian, CloudAve

Group Discussion led by
Discussion Catalyst
Ian Glazer, Gartner
Portable cloud provisioning
with Java and Clojure

- Adrian Cole, jclouds
4:20 to 4:50 Keynote: On Windows Azure
- Sriram Krishnan, Microsoft
4:50 to 5:00 Closing Remarks: Eric Norlin
Gluecon Ends




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