Cloud Conference to be Hosted in Jakarta, September 27

Ahmad Fathi Hadi, the founder of cloud man-power solution Tandif, told us that together with cloud companies Softlayer and RightScale, they will organize a cloud conference hosted in Jakarta. The conference will discuss different cloud services and how the three company organizers can help you. Here are the details:

  • Topic: Maximising the Benefits of Cloud
  • Venue: JW Marriott Hotel Jakarta, 3 Level, Sapphire Room, South Jakarta, Indonesia
  • Time: Thursday, September 27, from 8am to 3pm
  • Fee: Free, use code “cloudconf” when you register

For more information and registration, click over to this site. Though it is a free event, but Ahmad told us that they’re only open to people who pre-registered online. So be sure to do so if you plan to attend.

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