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Thursday, October 29
 

8:00am

8:30am

Conference Opening Welcome & Program Introduction
Speakers
avatar for Marc Clark

Marc Clark

Dir Cloud Strategy and Deployment, Teradata
Marc is a veteran cloud strategist and speaker who has participated in countless webinars, panels, and seminars as a featured expert on all topics cloud. Marc has been the chair of the AITP Cloud Conference in San Diego for seven years and nurtured its growth to what is now an important regional event. Marc’s style is to challenge preconceived notions about cloud services and engages his audience with humor, insight, and uncommon sense... Read More →


Thursday October 29, 2015 8:30am - 8:45am
Town and Country Room

8:45am

The Gartner Cybersecurity Scenario 2020: Guardians of Big Change
The combination of IoT, big data and cloud create business impacts that exceed decades of previous change. Now see how this will change your business life and the practice of cybersecurity.

Two years ago Gartner published a scenario covering the evolution of the threat environment through 2020. Now our senior analysts have assembled a picture of how digital business will impact the security practice in that same time frame. This is another key input to your long term strategic planning. The combination of IoT, big data and cloud create business impacts that exceed decades of previous change. Now see how this will change your business life and the practice of cybersecurity.

Speakers
avatar for Christian Byrnes

Christian Byrnes

Managing Vice President, Gartner Research
Mr. Byrnes manages a global analyst team for risk management and information security research in support of security and risk officers. | | Mr. Byrnes is a former CEO as well as COO, VP Strategic Marketing, VP Business Development and VP of software engineering at various software companies including IBM, Martin Marietta and Landmark Corporation. Mr. Byrnes created a unique formal methodology for deployment and delivery of information security... Read More →



Thursday October 29, 2015 8:45am - 9:30am
Town and Country Room

9:30am

Networking & Visit Sponsor Tables
Thursday October 29, 2015 9:30am - 10:00am
Atlas Ballroom

10:00am

Enterprise Hybrid Cloud: Realities and Futures
Enterprises today are leveraging public clouds while often adopting internal private cloud models.  What does it take to succeed in these efforts today, and how will hybrid cloud challenges and opportunities enable future innovation.

Public cloud usage is becoming commonplace – but less frequent, and less successful are internal private cloud projects.  The goal is often a hybrid model, enabled by a robust cloud management platform to drive new levels of efficiency and velocity while managing acceptable business risk.   This session will share stories of how organizations are progressing on this hybrid path, and provide key insights for success.  Additionally, the future of hybrid models will be explored as new infrastructure options, new application architectures and new IT processes are introduced.

Speakers
avatar for Herb VanHook

Herb VanHook

CTO, BMC Software
Herb VanHook is the Deputy Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for BMC Software. Herb’s constant interaction with customers fuels his focus on the technology, process and organization impacts and opportunities presented by digital transformation agendas. He serves as a key advisor to numerous Fortune 1000 accounts, and provides insight into the ongoing business-technology intersection. He has worked in strategic, corporate development and... Read More →



Thursday October 29, 2015 10:00am - 10:45am
California Room

10:00am

The Enemy Within
Most organizations are cognizant of the insider threat, yet many simply consider this threat as a single type of actor, when in fact the insider threat is a grouping of several distinct adversary types. As each type of insider has different characteristics, a uniform defense approach is not effective. Rather, a variety of defense measures must be deployed
in order to be effective against the different types of internal adversaries. Presented by the elite organization of security researchers and consultants widely known for being the first company to hack the iPhone, this session will articulate the different types of internal adversaries and through case study analysis, provide attendees with actionable tactics
to effectively defend against each type.

Speakers
avatar for Ted Harrington

Ted Harrington

Executive Partner, Independent Security Evaluators
Ted Harrington drives thought leadership initiatives for Independent Security Evaluators, the elite organization of security researchers and consultants widely known for being the first company to hack the iPhone. Mr. Harrington was recently named 40 Under 40, where he was both one of the youngest inductees in the class as well as the only honoree from the field of information security. He is one of the lead organizers of SOHOpelessly Broken, the... Read More →


Thursday October 29, 2015 10:00am - 10:45am
Golden West Room

10:00am

Cloud, Mobile and Web Development - Morning Session A
Limited Capacity seats available


Enroll in BOTH Sessioon A and B in either morning or afternoon. 

Cloud, Mobile and Web Development is a workshop brought to you by Transformix Computer Corporation.  The workshop is designed for professionals with basic exposure to programming.  It provides a hands-on entry into modern software development using a practical, model-driven development paradigm. The emphasis is on using a toolset that provides code generation with no trade-offs in design or performance that can be deployed to a wide range of projects. Through these patterns provided by the toolset, attendees gain experience constructing modern applications in a cloud-based development environment that they can deploy immediately.


Application development has clearly shifted in favor of cloud, web and mobile technologies.  Terms such as Ajax, JavaScript, HTML5, CSS, etc have established themselves as essential components in the fabric of what are important today’s systems. Web development has changed from the development of static pages to more dynamic forms.  At the same time, software development tools and techniques are advancing at a rapid rate. Taken individually, these phenomena can present a daunting picture. However, a closer analysis focusing on the capabilities offered from selected develop tools and frameworks shows how much these seemingly disparate phenomena have converged. More specially, cloud-based tools are available today that make developing cloud, web and mobile applications easier than previous generation development tools!  This workshop uses one such framework called WaveMaker to illustrate how developers with limited prior programming experience but some database exposure, using the right tools, can build functional cloud, web and mobile applications quickly.  Through a series of hands-on labs on course provided computers, using existing data sources, several applications are developed by attendees.  Further, the labs are available for users to download on their own systems at a later date. 

In class you will craft an application using open web technologies: HTML, JavaScript, and CSS. While the domain is for one type of application, the app is designed to be extended easily to other domains. In the process of assembling our application, we explore programming concepts and gain practical experience in JavaScript, Restful API’s, integrating with existing applications and data sources and working with a modern cloud-based development toolset.

The WaveMaker development studio comes in both a cloud version and a desktop version.  In this workshop we take advantage of this feature by developing applications locally that can be deployed in the cloud. Further, skills used in the desktop version are transferable to cloud based development as well.

 

The one and one half-hour workshop is divided into two 45 minute sessions.  The complete workshop is offered once in the morning and once in the afternoon. Together the sessions are designed to provide a practical high level overview of:

  • How software is organized in a mobile first, cloud first context
  • Modern approaches to the practice of software development
  • Core web technologies HTML, JavaScript, CSS
  • JavaScript exercises: functions, scope, variables, arrays, objects, iteration/collections. Exercises are taught in the context of practical applications that allow attendees to visualize results immediately
  • Generating HTML (DOM) and CSS via JavaScript
  • Backend abstracted using cloud-based “backend as a service” such as Google Maps, Existing relational databases and existing green screens.
  • Templates and web components presented as the building blocks of modern UIs
  • Data encapsulation and communication via JavaScript objects and JSON

 

What You Will Learn

  • Solid foundation in how modern software is organized
  • Hands-on experience building the beginnings of a modern cloud capable application
  • Technical reinforcement in core web technologies HTML, CSS, with emphasis on JavaScript through code generation
  • Reusable patterns of code and functionality deployable across a wide range of projects

 

Prerequisites & Preparation

  • 20 laptops will be available to the attendees provided for use during the class.
  • The class will not accommodate BYOD. 
  • Experience with any programming language.
  • People with prior programing experience with get the most out of classes.
  • Although the toolset is JAVA and JavaScript based, no prior experience with either is necessary.
  • Eagerness to roll your sleeves up and craft solutions

 

WaveMaker

WaveMaker is a rapid web application development tool for the leading Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS) including Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, IBM DB2, MySQL, etc. Using only a web browser and limited programming experience, users can develop and deploy professional applications that are both fast and secure. WaveMaker combines the qualities of a personal database, productivity, ease of use, and flexibility with the qualities of an enterprise database, security, integrity, scalability, availability and built for the mobile, web and the cloud.

WaveMaker makes it easy to design Web 2.0 applications with its quick and fast environment for creating business based applications and maintaining them. This software takes away the burden of coding with java to produce applications for Web 2.0, so developers waste less time figuring out coding Java and concentrate on figuring out solutions for business problems since the software’s WYSIWYG development has been especially integrated for business background. This software can produce good quality of standard Java applications which makes it CIO (Configuration Interface Object) safe and can be also be used by developers using Java IDE. Its Java components give powerful security and data access. WaveMaker Studio is compatible with many operating systems including Windows 10/87/XP/Vista, Linux and Mac OS X.

WaveMaker is also cloud ready which means there is not trouble of moving Web apps to cloud hosting, this makes WaveMaker only free available software to provide cloud development platform. These software Studio’s visual tools are similar to Microsoft Access to make developing easy and take away all complexity of creating applications. This software also reduces the learning curve of Java for users. WaveMaker Studio is a great WYSIWYG tool that runs smoothly on standard and modern browsers such as Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer and Chrome and WaveMaker Apps run on the software’s standard-based Java server.

Some of WaveMaker’s important features are it allows you to create drag and drop application assembly; it also supports one-click database import and one-click related data forms; it also gives live data preview with studio and built in data grid pigmentation to make it easy to produce application without any hassle. This software also has facility that provides role-based access controls and auto compete search boxes which makes this software efficient to build applications and finally provides secure single sign-on feature for the website.

Transformix Computer Corporation

Transformix is a San Diego, California based software engineering firm specializing in migrating legacy applications and modernizing them to the cloud, web and mobile technologies.

Speakers
avatar for Charles Finley

Charles Finley

President, Transformix Computer Corp
Charles Finley is President of Transformix which specializes in legacy application migration and modernization. He has over 40 years experience working in a number of different computing environments. Systems range from legacy COBOL and green screen based applications to cloud, web and mobile applications.



Thursday October 29, 2015 10:00am - 10:45am
Royal Palms Room

10:00am

Why Sales & Marketing Should Live Together in the Cloud

CRM and email marketing platforms have been hosted on the cloud for quite sometime, however sales and marketing tools have rarely existed together. This presentation will discuss the benefits of both existing in the same platform in the cloud and how IT fits into the equation. With all the data available to businesses, it is critical that they are able to utilize that data to better target, market, and serve their leads and customers. Integrating CRM and marketing automation in the cloud enables the entire team to access customer data to provide a better customer experience. Lars will discuss the benefits of using both together, as well as best practices for how to integrate the two. He will also explain the importance of IT in the process of selecting the right technology and working with sales and marketing to ensure proper implementation and success. 


Speakers
avatar for Lars Helgeson

Lars Helgeson

CEO, Greenrope
Lars Helgeson has been in the Internet marketing space since 2000, when he co-founded one of the world's first email service providers, CoolerEmail. As a pioneer in responsible email marketing, he grew CoolerEmail to a global software company specializing in marketing communication with over 1,500 clients. In 2010, after spending several years designing and implementing a more comprehensive way to meet the needs of small and mid-sized businesses... Read More →



Thursday October 29, 2015 10:00am - 10:45am
San Diego Room

10:00am

Defending your cloud workloads against the next zero-day vulnerability

When serious vulnerabilities like Shellshock or Heartbleed are found, you know you should respond quickly. But when you’re juggling many priorities, and are more comfortable developing apps than security policies, emergency updates may fall to the bottom of the list. Is there a better way to protect your workloads, without a lot of work? In the cloud, you approach everything in your infrastructure as an API. If you take the same approach to security, you can automate protection for zero-day vulnerabilities, without impacting agility or architecture flexibility.

In this session, we’ll show you how to use AWS security groups, virtual private networks, and security capabilities like intrusion detection and prevention to defend what you put in the cloud. We will use the recent Shellshock vulnerability as a real-world threat scenario and walk you through how to combine cloud features and workload-aware security controls to prevent hackers from exploiting similar zero-day threats. Learn simple, easy to deploy security tools and techniques to protect workloads – that don't require a PhD in cyber security.

Link to the presentation:
https://dc1.safesync.com/LMynSdbb/DefendingZeroDayCloud_Jason.pptx?a=2xqFf5nTWxo
 

Speakers
avatar for Jason Dablow

Jason Dablow

Sr. Sales Engineer, Trend Micro
Jason Dablow has eighteen years of experience in the computer industry with the last fourteen focused on security. He has been creating security solutions for the top global enterprises specializing in threat detection in email, web, and virtualized / cloud environments. In his free time, he enjoys being on the golf course, restoring and building arcade cabinets, or relaxing at home with his cats.


Thursday October 29, 2015 10:00am - 10:45am
Town and Country Room

10:55am

Privacy & The IoT

As IoT is starting to take off and we’ve seen some implementations, we’ll look at some early IoT privacy and security failures. Can we learn from this to determine how responsible companies should build a legally defensible IoT governance framework?

We know that as the IoT grows, there will be privacy and security implications for both consumers and companies. Consumers are losing control of how information about them is being used. Companies are relying more and more on “Trust Economics” in order to acquire and retain customers. We’ll look at some examples of how IoT has failed consumers, and the impact this has on companies. We’ll talk about how companies can learn from this and build a legally defensible IoT governance framework to avoid these pitfalls that damage brand.


Speakers
avatar for Paul Boulanger

Paul Boulanger

Vice President, SoCal Privacy Consultants
Paul is also the Information Security Officer, responsible for technical security at Pathway Genomics Corporation. Previously, he was CTO/Co-Founder of Sea Networks, Inc., where he designed and implemented brand agnostic secure systems for organizations appropriate to their size, nature and complexity. Prior to that, he was Senior Systems Engineer at SEA/Nextleft, where he both developed curriculum and was instructor for several Microsoft... Read More →
avatar for Michael Cox

Michael Cox

Founder and President, SoCal Privacy Consultants
Michael Cox is Founder and President of SoCal Privacy Consultants, which conducts gap assessments and establishes lean, sustainable and legally defensible privacy and security programs. Clients include private and public customer-centric organizations. Gap assessments can be performed for partners, service providers, and M&A buyers and sellers. Strategies are developed using a risk-based approach. SoCal Privacy obtains executive... Read More →



Thursday October 29, 2015 10:55am - 11:40am
California Room

10:55am

Gaming in the Cloud
PlayStation has lead the industry in cloud gaming.  This presentation will explore how PlayStation hosts online games and our journey from physical servers to virtual and into the clouds (both public & private).
  • Organization Overview – how is PlayStation organized, what is Worldwide Studios
  • Overview of a gaming environment
  • How we started online gaming in 2002
  • What was the impact of VM?
  • To the Cloud! Starting in public cloud
  • Hosting is hard, build us a cloud (starting our private cloud)
  • Managing multiple clouds – what we did
  • Hybrid cloud – real world examples

Speakers
avatar for Joel Johnston

Joel Johnston

Enterprise Architect, Sony Computer Entertainment America
Joel is currently the Platform Architect for Sony Computer Entertainment America’s World Wide Studios Global IT Group supporting PlayStation. Joel is responsible for plotting the course as it pertains to cloud technology and application automation.  Joel and his talented co-workers, work hard to ensure that game studios have all the tools they need to streamline online game development and integrate seamlessly into the cloud. Joel has... Read More →



Thursday October 29, 2015 10:55am - 11:40am
Golden West Room

10:55am

Cloud, Mobile and Web Development Workshop - Morning Session B
Limited Capacity seats available


Enroll in BOTH Sessioon A and B in either morning or afternoon. 

Cloud, Mobile and Web Development is a workshop brought to you by Transformix Computer Corporation.  The workshop is designed for professionals with basic exposure to programming.  It provides a hands-on entry into modern software development using a practical, model-driven development paradigm. The emphasis is on using a toolset that provides code generation with no trade-offs in design or performance that can be deployed to a wide range of projects. Through these patterns provided by the toolset, attendees gain experience constructing modern applications in a cloud-based development environment that they can deploy immediately.


Application development has clearly shifted in favor of cloud, web and mobile technologies.  Terms such as Ajax, JavaScript, HTML5, CSS, etc have established themselves as essential components in the fabric of what are important today’s systems. Web development has changed from the development of static pages to more dynamic forms.  At the same time, software development tools and techniques are advancing at a rapid rate. Taken individually, these phenomena can present a daunting picture. However, a closer analysis focusing on the capabilities offered from selected develop tools and frameworks shows how much these seemingly disparate phenomena have converged. More specially, cloud-based tools are available today that make developing cloud, web and mobile applications easier than previous generation development tools!  This workshop uses one such framework called WaveMaker to illustrate how developers with limited prior programming experience but some database exposure, using the right tools, can build functional cloud, web and mobile applications quickly.  Through a series of hands-on labs on course provided computers, using existing data sources, several applications are developed by attendees.  Further, the labs are available for users to download on their own systems at a later date. 

In class you will craft an application using open web technologies: HTML, JavaScript, and CSS. While the domain is for one type of application, the app is designed to be extended easily to other domains. In the process of assembling our application, we explore programming concepts and gain practical experience in JavaScript, Restful API’s, integrating with existing applications and data sources and working with a modern cloud-based development toolset.

The WaveMaker development studio comes in both a cloud version and a desktop version.  In this workshop we take advantage of this feature by developing applications locally that can be deployed in the cloud. Further, skills used in the desktop version are transferable to cloud based development as well.

 

The one and one half-hour workshop is divided into two 45 minute sessions.  The complete workshop is offered once in the morning and once in the afternoon. Together the sessions are designed to provide a practical high level overview of:

  • How software is organized in a mobile first, cloud first context
  • Modern approaches to the practice of software development
  • Core web technologies HTML, JavaScript, CSS
  • JavaScript exercises: functions, scope, variables, arrays, objects, iteration/collections. Exercises are taught in the context of practical applications that allow attendees to visualize results immediately
  • Generating HTML (DOM) and CSS via JavaScript
  • Backend abstracted using cloud-based “backend as a service” such as Google Maps, Existing relational databases and existing green screens.
  • Templates and web components presented as the building blocks of modern UIs
  • Data encapsulation and communication via JavaScript objects and JSON

 

What You Will Learn

  • Solid foundation in how modern software is organized
  • Hands-on experience building the beginnings of a modern cloud capable application
  • Technical reinforcement in core web technologies HTML, CSS, with emphasis on JavaScript through code generation
  • Reusable patterns of code and functionality deployable across a wide range of projects

 

Prerequisites & Preparation

  • 20 laptops will be available to the attendees provided for use during the class.
  • The class will not accommodate BYOD. 
  • Experience with any programming language.
  • People with prior programing experience with get the most out of classes.
  • Although the toolset is JAVA and JavaScript based, no prior experience with either is necessary.
  • Eagerness to roll your sleeves up and craft solutions

 

WaveMaker

WaveMaker is a rapid web application development tool for the leading Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS) including Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, IBM DB2, MySQL, etc. Using only a web browser and limited programming experience, users can develop and deploy professional applications that are both fast and secure. WaveMaker combines the qualities of a personal database, productivity, ease of use, and flexibility with the qualities of an enterprise database, security, integrity, scalability, availability and built for the mobile, web and the cloud.

WaveMaker makes it easy to design Web 2.0 applications with its quick and fast environment for creating business based applications and maintaining them. This software takes away the burden of coding with java to produce applications for Web 2.0, so developers waste less time figuring out coding Java and concentrate on figuring out solutions for business problems since the software’s WYSIWYG development has been especially integrated for business background. This software can produce good quality of standard Java applications which makes it CIO (Configuration Interface Object) safe and can be also be used by developers using Java IDE. Its Java components give powerful security and data access. WaveMaker Studio is compatible with many operating systems including Windows 10/87/XP/Vista, Linux and Mac OS X.

WaveMaker is also cloud ready which means there is not trouble of moving Web apps to cloud hosting, this makes WaveMaker only free available software to provide cloud development platform. These software Studio’s visual tools are similar to Microsoft Access to make developing easy and take away all complexity of creating applications. This software also reduces the learning curve of Java for users. WaveMaker Studio is a great WYSIWYG tool that runs smoothly on standard and modern browsers such as Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer and Chrome and WaveMaker Apps run on the software’s standard-based Java server.

Some of WaveMaker’s important features are it allows you to create drag and drop application assembly; it also supports one-click database import and one-click related data forms; it also gives live data preview with studio and built in data grid pigmentation to make it easy to produce application without any hassle. This software also has facility that provides role-based access controls and auto compete search boxes which makes this software efficient to build applications and finally provides secure single sign-on feature for the website.

Transformix Computer Corporation

Transformix is a San Diego, California based software engineering firm specializing in migrating legacy applications and modernizing them to the cloud, web and mobile technologies.

Speakers
avatar for Charles Finley

Charles Finley

President, Transformix Computer Corp
Charles Finley is President of Transformix which specializes in legacy application migration and modernization. He has over 40 years experience working in a number of different computing environments. Systems range from legacy COBOL and green screen based applications to cloud, web and mobile applications.


Thursday October 29, 2015 10:55am - 11:40am
Royal Palms Room

10:55am

How To Succeed With A Cloud Transition
The Cloud has radically transformed the IT industry forever.  Traditional business leaders of today are beginning to shift their posture from one of “wait and see” to “why not cloud”.  But along with the myriad benefits this new paradigm holds, come several challenges and pitfalls. 
 
During this session, you’ll learn important considerations for determining your cloud transition strategy as well as the key elements that will ensure your movement to the cloud is a beneficial journey for your organization.  Included in the discussion will be theoretical and pragmatic ideas critical to understanding which types of applications you should “cloudify” (and which you shouldn’t) as well as a discussion of key architectural differences between major clouds and how these differences impact application design patterns.

Speakers
avatar for Brian Mirise

Brian Mirise

Cloud Evangelist, Centurylink
Brian Mirise is a 17-year veteran of the infrastructure industry with expertise in Disaster Recovery, IT Security and Cloud Computing.  A resident of Southern California, he’s held positions for several of the Gartner leader quadrant’s top service providers in various roles from Solution Architect to Product Evangelist. | | Armed with a degree in English Literature, he started his career in 1997 at Comdisco as an office... Read More →


Thursday October 29, 2015 10:55am - 11:40am
San Diego Room

11:40am

Lunch Served
Thursday October 29, 2015 11:40am - 11:50am
Town and Country Room

11:50am

KeyNote - Forcing Functions: Reconceiving Everything
While some were still hedging their bets on "the cloud" in the late twenty-'00s, global markets and customer communities were creating the surge of 24x7 connection that defined the early 2010s -- enabling and driving the disruptions and reconceptions that are top-of-mind today in business, education, healthcare, government and every other institution of society. This is no longer a tactical shrinking of IT problems, but rather a strategic recognition of new market environments; new competitive challenges; and remarkable new revenue opportunities. We'll get a forward-looking but action-oriented tour of what's happening now, and of what must be expected to happen sooner than most anticipate, by globe-trotting researcher Peter Coffee of Salesforce.

Speakers
avatar for Peter Coffee

Peter Coffee

VP and Head of Platform Research, SalesForce
Peter Coffee, VP for Strategic Research, has been with Salesforce for eight years. He had previously spent eighteen years as a technology analyst and columnist for publications including eWEEK, PC Week, PC Tech Journal and Computer Language, while authoring the Que Publishing titles How to Program Java and Peter Coffee Teaches PCs; he was also a contributor to Wiley's Auditing Cloud Computing: A Security and Privacy Guide and to Prentice Hall's... Read More →



Thursday October 29, 2015 11:50am - 12:35pm
Town and Country Room

12:35pm

Networking & Visit Sponsor Tables
Thursday October 29, 2015 12:35pm - 1:05pm
Atlas Ballroom

1:05pm

Building a crowdsourced advertising platform in 4 months with 2 people by leveraging the cloud
Speakers
avatar for Phil Chen

Phil Chen

CTO, Co-Founder, Wrapify Inc.
Phil Chen is CTO of Wrapify a disruptive crowdsourced advertising technology platform connecting drivers and brands to create powerful on-vehicle advertising. Phil has been in the San Diego technology industry for 16 years, working at companies such as AT&T, Blue Mountain, Gizmo5, Websense, VMIX Media, Swell, GoPro and several others, holding various roles, from Network Engineer, Software Engineer, to Systems Architect. Phil has leveraged... Read More →



Thursday October 29, 2015 1:05pm - 1:50pm
California Room

1:05pm

Perimeters and Unicorns: Two Things That Only Exist in IT Fairyland

Join Netskope’s Senior Sales Enginner, Travis Pinto, for a bird's-eye view of how mobile and cloud have conspired to dissolve the enterprise perimeter and transform IT as we know it. Hear his take on how these dynamics have shifted the role of enterprise IT, why letting users "go rogue" is the path to business success, and how smart CIOs will become the drivers of growth and profits this decade.


Speakers
avatar for Travis Pinto

Travis Pinto

Sr. Sales Engineer, Netskope
Travis Pinto is a Sr. Sales Engineer at Netskope, working with progressive companies to secure sanctioned and non-sanctioned cloud applications. He has spent the last decade architecting and deploying security solutions for some of the largest enterprises in the United States. Areas of security include Web Security, Email Security, Malware Analysis, Data Loss Prevention, and now Cloud Security.  Travis is a proud new father and enjoys... Read More →



Thursday October 29, 2015 1:05pm - 1:50pm
Golden West Room

1:05pm

Cloud, Mobile and Web Development Workshop - Afternoon Session A
Limited Capacity seats available

Enroll in BOTH Sessioon A and B in either morning or afternoon. 

Cloud, Mobile and Web Development is a workshop brought to you by Transformix Computer Corporation.  The workshop is designed for professionals with basic exposure to programming.  It provides a hands-on entry into modern software development using a practical, model-driven development paradigm. The emphasis is on using a toolset that provides code generation with no trade-offs in design or performance that can be deployed to a wide range of projects. Through these patterns provided by the toolset, attendees gain experience constructing modern applications in a cloud-based development environment that they can deploy immediately.


Application development has clearly shifted in favor of cloud, web and mobile technologies.  Terms such as Ajax, JavaScript, HTML5, CSS, etc have established themselves as essential components in the fabric of what are important today’s systems. Web development has changed from the development of static pages to more dynamic forms.  At the same time, software development tools and techniques are advancing at a rapid rate. Taken individually, these phenomena can present a daunting picture. However, a closer analysis focusing on the capabilities offered from selected develop tools and frameworks shows how much these seemingly disparate phenomena have converged. More specially, cloud-based tools are available today that make developing cloud, web and mobile applications easier than previous generation development tools!  This workshop uses one such framework called WaveMaker to illustrate how developers with limited prior programming experience but some database exposure, using the right tools, can build functional cloud, web and mobile applications quickly.  Through a series of hands-on labs on course provided computers, using existing data sources, several applications are developed by attendees.  Further, the labs are available for users to download on their own systems at a later date. 

In class you will craft an application using open web technologies: HTML, JavaScript, and CSS. While the domain is for one type of application, the app is designed to be extended easily to other domains. In the process of assembling our application, we explore programming concepts and gain practical experience in JavaScript, Restful API’s, integrating with existing applications and data sources and working with a modern cloud-based development toolset.

The WaveMaker development studio comes in both a cloud version and a desktop version.  In this workshop we take advantage of this feature by developing applications locally that can be deployed in the cloud. Further, skills used in the desktop version are transferable to cloud based development as well.

 

The one and one half-hour workshop is divided into two 45 minute sessions.  The complete workshop is offered once in the morning and once in the afternoon. Together the sessions are designed to provide a practical high level overview of:

  • How software is organized in a mobile first, cloud first context
  • Modern approaches to the practice of software development
  • Core web technologies HTML, JavaScript, CSS
  • JavaScript exercises: functions, scope, variables, arrays, objects, iteration/collections. Exercises are taught in the context of practical applications that allow attendees to visualize results immediately
  • Generating HTML (DOM) and CSS via JavaScript
  • Backend abstracted using cloud-based “backend as a service” such as Google Maps, Existing relational databases and existing green screens.
  • Templates and web components presented as the building blocks of modern UIs
  • Data encapsulation and communication via JavaScript objects and JSON

 

What You Will Learn

  • Solid foundation in how modern software is organized
  • Hands-on experience building the beginnings of a modern cloud capable application
  • Technical reinforcement in core web technologies HTML, CSS, with emphasis on JavaScript through code generation
  • Reusable patterns of code and functionality deployable across a wide range of projects

 

Prerequisites & Preparation

  • 20 laptops will be available to the attendees provided for use during the class.
  • The class will not accommodate BYOD. 
  • Experience with any programming language.
  • People with prior programing experience with get the most out of classes.
  • Although the toolset is JAVA and JavaScript based, no prior experience with either is necessary.
  • Eagerness to roll your sleeves up and craft solutions

 

WaveMaker

WaveMaker is a rapid web application development tool for the leading Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS) including Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, IBM DB2, MySQL, etc. Using only a web browser and limited programming experience, users can develop and deploy professional applications that are both fast and secure. WaveMaker combines the qualities of a personal database, productivity, ease of use, and flexibility with the qualities of an enterprise database, security, integrity, scalability, availability and built for the mobile, web and the cloud.

WaveMaker makes it easy to design Web 2.0 applications with its quick and fast environment for creating business based applications and maintaining them. This software takes away the burden of coding with java to produce applications for Web 2.0, so developers waste less time figuring out coding Java and concentrate on figuring out solutions for business problems since the software’s WYSIWYG development has been especially integrated for business background. This software can produce good quality of standard Java applications which makes it CIO (Configuration Interface Object) safe and can be also be used by developers using Java IDE. Its Java components give powerful security and data access. WaveMaker Studio is compatible with many operating systems including Windows 10/87/XP/Vista, Linux and Mac OS X.

WaveMaker is also cloud ready which means there is not trouble of moving Web apps to cloud hosting, this makes WaveMaker only free available software to provide cloud development platform. These software Studio’s visual tools are similar to Microsoft Access to make developing easy and take away all complexity of creating applications. This software also reduces the learning curve of Java for users. WaveMaker Studio is a great WYSIWYG tool that runs smoothly on standard and modern browsers such as Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer and Chrome and WaveMaker Apps run on the software’s standard-based Java server.

Some of WaveMaker’s important features are it allows you to create drag and drop application assembly; it also supports one-click database import and one-click related data forms; it also gives live data preview with studio and built in data grid pigmentation to make it easy to produce application without any hassle. This software also has facility that provides role-based access controls and auto compete search boxes which makes this software efficient to build applications and finally provides secure single sign-on feature for the website.

Transformix Computer Corporation

Transformix is a San Diego, California based software engineering firm specializing in migrating legacy applications and modernizing them to the cloud, web and mobile technologies.

Speakers
avatar for Charles Finley

Charles Finley

President, Transformix Computer Corp
Charles Finley is President of Transformix which specializes in legacy application migration and modernization. He has over 40 years experience working in a number of different computing environments. Systems range from legacy COBOL and green screen based applications to cloud, web and mobile applications.



Thursday October 29, 2015 1:05pm - 1:50pm
Royal Palms Room

1:05pm

Building a Sentient Enterprise
The Sentient Enterprise is the continued evolution of the analytical world.  Playing off the foundation of an integrated, accessible, and agile, data architecture, companies are making the move from understanding transactions to learning and driving interactions.  Once there, the next move is for companies to extend beyond the traditional “develop and deploy” methodologies to an environment of total user collaboration where the data and analytics are pervasive throughout the organization.  This culminates with the enterprise becoming an active, and in many cases, automated engine to ingest data in real time and execute the routine decisions where possible and alerting for intervention as necessary.

The Sentient Enterprise is not technology for its own sake; it’s about technology in service of your organization’s business goals and competitive advantage, in an era of complexity, speed of information and change.  It provides a roadmap for aspirational executives and CXOs who want to leverage data analytics to transform their organizations with a multi-stage approach that blends Technology, Governance, and best practices in crowdsourcing and human engagement strategies.

Speakers
avatar for Rob Armstrong

Rob Armstrong

Product Marketing, Teradata
Starting with Teradata in 1987, Rob Armstrong has contributed in virtually every aspect of the data warehouse and analytical processing arenas. Rob’s work in the computer industry has been dedicated to data-driven business improvement and more effective business decisions and execution.  Roles have encompassed the design, justification, implementation and evolution of enterprise data warehouses. | | Rob has collaborated with and led... Read More →



Thursday October 29, 2015 1:05pm - 1:50pm
San Diego Room

1:50pm

Coffee & Visit Sponsor Tables
Thursday October 29, 2015 1:50pm - 2:20pm
Atlas Ballroom

2:20pm

Cloud Strategies in a Non-Profit Organization

This case study will present the strategies and projects used by the Retired Employees of San Diego County (RESDC) in moving from home-grown and manual methods to the cloud. RESDC staff of four provides information, benefits and services to nearly 7,000 retired county employees. In 2013, RESDC began a strategic planning process to improve all aspects of office operations and to improve member services and outreach through the use of technology. The complete redesign of the RESDC web site led the Board of Directors to seek additional web functionality that would better serve the membership and maximize office staff efficiency.

This presentation will outline the decisions and processes used in developing a technology strategy to support the Board’s long-term goals, with emphasis on the projects to move from the 1980s to the 21st century in technology. The focus of the presentation will be on the project to acquire a cloud—based membership management system. The application requirements include the capabilities for handling member rolls, mass email communication, online dues payment, online event registration/payment, and a member portal, as well as detailed management reporting.

The presenters are Mark Nanzer, Executive Director and Chuck Brown, RESDC Technology Committee Chair


Speakers
avatar for Chuck Brown

Chuck Brown

President, AITP Southwest Region
Charles L. (Chuck) Brown, CDP/CCP has over 45 years of information systems experience in both the private and public sectors. He retired from San Diego County in 2012 and continues to consult. He chairs the Technology Committee for the Retired Employees of San Diego County. Before retiring, Mr. Brown was Project Manager for Regional Integrated Justice Applications with the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department, responsible for coordinating... Read More →
avatar for Mark Nanzer

Mark Nanzer

Executive Director, Retired Employees of San Diego County (RESDC)
Mark Nanzer, is an experienced administrator with 20 years of experience in the non-profit sector with a combination of direct service provision and management and oversight of federal, state and local grant funding.  Mark is a seasoned administrator with experience in Independent Living Skills and Job Development Skills training, case management, crisis intervention and staff supervision. He has overseen operations Department of Labor... Read More →



Thursday October 29, 2015 2:20pm - 3:05pm
Golden West Room

2:20pm

Cloud, Mobile and Web Development Workshop - Afternoon Session B
Limited Capacity seats available


Enroll in BOTH Sessioon A and B in either morning or afternoon. 

Cloud, Mobile and Web Development is a workshop brought to you by Transformix Computer Corporation.  The workshop is designed for professionals with basic exposure to programming.  It provides a hands-on entry into modern software development using a practical, model-driven development paradigm. The emphasis is on using a toolset that provides code generation with no trade-offs in design or performance that can be deployed to a wide range of projects. Through these patterns provided by the toolset, attendees gain experience constructing modern applications in a cloud-based development environment that they can deploy immediately.


Application development has clearly shifted in favor of cloud, web and mobile technologies.  Terms such as Ajax, JavaScript, HTML5, CSS, etc have established themselves as essential components in the fabric of what are important today’s systems. Web development has changed from the development of static pages to more dynamic forms.  At the same time, software development tools and techniques are advancing at a rapid rate. Taken individually, these phenomena can present a daunting picture. However, a closer analysis focusing on the capabilities offered from selected develop tools and frameworks shows how much these seemingly disparate phenomena have converged. More specially, cloud-based tools are available today that make developing cloud, web and mobile applications easier than previous generation development tools!  This workshop uses one such framework called WaveMaker to illustrate how developers with limited prior programming experience but some database exposure, using the right tools, can build functional cloud, web and mobile applications quickly.  Through a series of hands-on labs on course provided computers, using existing data sources, several applications are developed by attendees.  Further, the labs are available for users to download on their own systems at a later date. 

In class you will craft an application using open web technologies: HTML, JavaScript, and CSS. While the domain is for one type of application, the app is designed to be extended easily to other domains. In the process of assembling our application, we explore programming concepts and gain practical experience in JavaScript, Restful API’s, integrating with existing applications and data sources and working with a modern cloud-based development toolset.

The WaveMaker development studio comes in both a cloud version and a desktop version.  In this workshop we take advantage of this feature by developing applications locally that can be deployed in the cloud. Further, skills used in the desktop version are transferable to cloud based development as well.

 

The one and one half-hour workshop is divided into two 45 minute sessions.  The complete workshop is offered once in the morning and once in the afternoon. Together the sessions are designed to provide a practical high level overview of:

  • How software is organized in a mobile first, cloud first context
  • Modern approaches to the practice of software development
  • Core web technologies HTML, JavaScript, CSS
  • JavaScript exercises: functions, scope, variables, arrays, objects, iteration/collections. Exercises are taught in the context of practical applications that allow attendees to visualize results immediately
  • Generating HTML (DOM) and CSS via JavaScript
  • Backend abstracted using cloud-based “backend as a service” such as Google Maps, Existing relational databases and existing green screens.
  • Templates and web components presented as the building blocks of modern UIs
  • Data encapsulation and communication via JavaScript objects and JSON

 

What You Will Learn

  • Solid foundation in how modern software is organized
  • Hands-on experience building the beginnings of a modern cloud capable application
  • Technical reinforcement in core web technologies HTML, CSS, with emphasis on JavaScript through code generation
  • Reusable patterns of code and functionality deployable across a wide range of projects

 

Prerequisites & Preparation

  • 20 laptops will be available to the attendees provided for use during the class.
  • The class will not accommodate BYOD. 
  • Experience with any programming language.
  • People with prior programing experience with get the most out of classes.
  • Although the toolset is JAVA and JavaScript based, no prior experience with either is necessary.
  • Eagerness to roll your sleeves up and craft solutions

 

WaveMaker

WaveMaker is a rapid web application development tool for the leading Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS) including Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, IBM DB2, MySQL, etc. Using only a web browser and limited programming experience, users can develop and deploy professional applications that are both fast and secure. WaveMaker combines the qualities of a personal database, productivity, ease of use, and flexibility with the qualities of an enterprise database, security, integrity, scalability, availability and built for the mobile, web and the cloud.

WaveMaker makes it easy to design Web 2.0 applications with its quick and fast environment for creating business based applications and maintaining them. This software takes away the burden of coding with java to produce applications for Web 2.0, so developers waste less time figuring out coding Java and concentrate on figuring out solutions for business problems since the software’s WYSIWYG development has been especially integrated for business background. This software can produce good quality of standard Java applications which makes it CIO (Configuration Interface Object) safe and can be also be used by developers using Java IDE. Its Java components give powerful security and data access. WaveMaker Studio is compatible with many operating systems including Windows 10/87/XP/Vista, Linux and Mac OS X.

WaveMaker is also cloud ready which means there is not trouble of moving Web apps to cloud hosting, this makes WaveMaker only free available software to provide cloud development platform. These software Studio’s visual tools are similar to Microsoft Access to make developing easy and take away all complexity of creating applications. This software also reduces the learning curve of Java for users. WaveMaker Studio is a great WYSIWYG tool that runs smoothly on standard and modern browsers such as Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer and Chrome and WaveMaker Apps run on the software’s standard-based Java server.

Some of WaveMaker’s important features are it allows you to create drag and drop application assembly; it also supports one-click database import and one-click related data forms; it also gives live data preview with studio and built in data grid pigmentation to make it easy to produce application without any hassle. This software also has facility that provides role-based access controls and auto compete search boxes which makes this software efficient to build applications and finally provides secure single sign-on feature for the website.

Transformix Computer Corporation

Transformix is a San Diego, California based software engineering firm specializing in migrating legacy applications and modernizing them to the cloud, web and mobile technologies.

Speakers
avatar for Charles Finley

Charles Finley

President, Transformix Computer Corp
Charles Finley is President of Transformix which specializes in legacy application migration and modernization. He has over 40 years experience working in a number of different computing environments. Systems range from legacy COBOL and green screen based applications to cloud, web and mobile applications.


Thursday October 29, 2015 2:20pm - 3:05pm
Royal Palms Room

2:20pm

BYOD Security
Most organizations are adopting mobile technology to increase productivity in the workplace. Some are going a step further by rolling out Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) programs as a cost-savings measure; however, the risks introduced by such programs are serious and can be costly if programs are not implemented correctly. Mobile devices increase an organization’s attack surface. While many security risks exist, three areas stand out as critical to any mobile device program including BYOD.

The most obvious concern is the physical environment. These devices by nature promote mobility and are almost always taken offsite from controlled buildings. Their small form factor makes them not only easy to lose, but more prone to theft.

Threat actors such as cyber criminals are aware of the growing mobile device market segment and have invested considerable effort into developing more sophisticated malware specifically targeted at mobile device manufacturers such as Android and Apple. The risk from malware includes data destructions and the unauthorized disclosure of sensitive information.

Finally, the threat from insiders who act out of ignorance or through malicious intent can leverage mobile devices in a more effective manner to exfiltration information or insert harmful software. BYOD increases the risk through the use of personal software, which may be used in an unauthorized manner. These risks, while not entirely preventable, can be mitigated through security controls. Mobile device management (MDM) systems, training and security policies can offset the risks inherent to mobile device programs.


Speakers
avatar for Thomas Gresham

Thomas Gresham

Technology Security Supervisor, Unified Port of San Diego
Tom Gresham joined the Port of San Diego in January of 2015 as the Technology Security Supervisor. Prior to that, he served 7 years as an IT Security Professional for the U.S. Department of State. His last assignment was a 2-year overseas tour as the Information Systems Security Officer (ISSO) for the Brussels Embassy in Belgium, U.S. Mission to the European Union and the U.S. Mission to NATO. In 2014, his performance overseas was recognized with... Read More →



Thursday October 29, 2015 2:20pm - 3:05pm
San Diego Room

3:15pm

Fog Computing and the IoT
Speakers
avatar for Jared Carter

Jared Carter

IoT Sales Specialist, Cisco
Working for Cisco’s Internet of Things Group, Jared Carter helps customers in the Energy, Manufacturing and Transportation verticals understand and apply solutions to address their most important business challenges. These Line of Business solutions apply to operational systems and often relate directly to system reliability, system output/yield, and system operating costs. | | Jared joined Cisco in 2005 and has held the industry’s... Read More →


Thursday October 29, 2015 3:15pm - 4:00pm
California Room

3:15pm

Disaster Recovery, Continuity of Operations, Backup and Archive in the Hybrid Cloud
Traditional DR has had a spotty record for enterprises. This session will present the four ascending levels of DR options and the benefits/tradeoffs across the options. The session will go on to discuss backup and restore plus several failover architectures for cloud-based and hybrid environments, including a demonstration of hybrid cloud failover.

Speakers
avatar for Joe Spiezio

Joe Spiezio

Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services
Joe Spiezio is a Solutions Architect with Amazon Web Services, where he works with the non-profit sector to help them optimize their use of the Cloud. He joined AWS in 2011 and has served as a leader in AWS' Premium Support business before taking on his current role. Prior to AWS, Mr. Spiezio led enterprise support teams at Microsoft and served as an architect, project manager, and team leader working with Federal and commercial clients. Mr... Read More →


Thursday October 29, 2015 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Golden West Room

3:15pm

Panel - Using The Cloud To Drive Value To The Business
Hear local CIOs and other technology leaders share real-world experiences of using the cloud to drive value to their businesses. They will discuss where the cloud is going, and consider potential pitfalls along the way. Format will be a 30-minute panel discussion, followed by 15 minutes for audience questions. Taking part are Abe Lietz, CIO of Curves Jenny Craig, Ryan Fay, CIO of ACI Specialty Benefits and Chris Orlando, Chief Sales & Marketing Officer at Scale Matrix. Moderating the discussion will be Chris Doig, CEO of Wayferry and writer for CIO.com.

Moderators
avatar for Chris Doig

Chris Doig

CEO, Wayferry
After working in corporate IT for most of his career and never finding an adequate solution to the software selection problem, Chris realized there was a significant gap in the market. This led to him founding Wayferry. Initially, Wayferry developed a cloud-based app to help evaluate software but it became apparent the market wanted more. | Chris pivoted the company to supply software selection consulting services. He developed the concept of... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Ryan Fay

Ryan Fay

CIO, ACI Specialty Benefits
Ryan Fay brings more than a decade of Executive IT expertise to audiences around the globe. A Keynote speaker and recognized Technology Evangelist specializing in development, implementation and delivery of global technology solutions. Ryan has a demonstrated ability delivering value at all stages of business and a proven ability designing, building and supporting 24/7 highly scalable global technology environments, and managing multi-specialty... Read More →
avatar for Abe Lietz

Abe Lietz

CIO & VP, Service Operations, Curves Jenny Craig
Chief Information Officer & VP, Service Operations at Curves Jenny Craig Since joining Curves Jenny Craig in August 2012, Abe has transformed the relationship between IT and the business from one of an order-taking role to one of advising the business. Key to achieving this transition was taking the time to build relationships with the business through shared successes. This built trust to the point where the business and IT are now partners... Read More →
avatar for Chris Orlando

Chris Orlando

Co-Founder/CSMO, ScaleMatrix
Chris leads ScaleMatix's commercial and strategic efforts around sales, marketing, client engagement, and products. Prior to ScaleMatrix, Chris served as president of the Complex Drive Data Center Group for four years, and held a number of key leadership positions within the hosting and colocation industry. His favorite achievement: Launching highly disruptive and innovative technologies (Dynamic Density Control™) into new markets.


Thursday October 29, 2015 3:15pm - 4:00pm
San Diego Room

3:15pm

Panel - Audits and Compliance
Join our expert IT compliance panelists to talk about experiences and recommendations to participate in compliance reviews of IT, to know more about usual cases, improvements that can be achieved during compliance projects and audit reviews. How can IT resources improve the compliance process, deliver value added participations and increase Company and Departmental compliance.

The panel is composed by compliance and IT experts, currently working for San Diego Companies in Compliance, Controls or Audit Departments, with vast knowledge of IT in different size organizations.

Moderators
avatar for Blair Baker

Blair Baker

Chief Technology Evangelist, 1903 Solutions & ISACA Board Membeer
Blair Baker is the Chief Technology Evangelist at 1903 Solutions.  He has more than 30 years of leadership experience in the multiple industries, and brings a unique perspective as a business-focused technologist.  Blair is a frequent speaker on the Future of Corporate IT, IT transformation, bridging the business IT divide, and security strategies for non-technical executives at many leading industry events, including California... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for Bill  Bonney

Bill Bonney

Security Evangelist, InfoSec Literacy Project
Bill Bonney is a Principal Consulting Analyst at TechVision Research with more than 25 years of experience in information technology, information security, identity management, and risk management. He has held senior management positions in Information technology and information security, most recently as a consultant at Fair Isaac, and prior to that as Director of Information Security and Compliance at Intuit. While at Intuit, Bill created the... Read More →
avatar for Noel Haskins-Hafer

Noel Haskins-Hafer

Compliance Program Manager, Intuit
W. Noel Haskins-Hafer is the Compliance Officer for Intuit Inc’s personal financial management software division, advising senior leadership on strategies for developing cutting-edge personal finance management products that comply with US, international and industry laws, regulations and standards. When with Intuit’s Internal Audit, she created award-winning audit programs for emerging technologies, including cloud computing, mobile... Read More →
avatar for Tim Smith

Tim Smith

Associate Director Audit, Data and Analytics, KPMG
Timothy Smith is an Associate Director for Audit Data and Analytics for KPMG’s Global Services Center, where he focus on tools and methodology supporting the audit practices of KPMG member firms worldwide.  He has 20 years of financial and IT audit and security experience, including 12 years with KPMG in a variety of industries including financial services, healthcare, federal government, telecommunications and consumer markets. He... Read More →
avatar for Diego Vargas

Diego Vargas

Sr. IT Auditor, ICW
Diego Vargas is the IT Auditor for the Insurance Company of the West Group, in charge of implementing the IT Audit Activity for different companies and assessing implementation of IT projects globally. Diego has experience working in more than 30 countries, for public and private companies of different sizes.Diego has an international formation as IT Engineer in Argentina, with degrees in Mexico and the USA, as well as Certified Information... Read More →


Thursday October 29, 2015 3:15pm - 4:00pm
Town and Country Room

4:00pm