01:10PM EDT - That's a wrap! Now for some talks.

01:10PM EDT - Main takeaways: Broadwell-EP, Intel's first 3D NAND drives, Intel's Resource Director Technology, native cloud acceleration

01:08PM EDT - Wrapping up now

01:08PM EDT - 'Professional services expected to grow 45% this year'

01:07PM EDT - 'People are really building their own cloud'

01:06PM EDT - Successful deployments include Ancestry.com, moving part of their workload to native cloud

01:05PM EDT - 'Turnkey clouds can be rolled into the data center'

01:05PM EDT - Others are looking at public cloud as their 2nd/3rd homes for their capabilities

01:05PM EDT - customers are looking at moving from public cloud to private cloud and optimization

01:04PM EDT - Mark Williams, CTO from Redapt on stage to talk about Cloud Builders and deployment

01:03PM EDT - 'deploying solutions around the world with these blueprints'

01:03PM EDT - 17 of the top 20 comms service provides will be using the cloud partners program as part of NFE

01:02PM EDT - 340 companies involved

01:01PM EDT - ASUS, Gigabyte in there

01:01PM EDT - All these partners

01:01PM EDT - Announcing Intel's Cloud Builders programme

01:01PM EDT - 'Involving everyone in this process'

12:58PM EDT - First is opening in Santa Clara today

12:57PM EDT - VMware is launching cloud centers of excellence

12:55PM EDT - Large interest in container based computing

12:54PM EDT - Launching the Cloud Native Computing Foundation

12:53PM EDT - Just an aside, here's a list of SKUs in one of HP's new Workstation product briefs:

12:50PM EDT - GIFEE - Google's Infrastructure for Everyone Else uses it

12:49PM EDT - Intel announcing a new native scheduler for VMs and Containers as part of OpenStack

12:48PM EDT - 'A universal resource scheduler is one of the most important parts for efficiency'

12:47PM EDT - A slide with Andy Grove

12:46PM EDT - Double in size by 2020

12:46PM EDT - Cloud infrastructure software revenue growth is 27% CAGR projected

12:45PM EDT - Jason Waxman to the stage, CVP and GM of the Cloud Platforms Group

12:44PM EDT - Starting today, E5 v4 will be available from partners

12:44PM EDT - >60k encrypted streams per node

12:43PM EDT - Netflix is 35% of North America traffic, streaming from a private content delivery network

12:43PM EDT - I see 'E5 v4 2697A' listed on this slide

12:42PM EDT - Now talking secure clouds with containers and content delivery

12:41PM EDT - Facebook, AppFormix, VMWare, China Mobile and Alibaba are already using IRDT

12:40PM EDT - 'Data Center efficiency on services up 4x'

12:39PM EDT - Gives people more trust in the platform to run in a virtualised environment

12:38PM EDT - IRDT makes it a lot easier with important VMs getting the cache it needs

12:38PM EDT - Cache misses on the old platform gave latency

12:37PM EDT - Delivering consistent latency is important

12:36PM EDT - Wanted to remove jitter with our trading software

12:36PM EDT - Used to be happy with 2 s response. Now 10s of microseconds needed

12:34PM EDT - @TheKanter ... :)

12:34PM EDT - OK, just been told by David Kanter it is on the fly

12:34PM EDT - Is this on the fly adjustment, or just when launching a VM?

12:33PM EDT - Before: each VM would take as much L3 as needed. Now: each VM can have limited L3 access depending on priority

12:32PM EDT - Now Intel Resource Director Technology

12:32PM EDT - '25 new world record performance benchmarks'

12:31PM EDT - This is real-world v4 improvements over v3, mostly customer testing

12:30PM EDT - Johan's review on Xeon E5-2600 v4 (Broadwell-EP) is now live: http://www.anandtech.com/print/10158/the-intel-xeon-e5-v4-review

12:30PM EDT - D3700 series is Intel's first dual port PCIe SSD, maintains 100% perf after controller failure

12:29PM EDT - So P3320 line is scale out for capacity, D3700 series is scale up for performance

12:28PM EDT - PCIe SSDs with NVMe of course

12:28PM EDT - P3320 is cloud focused 3D NAND solution, up to 2TB I think

12:28PM EDT - New SSDs from Intel use Intel's first 3D NAND

12:28PM EDT - Data Center SSD sales doubled 2014 to 2015

12:27PM EDT - the Encryption speedup is due to the Broadwell instructions

12:26PM EDT - TSX is back, and fixed

12:26PM EDT - AVX turbo speeds are now per-core rather than chip wide

12:26PM EDT - Intel Resource Director and up to 70% more encryption perf per core

12:26PM EDT - Broadwell-EP up to 22 cores on a chip, up to DDR4-2400

12:25PM EDT - P3520/3320 and D3700/D3600

12:25PM EDT - and four new Data Center SSDs

12:25PM EDT - E5-26xx v4

12:24PM EDT - Announcing Broadwell-EP

12:24PM EDT - 'Priority is also to deliver end-to-end security'

12:23PM EDT - 'Agility is the drive to the cloud: without having to wait days and weeks for adjustments'

12:23PM EDT - 'The need for performance in a virtualised environment'

12:22PM EDT - Total core counts drives down TCO

12:22PM EDT - And the event WiFi just failed

12:22PM EDT - 'software defined infrastructure with automated provisioning'

12:21PM EDT - Now talking about the next generation of Xeons

12:21PM EDT - Lots of buzzwords, but this is an event for customers as well

12:19PM EDT - 'Data security and student security is one of our important priorities with strong safeguards'

12:19PM EDT - 'The cloud is perfect for this'

12:18PM EDT - 'Thin clients in the classroom doesn't need to store rich content, it can be drawn from the cloud and be adaptive'

12:18PM EDT - Serving content based on a student's way of learning, either new directions of content or pushing student ability

12:18PM EDT - Provides students with online and offline access to content to help learning

12:17PM EDT - HMH is deploying private cloud solutions in education

12:17PM EDT - 'Many schools are struggling with basic infrastructure needs, but transformation brings about opportunity'

12:16PM EDT - John O'Connell, SVP from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt on stage talking about education learning through digital

12:15PM EDT - 'The education market has been moving from the physical world to the digital world in a big way'

12:14PM EDT - 'Big Data and personalised analytics' - these will be the buzzwords of the day for sure

12:14PM EDT - These five are launching cloud based services to develop new revenue streams

12:13PM EDT - A big focus on security with their implementations

12:13PM EDT - Swisscom has infrastructre, platform and now cloud as a service solutions

12:12PM EDT - Flipkart works in India for localized data centers, and their capacity has been doubling every year

12:12PM EDT - Running a cloud data center in Korea at 95F with Naver

12:11PM EDT - These are three cloud service providers working with Intel right now

12:11PM EDT - 'Looking at the next wave of public cloud service providers beyond the Super 7'

12:10PM EDT - Azure for private cloud and hybrid solutions are with MS customers

12:10PM EDT - Of course, Azure

12:10PM EDT - Talking about FPGA solutions in the cloud with Intel and Altera

12:09PM EDT - A video on Microsoft's strategy now

12:08PM EDT - 'Published 20 reference architectures with >65% proof of concept with end-users in commercial deployments'

12:08PM EDT - 'Our strategy is to simplify the deployment process rather than just increase the number of experts'

12:07PM EDT - 'Number 1 barrier to cloud deployment used to be security, now it's lack of expertise'

12:07PM EDT - 'More to do, but more will be done'

12:07PM EDT - 'We've addressed many issues surrounding stability in OpenStack, particularly for private'

12:06PM EDT - 'Deploying a private cloud for an enterprise environment has different feature requirements than a public cloud'

12:05PM EDT - 'Assembled the largest OpenStack development team, opened San Antonio OpenStack innovation center'

12:05PM EDT - 'How do you deploy a multi-component stack with confidence?'

12:04PM EDT - 'Removing barriers to adoption'

12:04PM EDT - 'We should go from start from fully functional portal in less than a day' - goal from 9 months ago

12:04PM EDT - optimized for hardware

12:03PM EDT - Investing in the software stack making sure it's featured and easy to deploy

12:03PM EDT - 'Anticipation for 5G as well'

12:03PM EDT - 'How quickly can we get the next 10k clouds deployed? is a question that drove our cloud for all initiative

12:02PM EDT - 'It is a hybrid world between cloud and private'

12:01PM EDT - 'Growth in geo-located cloud'

12:01PM EDT - 'Cloud can be agile and fluid, especially at scale'

12:00PM EDT - 'Deploying new cloud based revenue solutions'

12:00PM EDT - 'The dependency that businesses have on cloud continues to grow'

12:00PM EDT - 'Born in the cloud businesses'

11:59AM EDT - 'We all think PC is a big deal, but Cloud is a big disruptor'

11:59AM EDT - 'Every generation is a step up in efficiency based on the on-demand nature of compute'

11:59AM EDT - 'The new way ICT is deployed and consumed'

11:58AM EDT - 'Cloud is the big disruptor'

11:58AM EDT - Diane Bryant on stage

11:58AM EDT - Just going over logistics

11:57AM EDT - 'This day is designed to give you a snapshot of what the industry is doing in the cloud'

11:57AM EDT - Here we go

11:51AM EDT - I've also got a meeting with the VP of the NVMe group at Intel later today

11:51AM EDT - I've got the list of talks in front of me: Xeons, Storage, Performance, Open Network Platform, Smart Workloads

11:50AM EDT - Cloud Day is a day of talks and discussions about Intel's Cloud and Data Center strategy

11:48AM EDT - Front row seats, looking forward to some interesting announcements

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  • Tigran - Thursday, March 31, 2016 - link

    No live video broadcasting? Reply
  • MrSpadge - Thursday, March 31, 2016 - link

    Their cloud servers couldn't handle it ;) Reply
  • Meteor2 - Wednesday, April 06, 2016 - link

    Just so we're clear... 'Cloud computing' is just what we used to call data centres? And 'private cloud' is your own data centre, and 'public cloud' rented capacity in someone else's? Reply

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