SAN CARLOS, Calif. — November 11, 2009 — MarkLogic Corporation, a leading provider of infrastructure software for information applications, today announced that Clark D. Richey, Jr., principal technologist with MarkLogic’s Government team, will take part in a panel discussion at the upcoming Chesapeake TechFocus Seminar on November 13, 2009 at L-3 Communications in Annapolis Jct., Md.
The panel discussion entitled, “Adapting to the Cloud: Industry’s Evolution and Government’s View from the Inside,” will bring together a group of industry experts to examine the government’s internal perception of cloud computing. The group will also present the inherent challenges associated with ‘the Cloud,’ and which steps the industry can take to address these challenges within the public sector.
Clark D. Richey, Jr. has spent more than 10 years architecting and implementing large-scale software solutions for the Federal Government. Currently, Clark is the principal technologist with MarkLogic’s Government team. Clark is also an adjunct professor in the Master’s program at Loyola College. His peers have recognized Clark’s work with Java and its vast developer community by electing him a Java Champion. Clark has a Master’s in Computer Science from American University and a Bachelor’s in Computer Science from U.M.U.C.
By examining the view of cloud computing from inside the government, Richey and fellow panelists will share unique insights into these emerging technologies (e.g. Software-as-a-Service, virtualization), associated challenges (e.g. security, DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process), and opportunities (e.g. Apps.gov).
The Chesapeake TechFocus Seminar will be held at L-3 Communications in Annapolis Jct., Md. on Friday, November 13, 2009 from 7:30 am – 9:30am EST. For more information and to register for this event, please visit: www.chesapeaketech.org.
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