The Gartner Application Architecture, Development, and Integration season is upon us! Every year, Gartner Events runs a series of events geared toward the application delivery leader. The biggest is in Vegas, but there are satellite events in Sydney and London. Owing to the presence of Technical Insights content geared toward demonstrating the GTP (formerly Burton) service to potential clients, I’ll be speaking at the latter on May 19-20 with colleagues Gary Olliffe and Gonzalo Ruiz. AADI London is sure to be a great event, featuring presentations on application development in the cloud and on mobile devices.. as well as the back-end services that implies. This conference is all about how application delivery leaders should adapt themselves and their organizations to the art of delivering the digital business, and it will surely be filled with great insights and fun times.
This year I have the pleasure of taking the stage with Gonzalo for a presentation on Migrating Applications to the Cloud and with Gary for a presentation on API strategy, both topics near and dear to my research the last several years. I’ve also got a round table on crowd sourcing application development – bring your war stories and peer questions! If you’re still boning up on the topic, my recent research document is sure to help.
More than two dozen Gartner analysts will be there, presenting on the latest in enterprise-ready (and enterprise-disruptive) application delivery practices and technologies. On top of that, we have a ream of fantastic exhibitors, including both enterprise mainstays like Oracle and Tibo, and cutting-edge enterprise newcomers like 3scale, ZeroTurnaround, and CloudBees. Got questions about how your application delivery strategy fits with the capabilities these guys are bringing to market? Ask them to tell you how they can help – then come talk to a Gartner analyst in a one-on-one session to learn objective pros and cons about the story you’ve been told. When you’re done, network with peers as you cut loose during our fun evening events. There’s really nothing like a Gartner conference – it is the best of objective IT advice, world-class tech vendors, and the brain trust that makes it all hang together – you!
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