Virtuozzo to discuss next-generation cloud at infra/STRUCTURE Summit

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Virtuozzo, the alternative cloud platform leader, today announced its Vice President of Cloud, Joe Morgan will be participating in a panel discussion at the upcoming infra/STRUCTURE Summit, scheduled for October 4-5 in Toronto, Canada.

Founded by independent research and consulting firm, Structure Research, infra/STRUCTURE is an exclusive industry summit that brings together executives from across the Internet infrastructure ecosystem – cloud, data center, edge, and managed infrastructure – for high-value networking and a frank discussion about the industry’s status and future directions. infra/STRUCTURE creates an environment where conversations happen and relationships are built against the backdrop of third-party analysis and engaged discussion of the sector’s most pertinent issues and challenges.

Morgan will be speaking on Wednesday, October 4, during Track 3 of the summit at the session titled: “Next-Generation Mass-Market Cloud Services.” The panel will discuss how hosting and cloud services are evolving rapidly, with an increasing orientation to CMS, e-commerce platforms and disaster recovery, while providers are turning to hypercale and webscale platforms for raw infrastructure and value-add capabilities around security, CDN and performance. This discussion will strive to answer the questions about where there will be growth and where the opportunities lie.

Additional panelists for this discussion include Ben Gabler, CEO,; Carrie Wheeler, President, Liquid Web and Philbert Shih, Managing Director, Structure Research.

One of the biggest changes in the infrastructure business is Virtuozzo’s ability to simplify infrastructure access and pricing, empowering service providers to access and resell the infrastructure they need without becoming dependent on the hyperscalers. ​For more information about the Summit and to register, please visit:

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