The fifth annual Cloud World Forum will take place in London's National Hall Olympia on 26-27 June.
The two-day forum is focussed on encouraging IT professionals to congregate and share expertise on popular trends and topics in the global cloud sphere. The event agenda has now been unveiled.
The seminars will be held across eight separate halls, such as the Google Theatre and the Strategy Theatre, each with a particular central subject and direction. Key sessions will revolve around widespread cloud issues, such as developing large-scale service-led infrastructure, and potential benefits of as-a-service models.
Case studies will also be placed under the microscope, with some of the cloud industry's leading figures offering guidance, advice and examples of appropriate achievements to attendees.
Several keynote speeches will be delivered at Cloud World Forum 2013, by speakers including ARM's Richard Harris, Netflix's Ken Florance and Bank of America Merril Lynch's Stavros Isaiadis.
Also on the agenda are cloud monetisation strategies, a discussion on the future of cloud services, physical elements involved in cloud enhancement and common cloud security issues.
The Cloud World Forum is once more playing host to the Executive Leadership Summit and the CDN World Forum, where networking opportunities will be made available.