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Registration. Welcome Coffee


Welcome Address

Andrew Beklemishev,
Regional Manager, IDC Central Asia

Welcome Address

Elmir Tofig oglu Velizadeh,
Deputy Minister, the Ministry of Communications and High Technologies of the Republic of Azerbaijan

Smart Cities: Digital Transformation of Modern Cities

Andrew Beklemishev,
Regional Manager, IDC Central Asia

Cyberthreats in 2017: Old Stories, New Tricks

Denis Maslennikov,
Senior Research Analyst, Security Lead, IDC Russia and CIS Countries

Nearly every security presentation has a very standard phrase like ‘previous year was tougher than the last one’. This presentation is not an exception because 2016 and the first half of 2017 were complicated. Cybercriminals are taking inti account new illegal opportunities and are still exploiting old ones. At the same time security companies are offering new solutions and technologies. This presentation covers both topics.


Build Tomorrow’s Integrated Data Center, Today

Rasim Bakhshi,
Key Account Manager, Relationship, Lenovo Datacenter Group Channel Lead for Central Asia & Azerbaijan

Coffee Break


VMware Cross-Cloud Architecture

Artyom Geniev,
Business Solutions Strategist, VMware
  1. Digital disruption and digital transformation are on the top of business agenda. Businesses deny the impossible by shifting the mindset towards disruptive practices. Every business will become a software business.
  2. Cloud infrastructure is the essential enabler for the digital transformation.
  3. Cloud retrospective and outlook.
  4. Key challenges in a cross-cloud environment. How to address compliance, security and governance concerns.
  5. Case studies.

Transformation of Storage and Computing Architecture imposed by Big Data Era

Abzetdin Adamov,
Co-Director, Data Sciences Research & Training Center, School of Information Technology & Engineering, ADA University

The extremely fast grow of Internet Services, Web and Mobile Applications and advance of the related Pervasive, Ubiquity and Cloud Computing concepts have stimulated production of tremendous amounts of data partially available online (call metadata, texts, emails, social media updates, photos, videos, location, etc.). Even with the power of today ís modern computers it still big challenge for business and government organizations to manage, search, analyze, and visualize this vast amount of data as information. Data-Intensive computing which is intended to address this problems become quite intense during the last few years yielding strong results. Data intensive computing framework is a complex system which includes hardware, software, communications, and Distributed File System (DFS) architecture.

Just small part of this huge amount is structured (Databases, XML, logs) or semi-structured (web pages, email), over 90% of this information is unstructured, what means data does not have predefined structure and model. Generally, unstructured data is useless unless applying data mining and analysis techniques. At the same time, just in case if you can process and understand your data, this data worth anything, otherwise it becomes useless. Two key components of any Data-intensive system are: Data Storage and Data Processing. So, which technologies, techniques, platforms, tools are best for Big Data storing and processing? How Big Data Era effects technological landscape? These and many other questions will be answered during a speech.


From E-gov to G-gov: Necessity, Main Concept and Unification Issues

Javid Abdullayev,
Independent Expert

“Many of the sustainable development challenges are cross cutting in nature and are characterized by complex inter linkages which will benefit from using location as a common reference framework. To effectively measure, monitor and mitigate challenges we need to link demographic, statistical and environmental data together with the one thing they have in common – geospatial data... The emergence and use of precise location information ... offers great opportunities and will see it form a core part of information technology infrastructure” (Future Trends in geospatial information management: the five to ten year vision, Second Edition December 2015). Therefore, integration of geospatial information into the architecture, standards and best practices of e-government is very important.

In this presentation we aim to introduce term “g-government” and some concepts, such as “spatially-enabled society”.

How National Spatial Data Infrastructure can be integrated with e-government infrastructure? What is the role of land administration in the process of building spatially-enabled society? These and many other questions will be answered during a presentation At the same time some recommendations on developing the standards will be given.




Security as an Enabler to Digital Transformation

Pavel Sotnikov,
Managing Director for Eastern Europe, Caucasus and Central Asia, Qualys

How do we regain the insight in our environments? We have lost much insight in how our IT operations and security is operated and more importantly how it is is performing.

With the relentless move to cloud platforms, being a private or public one, or perhaps even a hybrid, we stand to lose even more visibility and control in our day 2 day and strategic operations.

What do enterprises need to do to regain control? How can we proactively battle the emerging threats?

In this presentation we aim to help you see a path forward, and roads into the near and distant future of your IT infra and asset management, and how Qualys can be of paramount support in this quest.


Build Your Enterprise Cloud, Today

Roman Khmelevskiy,
Sr. Systems Engineer, Russia, Nutanix

PaaS as the Basis for Digital Transformation

Maxim Prakhov,
Channel Sales manager, CIS Region, Red Hat

OpenShift by Red Hat brings the benefits of Platform-as-a-Service to the enterprise in the form of an on-premise software product deployable in data-centers or private clouds. Utilizing OpenShift, customers can realize improvements in developer productivity, operational efficiency and hardware utilization.


Unify’s Leading Communication Solutions

Sergey Razmakhaev,
Managing Director Russia and CIS, Unify

170 years of continuous innovations in the field of communications allows the Unify company to remain the leader in the market of enterprise communications. Unify’s portfolio provides organizations with communications tools to foster rich and meaningful conversations across channels, platforms and media for a mobile, real-time and collaborative way to work. With cloud at the center, we deliver a seamless, secure UCaaS experience with solutions that unify multiple voice, video and data networks, connected devices and applications into one easy-to-use platform that allows teams to collaborate securely, effectively and efficiently – anytime, anywhere. The result is a transformation of how the enterprise communicates and collaborates that amplifies collective effort, energizes the business, improves employee satisfaction and enhances business performance.


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