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Why Open Platforms Matter to Enterprises and Developers

Manav Mishra (HP Helion)

The industry needs cloud solutions built on an open, extensible architecture that delivers consistent access to infrastructure, runtimes and application resources. As customers continue to adopt cloud service-based solutions, they need to avoid vendor lock-in, simplify building of complex cloud environments, and quickly develop cloud-ready applications that drive massively scalable cloud models.

Join Manav Mishra, Director of Product, HP Helion, for an engaging discussion on HP’s strategy and innovation around HP Helion, the role of Cloud Foundry™ and OpenStack®, and why it matters to enterprises building hybrid clouds and developers developing cloud-native applications. Manav will also discuss the value of HP Helion OpenStack® and HP Helion Development Platform, and how these solutions enable application elasticity, workload portability, rapid application delivery, and management across multiple cloud environments.

This session is sponsored by HP

Manav Mishra

HP Helion

Manav is currently the Director of Product for HP Helion where he leads the product team responsible for the developer platform and experience.

Manav has been in several product and engineering leadership roles across the tech industry. Most recently, at Google, Manav led the product management team responsible for the core and enterprise products for Google Analytics. Prior to joining Google, Manav spent 10-years at Microsoft leading product teams responsible for Windows (shell user experience, search and file management, cloud integration and the developer platform), Live Mesh (SkyDrive), OneCare and machine-learning based safety and security protection in Outlook, Exchange, Hotmail and Internet Explorer. Manav started his career at Intel as a software engineer working on x86 instruction set optimizations and networking protocols for Linux. He also has several international publications and 50+ patents to his credit.

Manav graduated with a M.S. in Electrical Engineering from Washington State University and is based in San Francisco.