Cloud Computing

CS309A

Stanford School of Engineering


Description

Cloud computing is bringing information systems out of the back office and making it core to the entire economy. This class is intended for all students who want to begin to understand the implications of this shift in technology. Guest industry experts are public company CEOs who are delivering application, software development, operations management, compute, storage and data center, and network cloud services.

Previous Guest Speakers:

  • James Park, CEO, Fitbit Inc.
  • Kenneth Kannappan, Pres. & CEO, Plantronics
  • Kathryn Gould, Founder, Foundation Capital
  • Bernard Tyson, CEO, Kaiser
  • Robert LeBlanc, Sr. VP, IBM Cloud
  • Daniel C Heintzelman, Vice Chairman, GE
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Note on Course Availability

This course is typically offered Autumn quarter.

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For science, engineering, business, medicine, and law students.

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