NetHosting CEO, Lane Livingston, is scheduled to attend exclusive cloud-centered sessions and workshops at Cloud Connect, which will be held on March 15th through the 18th in California’s Silicon Valley.

Orem, UT NetHosting, a US-based provider of global Dedicated, VPS, and Cloud hosting services, will be represented at TechWeb’s premier cloud computing event, Could Connect, by NetHosting CEO, Lane Livingston.

The event will be held March 15th through the 18th in Silicon Valley, CA, opening with select pre-conference programs that include the Cloud Business Summit—an in depth discussion venue on funding, marketing, and investing in the cloud—and elite developer workshops.

Following the pre-conference programs, Mr. Livingston plans to attend all three days of the Cloud Computing Conference, during which time keynotes and panel discussions will cover a broad range of cloud-centric topics, such as: designs for cloud applications, code-writing, “cloudonomics,” public vs. private clouds, standardization, cloud security, and a great deal more.

“There is a wealth of knowledge to be gained at venues like Cloud Connect, which bring countless professionals together for a specialized purpose,” Mr. Livingston said in anticipation of the event. “In this case, that purpose is to define cloud computing as an emerging, and powerful, new technology, and to share the tools to enhance its application in all areas of business.”

Scheduled keynotes include presentations by Mark Prichard, Senior Principal Product Manager in the Java Platform Group of Oracle, Matt Thompson, General Manager of Microsoft’s developer and platform evangelism efforts, Ric Telford, VP of Cloud Services at IBM, and Scott Chasin, CTO of McAffee SaaS, to name only a few.