Dyn, the worldwide leader in Internet Infrastructure as a Service, announced that it will host Geek Summer Camp, their first-ever user conference for both the Internet infrastructure and web performance industries.
The two-day event, held Aug. 7-8 at the company's 60,000-square foot Manchester, New Hampshire headquarters, will feature some of the biggest names in tech innovation and web performance.
Announced keynotes thus far:
In addition to the keynotes, leaders in companies like Box, Etsy and Red Hat will lead a series of panels on topics covering:
Registration is now open, but the number of passes available is limited.
"Internet infrastructure is one of the most exciting spaces currently operating on the web," said Jeremy Hitchcock, CEO of Dyn. "We wanted to bring together some of the key players within the industry to discuss some of the biggest issues of the day. We made it a summer camp because New Hampshire is a great destination that time of year. "
While there will be a lot of information to learn, the conference will stay true to its summer camp name. That is why the first day of the conference will conclude with a Music Meets Tech DynTini. The concert will be headlined by The Parlotones, the multiplatinum-selling South African rock band.
"We have been to hundreds of conferences all over the world," said Kyle York, Dyn Chief Revenue Officer. "But none of them will be like Geek Summer Camp. This is one of a kind and the can't miss event of the summer."
For more information, visit www.geeksummercamp.com.
Dyn is a cloud-based Internet Performance company. Dyn helps companies monitor, control, and optimize online infrastructure for an exceptional end-user experience. Through a world-class network and unrivaled, objective intelligence into Internet conditions, Dyn ensures traffic gets delivered faster, safer, and more reliably than ever. Learn More
Related topics: DNS
|Cybersquatting||Policy & Regulation|
|DNS Security||Registry Services|
|IP Addressing||White Space|
Afilias - Mobile & Web Services
Minds + Machines