ATLANTA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–MacStadium, an established facility cloud provider exclusively for Apple products that offers scalable and secure enterprise-class infrastructure as a service for all workloads requiring macOS, today announced the inaugural MacStadium 2022 User Conference to be held September 20 at The Whitley hotel in Atlanta.
“We are honored and humbled to build on our Leaders in Infrastructure Technology initiatives by hosting our first user conference in our hometown of Atlanta,” said Tom Schnell, senior vice president and chief customer officer at MacStadium. “We’re excited to see the ensuing interactions bringing together some of the tech industry’s top leaders for technology insight and discussing synergies and opportunities to effectively solve real industry challenges.”
Founded in 2011, MacStadium combines patented technology, proprietary configurations, and unparalleled expertise in Apple infrastructure to meet the needs of customers ranging from individual developers to Fortune 100 companies. With high-performance, purpose-built Apple hardware, including the Mac Pro, the Mac mini and the new Mac Studio; private cloud solutions required by DevOps, Software as a Service (SaaS) and enterprise users, guaranteed uptime with expert support; and, data centers located around the world, MacStadium has earned the trust of iOS developers, mobile test teams and DevOps engineers around the world.
Simplify Mac for Business
MacStadium 2022 Invite-Only User Conference will highlight its exclusive virtualization and cloud solutions for enterprise Macs. The conference is aimed at professionals who work in environments that encompass IT; cloud, bare metal; SaaS; Security; the Apple ecosystem; – office automation and management; virtual office; DevOps; iOS engineering; continuous integration, continuous delivery and continuous deployment; and Mac virtualization.
The conference will provide educational opportunities to learn how MacStadium’s cloud solutions simplify Mac for business. Among them is MacStadium’s proprietary Orchestration of Kubernetes on Apple (Orka®) platform that uniquely solves the complexities of Mac DevOps and Mac virtualization and the Mac virtual desktop needs of IT teams. Orka, for example, can reduce iOS build times by more than 30%. MacStadium also offers a first-to-market, rack-mountable Mac Studio cloud solution and can reduce IT employee onboarding by eight to 12 weeks.
A tour of the data center for members of the press and existing customers is available during and after the conference.
“I have witnessed the steady and significant growth of MacStadium for many years,” said Nick Cobb, vice president of product and engineering at Kyte and former DevOps executive at Uber. “MacStadium’s expertise and approach to solving real problems within the Apple ecosystem is unmatched. I’m excited to preview their next phase of innovation as they bring industry leaders together. »
Previews of MacStadium’s upcoming technology roadmaps and platforms
Registered conference attendees include technology leaders from Fortune 500 companies, as well as gaming, enterprise SaaS, fintech and consumer-focused organizations.
Attendees will have the opportunity to preview upcoming technology roadmaps, learn about the upcoming launch of new exclusive platforms and how best to use MacStadium’s services to optimize their organizational processes, engage with MacStadium’s management and engineering teams and interact with industry leaders.
Summit Partners Technologist-in-Residence Neil Roseman is set to deliver the conference keynote titled “The Power of Ecosystems”. He spent a decade at Amazon.com, where he served as vice president of technology, responsible for Amazon’s marketplace platform, digital media technologies and retail software systems in the whole world. After Amazon, Neil served as Vice President of Engineering at Zynga, where he built the company’s platform and led the launch of Zynga.com.
Super Bowl champion and former NFL offensive tackle Ryan Harris will deliver an inspirational talk titled “I am, I can, I will.” Harris won Super Bowl 50 as a player with the Denver Broncos and played professional football for 10 years before retiring in 2016. Harris graduated from Notre Dame University with a bachelor’s degree in economics and politics and is a frequent guest speaker at organized events.
Founded in 2011 and based in Atlanta, MacStadium is a software-as-a-service leader providing scalable and secure enterprise cloud solutions exclusively for macOS. The company’s suite of advanced software frameworks, combined with its innovative technology, provides the security, performance, reliability and flexibility its customers need to successfully develop applications on Apple devices. Powered by MacStadium, Orka (Orchestration with Kubernetes at Apple) is the only virtualization layer available for the Mac build infrastructure based on Docker and Kubernetes technology. MacStadium is a Summit Partners portfolio company with growing operations in Las Vegas, Silicon Valley, Dublin, Ireland and soon Mumbai, India. Please follow the company on social media @macstadium or visit macstadium.com.