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CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS: DCD >Enterprise, March 14-15 New York, to focus on how ’right scaling’ infrastructure enables digital transformation
About This Conference
Update: DCD >Enterprise conference will start as scheduled at 9.00am on March 14th
SDN, Hyper Converged, Open Architecture, NFV, Web Scale, Disaggregation… The data center stack keeps on getting more complicated, that’s why the smartest crowd in town converges on the New York Marriott Marquis every Spring time with crystal balls at the ready.
As the IoT, Smart Cities, Big Data and Clouds drive the industry forward, DCD Enterprise is about not forgetting the engine. Join 1,750 professionals whose day job it is to keep the digital world up and running. From "mud to cloud", this event covers the full ecosystem for how enterprise data centers are being re-defined and how the economics of digital business, IT and data center service delivery is being re-shaped.
With 100+ hours of expert panels, keynote presentations, interactive workshops and roundtables, not to mention an expo showcasing 100 of the latest technologies - This really is the event not to be missed! In less than 48 hours you will network, learn and share your way to a more decisive 2017.
The following sessions from DCD>Enterprise conference will be streamed:
3.00pm (EST) - David Liggitt - datacenterHAWK, Jim Reinhart - QTS, Michael Lahoud - Stream Data Centers
The enterprise data center user: Life in the colocation and cloud world
4.00pm (EST) - Dan Gaffney - BNY Mellon, Herb Alvarez - AIG, Lee Kirby - Uptime Institute, Todd Traver - Uptime Institute, Rob McClary - FORTRUST, David Schirmacher - 7x24 International
Panel: Hybrid computing - the complexity of delivering consistency across models
4.00pm (EST) - Bill Dougherty - CBRE, James Henry - Bank Street Group LLC, Peter Hopper - DH Capital, Ravi Srinivasan - RampRate
The data center as an investor's opportunity - is the bloom of the rose?
Amazon, AT&T, AWS, AXA, Bank Of America, Bank of New York Mellon, Barclays, Bell Canada, Birns, BlackRock, Blackstone, Bloomberg, BNP Paribas, Citi, Columbia University, Comcast, Commerzbank, Credit Suisse, CUNY, DataGryd, Deloitte, Deutsche Bank, Ebay, Etisalat UAE, Facebook, FedEx, Goldman Sachs, Google, HANYC, HBO, Horizon Media, HTC USA, IBM, Infrastructure Masons, JP Morgan Chase, KPMG, Kronos, LinkedIn, McKinsey & Company, Merck, Microsoft, Montefiore Medical Center, Morgan Stanley, New York Life Insurance Co, PepsiCo, Prudential, QTS, QVC, RBS/NatWest Markets, RBS Securities, Royal Bank of Canada, SKG Telecommunications, Societe Generale, Sony Music, SUNY, Symantec, TD Bank, Telehouse, Telia Carrier, Thomson Reuters, Tiffany and Company, TLM, United Parcel Service, UPMC, Verizon, Viacom, Wells Fargo… and many more.
“The dilemma for all IT organizations is not whether to change the way they do things, but which of the new paths to take. The DCD conference programme embraces the need for a much more holistic discussion about the future of data center and cloud infrastructure that I am sure will help people make better informed decisions.”
Kfir Godrich, Global Head of Technology at BlackRock
‘Free-to-attend’ registration model for qualified end-users of data center technology and services (the “buy-side”) whilst data center advisors and technology and services vendors may apply for a restricted number of “Business Networking Passes”.
Due to the new conference format this year’s event will be restricted to 600 delegates who represent the top decision-makers from companies that run data center-scale infrastructure.
VenueNew York Marriott Marquis
1535 Broadway, New York, NY 10036, United States