Open-source comes to the data center. Cloud Infrastructure and operating system convergence are driving costs down; and boosting time-to-market speed, agility, scalability and efficiency. IT sourcing, procurement and provisioning benefit by becoming more transparent with less friction. Is this Disruptive or evolutionary? Necessary? Inevitable? If so, how ready, today, is your enterprise? Where are you on the journey to openness? What direction do you intend to take?
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Mar 17 2015
Kevin Sanders, VP, Data Center Facilities Consulting, HP
What do current technology roadmaps and trends tell us about what your IT and data center infrastructure will be? What would be on your wish list? We’ll look at each of the major infrastructure areas: network, server, storage, power, cooling, convergence, and cloud. Who knows, you may and give best guesses at what would be the winning designs and strategies. Where will you put your money?
Design + Strategy
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Rhonda Vetere, CTO, The Estée Lauder Companies
Estee Lauder is a $26.4B fashion and cosmetics behemoth, ranked the 15th most- innovative and the 100th most valuable global brand by Forbes (2013). This tech chief manages by the data, adjusting processes and aligning business with technology to meet to far-flung requirements. She shares innovation strategies and the opportunities for IT professionals to embrace change and expand their capabilities. Her bottom line? Technology leadership is all about the people.
IT + Networks
Best practices for planning and executing a consolidation today have changed. While having the right team, plan and process are still essential, new approaches to the secondary market for legacy equipment and implementation of cloud and virtual environments is making Opex and Capex goals more achievable. The challenge comes in coordinating these new elements to maximize total return on IT investments.