Registration and continental breakfast
Oct 27 2015
Joe Weinman, Digital Strategist and Author, Independent Consultant
The author of “Cloudonomics” tackles the next stage in the strategic evolution of the true digital enterprise and examines the drivers in both internal enterprise management and external and outsourced service provision.
Eli Scher, CEO, New Continuum Data Centers Grant Richard, Global Engineering, Operations & Provisioning, Goldman Sachs Joe Weinman, Digital Strategist and Author, Independent Consultant Tony Greenberg, Founder & CEO, RampRate
Amaya Souarez, VP, Datacenter Systems & Security, CyrusOne Brian Barrie, Services Project Manager, Panduit John Hatem, SVP, Data Center Design & Construction, CyrusOne Troy Mitchell, Director Integrated Data Center Solutions , Panduit
CyrusOne operates state-of-the-art enterprise data centers for the largest companies in the world. They will discuss their deployment of Environmental Monitoring, Cooling Optimization and Control across their data center footprint for enhanced data center performance. Learn how these technologies have delivered operational efficiencies and cost reductions, as well as improved transparency for management of Service Level Agreements (SLAs).
By invitation only.
The Malaysian government is hosting a private lunch at the event where they’ll discuss the next phase of initiatives to develop Malaysia as a prominent ICT hub within SE Asia by 2020.
There will be a brief presentation before the lunch highlighting the merits of Malaysia as a place to invest, as well as a profile of the Sedenak Iskander Data Hub (SIDH), which is situated 60 kilometres from Singapore. SIDH has steadily gained momentum as an alternate outsourcing destination that encompasses state of the art infrastructure, high capacity power and resilient connectivity.
This informal lunch will have representatives from the government as well as industry leaders which will allow invitees to share their thoughts and discuss the future of ICT infrastructure with each other.
Lunch will be served at 13:40 in room 4a on the 4th floor of the Hilton Chicago.
As today’s organizations become more digitized, they grow fundamentally reliant on their power infrastructures. IT environments have also grown more complex and interconnected, making effective monitoring and management of the power infrastructure more difficult— and more critical. These demands are fuelling the need to move to a next-generation power monitoring service. In particular, one that includes:
Join us to learn about these key requirements and a new next-generation power monitoring solution from Eaton.
By invitation only.
Matt Jayjack, Director of Product, MCIM Michael Dongieux, Principal, MCIM
Chris Crosby, Co-Founder & CEO, Compass Datacenters Mark Monroe, President , Energetic Consulting Mark Thiele, EVP, Data Center Technology, Switch SUPERNAP Rick Schuknecht , Principal , Blackdog Critical Facilities Solutions
In the cloud what should we be doing about an availability standard?