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About This Conference
Welcome to DCD>Webscale, the international event for professionals involved in the design and delivery of hyperscale digital infrastructure that supports the zetta-byte economy.
DCD>Webscale is a full-throttle, full-stack infrastructure ecosystem strategy and operations (StratOps) conference. We call it Mud to Cloud. Hyperscalers set the tone for both the physical and logical data center. What is innovated , developed and perfected in the internet- and cloud-first universe will be soon be adapted to the other two classes: enterprise and multi-tenant lease, hosting, colocation managed services.
This digital infra universe is increasingly open-sourced, workload-centric, devops-tuned, software-defined, network-edged, hyper-converged, data-driven. And it’s moving inexorably forward toward the true intelligent, autonomous, lights-out, commoditized data center.
This conference is designed for senior executives and technical teams responsible for the design, build, manage and operate to deliver on the high-velocity business demands in the zettabyte era. With 40+ hours of thought-leading presentations, panels, keynotes, lightening rounds, solutions briefings, ‘big discussions,’ and lunch-and-learn sessions, DCD>Webscale packs a punch.
Registration is complimentary exclusively to qualified end-users applying before May 1, 2017.
Monday, June 19, Marriott Marquis
9:30 am to 1:00 pm
Infrastructure Masons is a new industry association where professionals connect, grow and give back. To support this strategy, they hold working sessions with members to tackle topics that are important to the group. iMasons will be holding their next local meeting in conjunction with the Datacenter Dynamics Webscale conference in San Francisco, CA.
Monday, June 19, Marriott Marquis
1:00 pm to 5:30 pm
The digital transformation of the global economy is inextricably interdependent upon the digital infrastructure transformation of power utilities and the data center. No challenge of the near future will likely be greater than that of meeting the escalating, always-on demand for power and its resiliency, security, efficiency and carbon reduction (still a 50% green target by 2025?).
This by-invitation series of thought-leader conversations is for senior executives, and top power systems technologists, engineers and design/build professionals for both utilities and data centers.
Monday, June 19, Marriott Marquis, 1.00pm-5.30pm
Without the right talent, who will build and sustain our cities?
This tutorial’s expert guests bring valuable perspectives and share pragmatic, fresh approaches to public/private partnerships. The focus is on digital transformation that creates an environment for a dynamic workforce that ensures businesses and cities can thrive (and are not left behind).
8x8 inc | 910Telecom | A100 US LLC. | Alibaba | Aligned Data Centers | AMSIX-USA | Anthesis | Apple, Inc. | Arbor Networks | Arch Mortgage Insurance | Arup | AT-PD, Inc. | AT&T | Autodesk, Inc. | Backblaze Inc | Baidu | Bank of America | Merrill Lynch | Bank of the West | Banner Health | Barefoot Networks | Barracuda Networks Inc. | BASELAYER Technology, LLC | Basic Solutions Corp | BASS | BE Labs | Bebo | Big Switch Networks | Blackline Systems | BladeRoom USA | Box, Inc. | Brilliant Animation | Business Sweden | CableONE | California Dept of Technology | CallidusCloud | Canaccord Genuity | Carlson Walbridge Group | Carousel Industries | Cascade Mission Critical, LLC | Cavium | CBRE | CBS Interactive......
“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
In 2016 nearly 1,000 senior professionals iinvloved in the design and operation of hyperscale infrastructure attended our event in at the San Jose Convention Center. Download the show guide to see what drew them in and why you shouldn't miss this year's conference.
Top 5 reasons for attending
1. To keep up-to-date
2. To network with peers
3. To evaluate new suppliers
4. To gain business advantage
5. For the conference programme
VenueSan Francisco Marriott Marquis
780 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA, United States
Register For This Event
PROFESSIONAL ADVISOR PASS
EARLY BIRD OFFER ENDS MAY 1st 2017
Or when allocation of 200 passes filled (see below)
DCD provide a significant allocation of FREE Professional Advisor Passes to qualifying individuals (see below). Once this allocation is filled individuals will be required to purchase a Business Networking Pass.
QUALIFYING CRITERIA FOR SPECIAL ADVISOR PASSES:
To qualify as a Consultant/Advisor/Contractor, your firm may NOT be engaged in, or earn revenues directly from, the selling or reselling of any products as a dealer, distributor or value-adder.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Only one engineering/technical professional with management title/responsibility from each A/E consultancy/advisory firm may qualify for a complimentary delegate registration. All others from the same firm must register as BUSINESS NETWORKING or through the PROFESSIONAL ADVISOR sponsorship plan at the appropriate fee.
QUALIFIED END-USER PASS
EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION ENDS MAY 1st 2017
Registration fee of $795.00 applies thereafter
QUALIFYING CRITERIA FOR END USER DELEGATE STATUS:
1. Your company is an IT enterprise end‐user of and/or an owner operator of:
a) Private, on‐premise data center
b) Multi‐tenant colocation data center
c) Internet host, telecom provider, carrier hotel
d) Cloud IaaS/PaaS
2. You, as an individual, are directly engaged, as a management or technical professional in planning, strategy, systems design, sourcing, purchasing, procurement, adoption, implementation, integration and operations of an IT organization, data center or cloud services.
[Individuals with business development/marketing/sales titles or job responsibilities representing vendors and industry supplier/service provider firms ‐‐ including multi-tenant colo and cloud services providers that are not sponsors of this event ‐‐ do not qualify for an end user pass, and should not apply here. Please see BUSINESS NETWORKING DELEGATE REGISTRATION.]
BUSINESS NETWORKING PASS
EARLY BIRD OFFER ENDS MAY 1st 2017
Registration fee of $1,250.00 applies thereafter
QUALIFYING CRITERIA FOR BUSINESS NETWORKING STATUS:
If your organization provides business, technology or advisory services to the data center sector and you, as an individual work in a senior management, marketing or business development role, a controled number of fee-based delegate passes are now available.
(IMPORTANT NOTE: Individuals with sales titles do not qualify to register for delegate passes, unless as part of a Sponsorship plan, and will not be accepted).
Credit card payment will be required pending your qualifying to attend. If, upon review, you are not accepted as a delegate, your card will be credited back in full.
If you have questions about our Business Networking Pass policy or multiple ticket requirements, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org