December 6 | Los Angeles
Sheraton Gateway Los Angeles Hotel
December 8 | Boston
The Boston Marriott Newton
December 13 | New York
Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel
"Very good information provided and I now have a better understanding of converged architecture"
IT Specialist, Department of Veterans Affairs
"I learned a lot and was inspired to continue down my current path. Very beneficial to anyone who deals with VM & SAN"
Network Administrator, North Central College.
"This was a very good exercise in exposing the current trends and architectures, as well as different viewpoints"
Systems Engineer, Motorola
The Data Center Reset seminar is your guide to addressing the trends causing ‘breaking points’ in your infrastructure. In just ½ day out of the office, independent experts Marc Staimer, Stephen Foskett, and Alastair Cooke (check above to see which expert will be presenting in your city) help you identify your unique infrastructure problems, bottlenecks, and issues. Even more importantly, however, once you’ve identified your current architectures’ abilities and shortcomings, the day’s agenda is carefully crafted to help you select the appropriate way to architect your infrastructure that solves your most pressing problems – whether that means an emerging infrastructure model (such as converged- or software-defined infrastructure) or traditional product infrastructures.
In part one, Compare and Contrast Infrastructures, gain a full understanding of the emergence of data center convergence, and the options your currently have for architecting your data center beyond traditional infrastructures. Compare converged infrastructure, HCI, high performance compute infrastructure, and more in terms of what they truly are, their known shortcomings, and what problems they help solve. This session will help you:
In part two, Next-Gen Storage and Network Infrastructure, our experts review traditional storage and networking architectures, the problems they cause in the data center, and which new tools and architecture paradigms can be used to supplement existing infrastructures in order to avoid simply re-locating your bottlenecks. You will learn why SDN, NFV, and OpenFlow should matter to you, and how they can help solve scale-out issues. This session will help you:
REGISTRATION IS FREE but seating is on a first-come, first-serve basis to ensure an effective learning experience. Register today by calling Jeremy Caci at 617-431-9701 or by completing our quick online registration form.
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