Data Center Management events

How to Make the Move to the Hybrid Cloud
David Strom

Whether public, private, or hybrid – most organization have realized the benefits of cloud computing, however, few have been able to leverage a cloud strategy truly capable of supporting modern apps and workloads. This dinner seminar will help you determine the right mix of on-and off-premises components and dedicated legacy architecture to deliver better services and optimize value.

Register today by calling Jeremy Caci at (617) 431-9701 or completing our quick online registration form.

Dates and Locations

Tampa, FL

Raleigh, NC

San Francisco, CA

Chicago, IL

Burbank, CA

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Transforming to a Hybrid Infrastructure
David Linthicum

Over an upscale dinner, David Linthicum talks about how to architect your infrastructure to be flexible and evolve along with business demands. Choosing which workloads/apps to run on the cloud is not an all-or-nothing proposition. In fact, after so much cloud rhetoric, scaling back cloud usage when/where appropriate, and building out your infrastructure in order to retain apps on-prem, can be equally as compelling, if not more so, than scaling up cloud usage. Learn about architecting your data center to support modern workloads – and how this may or may not include cloud usage depending on the needs of your business.

Register today by calling Jeremy Caci at (617) 431-9701 or completing our quick online registration form.

Dates and Locations

New York, NY

Seattle, WA

Toronto, ON

Chicago, IL

Minneapolis, MN

Phoenix, AZ

Denver, CO

San Francisco, CA

Los Angeles, CA

Washington, DC

Houston, TX

Boston, MA

Atlanta, GA

Free Registration

Modern Server and Storage Infrastructure Marc Staimer

The Modern Server and Storage Infrastructure seminar is a half-day event that will help you understand the emerging server and storage technologies that are transforming the data center, and help you to choose the right infrastructure to support your organizations' business needs. Keynote speaker Marc Staimer, will explore how best to apply these infrastructure options to different application workloads, and the implications of new infrastructure form factors on data center networks.

Register today by calling Sara Cox at (617) 431-9630 or completing our quick online registration form.

Dates and Locations

San Francisco, CA

Dallas, TX

St. Louis, MO

Washington, DC

Philadelphia, PA

London, UK

Seattle, WA

Minneapolis, MN

Paris, FR

Toronto, ON

Raleigh, NC

Sydney, AUS

Boston, MA

New York, NY

Free Registration

Storage Architectures for the Modern Data Center
Howard Marks

Choosing the right enterprise storage array requires navigating a series of choices -- block or file, disk or flash, monolithic or clustered, virtualized or not -- and then matching those requirements with the vendors and products who best match your needs for capacity, cost, and support. This breakfast seminar will help you determine the storage architectures that meet the performance, scalability, and quality of service demands of your organization’s specific workloads.

Register today by calling Jeremy Caci at (617) 431-9701 or completing our quick online registration form.

Dates and Locations

Los Angeles, CA

Denver, CO

London, UK

New York, NY

Free Registration

Modern Infrastructure and Operations: The Next Era of Hybrid Cloud, Virtualization Management, and Containers
Keith Townsend

Keith Townsend, expert in the enterprise virtualization space, leads this two part seminar Modern Infrastructure and Operations: The Next Era of Hybrid Cloud, Virtualization Management, and Containers. Part one is all about optimizing your environment. Townsend identifies factors that drive up costs, including memory, networked storage, and operating system licenses, and most importantly - how to manage them. This information then determines whether it’s necessary to right-size existing deployments or move in to adjacent technologies that replace the hypervisor in order to support modern workloads. In part two, these “adjacent technologies” are detailed as Townsend details the taxonomy of technologies available to complement server virtualization, including the benefits that containers can bring to data management. In just one half-day seminar you will leverage your server virtualization investments, and have strategic steps to reduce virtualization as a line item.

Register today by calling Jeremy Caci at (617) 431-9701 or completing our quick online registration form.

Dates and Locations

Seattle, WA

Boston, MA

Dallas, TX

Atlanta, GA

San Francisco, CA

Free Registration

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Data center management conferences and seminars offer a comprehensive curriculum, and best practices from independent experts for ensuring the functionality and security of the physical building, overseeing major processes and managing your physical-, virtual-, or cloud-based machines. These expert-led events facilitate education, peer-to-peer networking, and vendor interaction that IT pros can use to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of everyday management and operations, and as well as techniques and advice for advancing your organization’s IT environment. Every event guarantees cutting-edge technical advice and practical guidance that can be implemented as soon as you return to the office!

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Shawn Bass is a “Citrix Technology Professional” and a “Microsoft Most Valuable Professional.” He’s been working with Citrix technologies since the WinView product days, and today, most of his clients are Fortune 500 companies (primarily in the financial services and insurance markets).

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