Death of the data center: Future-proofing with composability

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Thursday, July 7th, 15:00 EDT

IT, Database, and Cloud leaders in New York City are invited to join this virtual roundtable on “Death of the data center: Future-proofing with composability”.

An expert moderator will guide the knowledge-sharing event, stimulating discussion between participants in a closed, confidential environment. Attendance is by invitation only and complimentary. Registration is limited to a select number of guests per event.

Death of the data center: Future-proofing with composability

Experts widely agree that data center infrastructure strategy must evolve to keep up with public cloud’s agility and efficiency. With workloads becoming more diverse and demanding and data growing faster than ever, service providers need high computation capabilities comparable to public cloud.

The multi-vendor model has caused data to be anywhere but in one place, and distributed computing has become the chosen way. The resulting challenge is twofold: making computing of disparate workloads possible and doing so efficiently, at minimum cost. Fortunately, expertise is readily available to help service providers adopt the speed and flexibility they currently lack.

  • How do service providers build and productize the data center for their future customer who requires high-density compute with the agility of cloud?
  • How do service providers commercially innovate with existing hardware? How quickly and easily can they address unanticipated customer needs?
  • How do service providers keep their customers’ data on-prem, versus moving to the cloud? Where do they need to take their data center over the next five years?

Join leaders interested in discussing the impact of cloud on data center operations.

Job titles may include C-level, VP of Infrastructure, Architect, and other senior decision-makers.

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Thursday, July 7, 2022 15:00
New York City

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