Datacentre Transformation Conference
The modern datacentre is transforming, impacted by efficiency demands, new design concepts, legislation and IT innovation, solutions that worked yesterday can soon be rendered uncompetitive or even obsolete.
The Data Centre Transformation Conference is held in conjunction with the Data Centre Alliance together with the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Leeds and Datacentre Solutions Magazine.
Targeted at a technically biased audience drawn from the public, private and academic sectors (with associated delegate rates) delegates will hear talks on the current thinking from a broad base of speakers including renowned data centre professionals and leading suppliers in the industry. Topics include:
- Energy efficient components and systems (hardware and software)
- Minimisation of greenhouse gas emissions (including heat reuse and smart grids)
- Integrated Data Centre systems (making better use of IPMI)
- Metrics and standards
- Data Centre components and systems lifecycles
- Engaging with and educating policymakers and the public
- How growth in consolidation, cloud, virtualisation and storage will affect data centres
- Energy efficient data centres
- Managing perimeter security and access control
- Data Centre Operational Management and control
There will be plenty of time for delegate networking and face time with sponsors, and you can also attend the gala dinner in the evening.
Registration: Visit our website and register soon because there are only a limited number of conference tickets available. (http://dtconference.com/register)
Contact: Carly Stephens, 01923 690 200 or firstname.lastname@example.org