Teladata Convergence Event on Wednesday
Teladata will hold its 2011 Technology Convergence Conference in Santa Clara, Calif. this Wednesday, February 23, in Santa Clara, Calif. The conference will assemble end users and thought leaders from across the country with specialties in IT, facilities, cloud computing, networking and energy efficiency to network and share best practices.
Rich Miller, editor of Data Center Knowledge, will moderate a morning panel on cloud computing titled “Reconciling the Speed of Change Requirements by Cloud Computing for Data Centers.” Panelists include Oliver Deschryver, Distinguished Architect at Yahoo; Tim Crawford, CIO at All Covered; Indu Kodukula, CTO at SunGard Availability Services; and Allan Leinwand, CTO, Operations at Zynga
Attendees can also explore end-user case studies that are applicable to small, medium and large enterprises. Case studies will be presented by some of today’s leading enterprises, including Yahoo!, Microsoft, Intel, Symantec, Fenwick and West LLP, and CSAA.
The full-day conference will feature four separate tracks covering energy-efficiency strategies, converging technologies, solutions for top data center challenges and IT/Facilities strategic planning. The full agenda can be found at Teladata’s site. Registration is still open, but space is limited.
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