Uptime Institute Symposium: Digital Infrastructure Convergence

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The Uptime Institute Symposium 2012 will be held May 14-17 at the Hyatt Regency in Santa Clara, CA.

Digital Infrastructure Convergence is a call to action for IT and facilities management to develop a common language, meaningful metrics, and cross-disciplinary skills to meet  rapidly evolving computing demands.

Data Center Facilities Design and Operation - This track focuses on helping organizations wring every last drop of performance out of their data center infrastructure while minimizing the power, carbon and water used to support the IT load.

Enterprise IT Architecture, Operations and Optimization - This track will focus on the server, storage and network systems management challenges facing today’s IT organizations, as well as the organizational challenges facing many IT departments as boundaries between IT and MEP infrastructure roles begin to blur.

Cloud Computing, Third-Party Colocation and Hosting Management - This track will focus on the practical aspects of cloud implementation: governance, cost, security, and “lessons-learned-so-far” case studies. We will also look at best practices for managing collocation and managed-service provider relationships as well as service-level agreements in this hybrid world.

See the Uptime Symposium website for additional details.

Venue
Santa Clara Convention Center
Santa Clara, CA 95054

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