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Businesses are seeing the big benefits of delivering data closer to the user. As a result the modern data center has become a lot more distributed. We have a hybrid landscape of traditional data centers with remote data center locations and co-locations. These new emerging digital outposts create new challenges, including data utilization growth, increased reliance in data center systems, and new requirements around uptime and management. How do you overcome these challenges while sustaining capacity and operational efficiency?
Join Data Center Knowledge contributor Bill Kleyman and Packet’s Adam Rothschild as they discuss:
- Key trends around data center and distributed environments
- Leveraging next-gen management solutions for control, capacity management, remote access, and power consumption
- Network considerations, including out-of-band access and bandwidth requirements
- Power capacity needs, including remote monitoring
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Bill Kleyman is an enthusiastic technologist with experience in data center design, management, and deployment. His architecture work includes large virtualization and cloud deployments as well as business network design and implementation. As Chief Technology Officer at MTM Technologies, he interacts with enterprise organizations and helps align IT strategies with direct business goals. He also publishes freelance whitepapers, articles, podcasts, and blogs around data center, cloud, security, and infrastructure management topics.
Adam Rothschild is Packet’s Senior Vice President of Network and Datacenter Infrastructure; he is responsible for all facets of the company’s next-generation infrastructure strategy and engineering. Adam was previously a member of Voxel dot Net’s founding technical team, where he served as Vice President of Network Architecture. Following Voxel’s sale to Internap in 2011, he held several leadership positions at Internap, and was most recently Senior Manager of Network Architecture and Product Development. Adam is an active participant in industry fora, and donates time and resources to various technical organizations such as Community IX. When he’s not working, Adam has a passion for photography, eating and learning to prepare sushi and Korean barbecue, and raising two shelter cats. Adam avoids social media like the plague, though he maintains minimalist Facebook and LinkedIn profiles, if you’re lucky enough to find them. He studied Computer Engineering at the University of Maryland in College Park.