ON DEMAND WEBINAR
Duration: 1 hour
Migrating your IT assets from your corporate premises to the public cloud made sense—until it didn’t. Costs soared as businesses discovered storing and moving data had become cost centers, draining their operational expense budgets. Moving IT back on-premises poses a challenge to businesses whose facilities aren't typically considered data centers. Edge architecture is about designing and engineering components, chassis, and support structures to fit within unconventional locations. With Vertiv edge infrastructure, you’ll be moving your IT assets back on-premises, but this time they’ll be secure, manageable, responsive, adaptive, powerful, and out of your way.
Join this conversational one-hour webinar with Data Center Knowledge's Scott M. Fulton III and Vertiv’s Martin Olsen to learn about:
- Highly resilient and compact battery technology that keeps systems operational in harsh conditions
- New self-contained cooling systems for installing equipment in unconventional spaces
- Secure in- and out-of-band management for remote access to your edge networks
- Environmental sensor technology that reveals when systems may be susceptible to compromise
- What it means to have a configurable edge system that you can reconfigure and scale
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Scott M. Fulton, Contributing Editor, Data Center Knowledge
Scott is a 33-year veteran journalist, author, and editor for the world's most respected publishers for news, the information technology industry, and education. You can find his byline on some of the world's most respected technology sites, including the ZDNet Scale blog and The New Stack. As a contributor to Data Center Knowledge, Scott provides insightful coverage of news, events, and developments of the design, implementation, and management of large-scale data centers worldwide.
Martin T. Olsen, Vice President of Global Edge and Integrated Solutions, Vertiv
Martin T. Olsen is vice president of global edge and integrated solutions at Vertiv. His focus is on a strategy to deliver integrated physical infrastructure, deployment services, management and orchestration to support cloud computing at the edge of the network using Vertiv solutions. Martin has held leadership roles in infrastructure technology companies in the United States, Germany, Singapore, and Denmark. He holds three U.S. patents in thermal management and has more than 15 years of experience in a global mission-critical data center and infrastructure systems design, innovation, and operation.