Duration: 1 hour
Applications already running on edge computing infrastructure of one sort or another and applications that have yet to come pose a lot of questions from the physical data center perspective.
- Does it run in micro-data centers?
- Does it run in colocation facilities?
- Does it run in office IT closets?
- What part of the edge computing infrastructure does the application owner control and operate?
- How is it powered (especially if it’s deployed at the feet of cell towers, where three-phase power is a rare thing)? How is it managed?
Sign up for this DCK webinar to learn about the shape edge computing infrastructure is taking in the data center and what it all means for organizations that have (or will have) applications that need to run at the edge.
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Scott M. Fulton III, Contributor, 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.
Vik Malyala, Senior Vice President of FAE & Business Development, Supermicro
As a Senior Vice President of FAE & Business Development for Supermicro, Vik Malyala manages WW Field Engineering, Solutions & Technology Enablement teams responsible for understanding the large enterprise and service provider customers’ requirements and deploying the optimized solutions that meets their needs. Vik is often on the road driving strategic partner initiatives, customer satisfaction, leading technology & roadmap discussions with leaders of large organizations and strategic customers. Vik in the past has held various senior level Marketing and Engineering roles at Supermicro, Broadcom and Serverworks corporation. Vik holds a MS degree in Electrical Engineering from University of Idaho, USA and a Bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Osmania University, India.