DCIM is Foundational to Software – Defined Infrastructures
Speaker: Joe Reele VP, Datacenter Solution Architect
Where: Main Stage
When: July 30th 10:40 AM
Summary: Schneider Electric Data Center Infrastructure Management is emerging as an essential augmentation of the software defined infrastructure (SDI) framework. This session examines integrating the IT stack with facilities infrastructure stack through DCIM, helping transform the data center to the true SDDC -- and a competitive tool for cutting time to market for IT services and improving profitability.
Engineered Solutions for Customer-Defined Architectures
Speaker: Ryan Hansen Director, NAM Technical Solutions
Where: Solution Stage #1
When: July 30th 1:25 PM
Summary: Customer-defined architectures and compressed data center build schedules are driving the need for tailored solutions with increased alignment and coordination. Schneider Electric's engineered to order capabilities bring together customers and value chain members to establish a common understanding of application needs and time line. With these needs defined, tailored solutions can now be deployed to meet the customer’s compressed schedule, while leveraging concurrent engineering activities, and off-site manufacturing.
Managing Convergence of IT, Physical Infrastructure Stacks
Speaker: Don Beaty, Himanshu Patel, and Mark Thiele
Don Beaty, President, DLB Associates
Himanshu Patel, Senior Manager, Strategy Channels and Alliances, Schneider Electric
Mark Thiele, EVP, Data Center Technology, Switch SuperNAP
Where: Main Stage
When: July 31st 9:25 AM
Summary: IT convergence have become better defined, standardized than earlier models. These efforts have transformed the IT landscape, but the need for robust management of the physical infrastructure in close concert with IT convergence has remained elusive. New converged IT and physical infrastructure tools have also evolved. Now, pre-designed solutions can minimize both time-to-market and risk -- plus simplify your life.
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