27 Sep

Design. Build. Operate

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The data centre sector in the Netherlands is predicted to grow significantly over the next year, both in terms of new build facilities and development of existing infrastructure. It is already established as one of the leading markets when it comes to the implementation of improved efficiency and effectiveness technologies and interest in maintaining high standards in this regard remains undiminished. The impact of the sector’s carbon footprint is particularly relevant given local and Europe-wide issues and government commitments. 

Coupled with the development of physical facility infrastructure, industry professionals are evermore keen to explore a variety of data centre infrastructure models. The development of cloud computing continues to be heavily debated and data centre managers must ensure they are correctly informed as to the best model for their business requirements. The Amsterdam 2011 conference will draw together professionals from across the data centre sector to discuss, through a series of presentations, case studies and round tables, the impact and importance of the latest developments on the data centre industry. 

The conference program is set up along 3 themes, - Design, Build & Operate, Outsourcing Decisions and IT Optimisation: 

Design, Build & Operate 

From site selection and construction through to cooling and power availability, and data centre automation, Design, Build & Operate sessions at DatacenterDynamics are a must attend for any organization intending to build a data centre or running existing facilities.

Outsourcing Decisions

Depending on the size of the enterprise, outsourcing is rarely an all or nothing proposition. The challenge for CIOs, CTOs and data centre management is to decide what it makes sense to outsource and what is so strategic that you must keep it in house, and how to optimise the management of owned data centre infrastructure with capabilities that are in the cloud, at a collocation provider, or with a managed services operation.
 

IT Optimisation

Securing improved IT Optimisation, for example with virtualisation or a private cloud, can help data centre and IT management determine the need for Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-service (PaaS), or Software-as-a-service (SaaS). IT Optimisation themed sessions will provide insight on how IT needs drive data centre strategy and how best to deliver the required infrastructure.  

Who should attend?

DatacenterDynamics Mumbai is specifically designed to fill the knowledge and networking needs for both those responsible for the design, build an operation of IT facilities as well as key IT decision makers responsible for strategic decisions regarding capacity planning and technology investment.

  • Chief Information and Technology Officers
  • Datacenter Facilities Managers and EngineersInformation Technology and Infrastructure Managers
  • Network, Cabling and Communication Engineers and Integrators
  • Architects, Design Build Consultants, and MEP Professionals
  • Datacenter, Commercial Office Space and Operations Staff
  • NOC, SOC and DOC Staff and Managers
  • Server, Storage and Application Administrators
  • C-level executives (Chief Executive Officer / Chief Information Officer / Chief Operating Officer / Chief Financial Officer / Chief Technology Officer)
  • Data Centre Managers and Directors
  • Data Centre Project Managers
  • IT DirectorsIT Project Managers
  • Infrastructure Directors
  • IT Consultants
  • Data Centre Consultants
  • Business Analysts
  • Finance Directors & Managers

 

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