DatacenterDynamics Converged Seattle is THE data center industry event in the Pacific Northwest. Join us to learn the latest strategies and best practices from leading end users and cloud-scale data center operators at the region’s must-attend event.
Seattle continues to be a major market for the data center industry, and the all-important gateway to Asia. Some of the smartest companies in the world, who could have located their data centers anywhere else, chose Seattle. Why? With abundant and inexpensive hydropower, generous tax incentives, and a world-class workforce, Seattle has much to offer. The level of innovation here is high. The brainpower is tremendous. There are many reasons why Seattle plays such a critical role in the Pacific Northwest region, and at this year’s Converged Seattle, we’ll examine them in depth.
Despite all the positives, the region does present some unique challenges. Environmental issues are a perennial concern, and knowing how to work effectively with local regulators and utilities are essential to success in the Pacific Northwest. What do you need to know?
This year we’ll present an agenda jam-packed with case studies from end users and industry luminaries, lively panel discussions, and great keynote speakers. We’ll focus on such key topics as software defined networking, DCIM, energy implications in cloud-scale operations, next-generation modular data centers, and much more. We’re very excited about DCD Converged Seattle 2013 and look forward to seeing you there!
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Datacenter Dynamics Converged Seattle is the most important gathering of data center industry leaders in the Pacific Northwest, bringing together:
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You will therefore need to have a recent version of Adobe Flash Player installed on your computer in order to view them (Google Chrome Users need not worry about this, as it's pre-built-in). Although we now endeavour to record all presentations in this format, occasionally - for technical reasons beyond our control - it is not possible to fully capture all sessions; in such cases you will only be able to view a PDF.
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