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    Day 1 Design + Strategy & Critical Environment IT + Networks & App to Cloud
     Chaired by: Paul Stathis Chaired by: Nick Parfitt
    09:00 - 09:20 ANZ Market Overview: What are the challenges? What has changed? Where are we heading towards?
    Greg Goode
    National Data Centre Practice Manager - Frame Group
    DatacenterDynamics Intelligence Census 2014
    Nick Parfitt
    Head Analyst, Asia Pacific - DCD Intelligence
    09:25 - 10:00 A look into Data Centre Innovation and Data Centres of the future
    Greg Goode
    National Data Centre Practice Manager - Frame Group
    Bernard Geoghegan
    Managing Director, EMEA and Asia Pacific - Digital Realty
    Peter Kerney
    Enterprise Technical Specialist - Intel Australia
    Virtualising the Datacentre for Fun and Profit
    Tristan Goode
    CEO, OpenStack Board Director - Aptira
    10:00 - 10:35 Prefabricated Data Centre Solutions: The future is here!
    Andrew Kirker
    Pacific Sales Director - Schneider Electric
    Second mover advantage
    Bob Sharon
    Founding CEO - Green Global Solutions
    10:35 - 11:15 MORNING COFFEE BREAK
    11:15 - 11:50 High Temperature Ambient and Fresh Air Cooling of Servers
    Peter Kerney
    Enterprise Technical Specialist - Intel Australia
    David Siroky
    Solutions Consultant Manager – Southern Region - Dell
    Is End-to-End Cyber Security in a dynamic business environment possible and cost-effective?
    Richard Keirstead
    Senior Manager in Information Security - EY
    11:50 - 12:25 Upgrading a Data Centre Beyond its Planned Capacity
    Hayley McLoughlin
    Associate Director - Norman Disney and Young
    Is Big Data leading to Intelligent infrastructure and data centre design and operation, or has it been a product of more confusion
    Vicky Falconer
    Big Data Solutions Lead - Oracle
    12:25 - 13:00 Is it possible to balance safety with efficiency in a data centre?
    Marc Nettleship
    Sales Engineer – Monitoring and Cooling Optimisation - Stulz
    How to achieve true real time, customer specific, self-service style access to monitoring data center energy utilisation, capacity and efficiency including bill-back within a multi-tenant co-location environment.
    Gary Hull
    Director – Australia and New Zealand - Raritan
    Bruce Klimeck
    National Data Centre Operations Manager - Commander
    13:00 - 14:20 NETWORKING LUNCH
    14:20 - 14:55 Increasing efficiency & reliability with energy saving UPS technology: Taking the risk out of ECO modes
    Michael Mallia
    General Manager, ANZ Power Quality - Eaton Industries, Electrical Group
    Focus On SDN: How open-minded should I be about software defined networking?
    Alex Turner
    CEO - Luma Networks
    14:55 - 15:30 Independent power for data centres – A review of international progress in renewable energy, storage and fuel cells
    Andrew Dicks
    Chairman - Australian Institute of Energy
    Travelling to the Cloud: Software is eating the Infrastructure
    Darragh Kennedy
    Head of Cloud Services - Lonely Planet
    15:30 - 16:10 AFTERNOON COFFEE BREAK
    16:10 - 16:50 TGG Panel Isolating the challenges behind energy saving measures when upgrading legacy DC's
    Paul Stathis
    CEO - BICSI South Pacific
    Gus Sabatino
    Data Centre Strategy and Programs – South Pacific - HP Enterprise Services
    Sivakumar Gurusamy
    Application Engineer - Schneider Electric
    Glenn Cole
    Senior Solutions Architect - Dell
    Peter Adcock
    Vice President of Design, Asia Pacific - Digital Realty
    Industry Insight Panel: Adopters of ‘Cloud’ tell all; the triumphs and the malfunctions. Insight from early adopters
    Nick Parfitt
    Head Analyst, Asia Pacific - DCD Intelligence
    Darragh Kennedy
    Head of Cloud Services - Lonely Planet
    Anthony Russo
    Acting Head of IT - OUA
    Greg Goldenberg
    CTO & Managing Director - Gollogic
    16:50 - 17:30 Converged Discussion: What is the lifecycle of a data centre now and how can I protect my investment?
    Paul Stathis
    CEO - BICSI South Pacific
    Bob Sharon
    Founding CEO - Green Global Solutions
    Gordon Paddy
    Data Centre Advisory Specialist - NEXTDC
    Jonathan Price
    Director - Norman Disney & Young


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