Keeping your new technology initiative from becoming a disaster
While "software-defined" is derided as the latest rehash of the marketecture we have been hearing for the last five years around "server virtualisation," "data centre clouds" and "infrastructure as a service," a case can be made that "software-defined" has some foundation in actual technology capabilities as well as a more substantial business case. Clearly, IT could benefit from innovations that enable infrastructure services to be delivered in a manner that is highly responsive to changing business conditions.
During this free 3-part seminar, expert Jon Toigo -- a veteran IT operative and continuity planner who chairs the Data Management Institute and helms the IT consumer advocacy, Toigo Partners International -- focuses on the latest IT meme, the software-defined data centre, and its promises and pitfalls.
Seminar Learning Objectives Include:
- Understand the various definitions of SDDC, the origins and evolution of the concept and its foundations in physical and virtual computing.
- Develop a business case for software-defined data centres
- Evaluate the resiliency characteristics of software-defined technologies for application hosting, infrastructure services, and storage
- Acknowledge the vulnerabilities of software-defined technologies
- Cultivate a disaster recovery plan to accompany your SDDC plan's execution and operation
Attendance for this seminar is FREE for qualified IT professionals
But seating is limited to just 50 attendees. To claim your complimentary seat, apply online by completing our quick application or by calling Event Manager, Tom Walker at +44 (0)207 186 1430