20 Jun

Design. Build. Operate

Key topics:

 

After a lull in data centre activity last year, the Australian data centre market began 2011 with renewed activity in new builds and the implementation of ground-breaking solutions in numerous cities across Australia. Major global and local players have invested heavily in colocation facilities, which represent a bullish trend towards corporations divesting sections of their IT infrastructure to third-party providers and is evidence of the growing confidence in cloud-based solutions offering software, platform, and infrastructure alternatives as-a-service as a viable and business IT option.
 
Driven by the challenge of ensuring the right IT infrastructure mix, data centre managers, IT professionals and CIO’s alike need to come together to develop the best strategies to ensure resilience, efficiency and reliability whilst migrating and consolidating IT services to new and outsourced facilities.
 
In our second year, DatacenterDynamics Sydney 2011 will showcase innovative projects in Australia and leading experts and technologists from around the region and the world. Some of the issues covered will include; 
 

• Best practices and methodology for energy and cost-efficient data centre operations.

• Overcoming hurdles relating to the execution of consolidation, and green and brownfield projects.

• The challenges of streamlining mission-critical IT services to outsourced environments

• Building and executing data centre strategies that meet your business requirements and understanding the short, medium and long-term impacts of your decisions. 

• Everything-as-a-Service: What are the value propositions of the different outsourcing models? From wholesale to retail collocation, from platform specific services (PaaS) to software-as-a-service and the cloud - how do you model economic benefits against risk?  

• Supplier management & SLAs: Outsourcing your data centre requirements to a third party and still retaining control. How to choose the right partner, negotiate the right contract, and manage the perfect relationship.

 Hybrid strategies: For most companies a mixed model of in-house and outsourced solutions is a reality, but how do you balance your future capacity requirements with infrastructure availability and redundancy whilst ensuring the best mean time to market? 

 Energy efficient IT infrastructure or ‘green IT’: What are the benefits of migrating to next-generation low-energy multi-core microprocessor technology? How will your organisation take advantage of converged computing and how will that change the hardware profile of your data centre? 

• The virtualisation technology roadmap: Where next? Virtualisation is moving beyond the server in storage and networking virtualisation. Which technologies are ready for deployment and what impact will this have on your data centre topology? 

• From the core to the edge to the backbone: Meeting your next networking challenge: Unravelling the complexity of network fabric infrastructure and understanding how 10, 40 and even 100GB networks are being deployed to cope with the application-driven latency demands for ever-greater speed, performance, and capacity. 
 
 

Content tracks that tackle the strategic, tactical, and operational challenges within any data centre project lifecycle

In recognition of trends and the direction that the data centre industry is moving, all of our conferences across our 45 global locations will address the strategic, tactical and operational issues to equip our delegates with the knowledge and networking necessary for an holistic understanding of the challenges ahead.

 

Design, Build, Operate

Design, Build, Operate is our longest running conference theme and focuses on every part of the mission-critical facility lifecycle. From site selection and engineering design through to power availability and full data centre automation; these are must-attend sessions for any organisation embarking on a new data centre project or operating existing facilities.

 
Outsourcing Decisions

For every decision to build a data centre there is one to outsource. From collocation to Platform-as-a-Service, from Software-as-a-Service, to building your data centre capacity in the cloud, what are the options most appropriate to your organisation? This conference theme explores an enterprise’s strategic options for data centre outsourcing, weighing up the economic benefits, the risks and the performance characteristics against those of doing it yourself.

 
IT Optimisation

The efficiency of the facility is only half the equation – optimising all the systems that run within it is crucial: from processing to storage, to network to application. The ITO conference stream provides insight on how IT needs drive data centre strategy and how that impacts infrastructure requirements.   

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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