Federal State Institution "Tax Service" Russian Federal Tax Service
Head of the Directorate of the project to create the data center
This year’s DatacenterDynamics Converged Moscow event, Eastern Europe’s largest event for the data center industry, explored both the adoption of Western “best standards” for designing and building data centers and the revision of existing regulations, some of which date back to 1979.
This year was the 5th year for Converged Moscow, the largest event for the data center industry in Eastern Europe. This year’s speakers included Dmitry Satin from the Russian Federation Ministry for Communications and Mass Media. They also included Sergey Vinogradov from the Federal Tax Authority, Tony Day from Schneider Electric, Martin Carroll from CBRE Data Centers and Greg Sherry from BICSI.
According to Chris Drake from DCD Intelligence, who presented the latest results of DatacenterDynamics’ Industry Census, Russia’s data center sector saw the 5th highest rate of new “white space” growth in 2012 of all the countries covered in the Census. In addition, in 2012 Russia’s sector saw the 3rd highest rate of investment growth. The strongest investment growth related to the deployment of IT optimization technologies.
Russia’s new government-backed IT roadmap sets ambitious targets for the country. By 2018, the value of Russia’s IT industry (based on exports of IT products and services) will have doubled to reach RUB280 billion (US$8.7 billion).
Panel discussions at DCD Converged Moscow revealed that data center operators identify a lack of industry standards as one of the factors which inhibit growth in the data center sector. Other factors include a shortage of skilled engineers and the absence of regulations for ensuring the security of enterprise data “in the Cloud”. The latter is of particular concern to state enterprises which continue to be Russia’s largest consumers of data center services.
Dmitry Satin from the Ministry of Communications and Mass Media initiated a debate on Factors that inhibit development of data center industry in Russia. Addressing the question of what needs to be changed, he suggested that the attention of regulators was required to identify and help to solve key issues.
Alexey Degtyarev from JSC Media Grus announced that a new industry association would be formed in order to facilitate the promotion of new industry standards in Russia. These would relate not only to the design and build aspects of the data center, but also to operations based on best practices in Russia and abroad.
DCD Converged Moscow is a leading event platform where leading Russian and international organizations share their experience, expertise and unique perspectives. This year’s event was the biggest yet, with over 750 attendees including IT Directors, CIOs and other professionals who are involved in steering the future direction of Russia’s IT and data center industry.
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Design, Build, Operate
From site selection and engineering design through to power availability and full data center automation. Data Center standardization as a driver to reduce costs and implement best practices
Cloud computing and Outsourcing Decisions
From colocation to Platform-as-a-Service, from Software-as-a-Service, to building your data centre capacity in the cloud
DCIM and IT Optimisation
Insight on how IT needs drive data centre strategy and how that impacts infrastructure requirements
Innovation technologies and best practices. Forward Thinking.
Is the data center industry experiencing revolution or evolution? Is Russia the next silicon valley? Leading experts and thought leaders will share their views how technology is changing the way how data center industry services are delivered and how it will affect future development
Who should attend?
DatacenterDynamics Moscow 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
• Data center Facilities Managers and Engineers
• Information 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
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