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|08:30 - 09:30||REGISTRATION DESK OPEN & BREAKFAST IS SERVED|
|09:30 - 09:40||
|09:40 - 10:20||
Designing for Demand: Planning for Your Data Centre to Cope with the Variable IT Load Demands of Your Business
Not too long ago data centre and mission critical IT infrastructure were designed for constant loads and steady availability, now they are dynamic – Just like your business.
Participants: Sudhanshu Datt
|10:20 - 11:00||
|11:00 - 11:25||MORNING COFFEE BREAK|
|11:25 - 12:10||
Case study: Portugal Telecom’s Fully Free Cooled Data Centre
A Data Centre designed and constructed from the principle of cogeneration and hydrogen fuel cell, offering the greatest possible energy efficiency benefits through the inclusion of a tri-generation cooling system and through the reduction of energy consumed by cooling altogether. The free-cooling system uses cooling equipment that can be deployed depending on the required temperature levels. Designed to offer Cloud Computing Services with a PUE under 1.11. No raised access floor with Power, Data and Cooling Overhead Distribution. Integration between IT Management Systems and Energy Infrastructure Management Systems.
Participants: Carlos Garcia
Leading the Transformation to Open Data Centres & Cloud Computing
The session intends to engage with enterprises and service providers considering cloud deployments/enhancements. The session would give an overview of IT Challenges, the principles required to architect the cloud, a view into the cloud data centre architecture of the future and how to leverage the Intel Cloud builders program to make it easier to deploy cloud infrastructure based on specific IT usage models
Participants: Ashok Radhakrishnan
|12:10 - 12:50||
Risk and Design of the Corporate Data Centre
Over the last five years many large end-user organisations have built new facilities either as self-build or in conjunction with developers to meet regulations, to de-risk their businesses, and/or to provide further IT capacity. Designing these facilities is often challenging. Standard formats and approaches to design are unusual, views taken on risk, site selection, commercial viability, and technical performance vary widely and can be heavily influenced by the relative strengths of the client’s own internal resource and structure. This session will show, with project examples, approaches to encompassing clients requirements and illustrate methods used to bring designs and projects to a successful conclusion.
Participants: Robert Thorogood
Up in the Air: Is Your Data Safe in the Cloud?
The industry has seen how impactful the cloud has become. With more and more organizations moving important information to the cloud, a simple question can be asked: are they doing it right? While there may not be an concrete answer to this hypothetical, there are best practices that may be implemented in regards to security, SLAs, reliability and profitability. In this session, we will come to grips with the questions your organization needs to ask before moving your mission-critical data and applications to the cloud.
Participants: Vinay Hinge
|12:50 - 13:30||
Critical Power Back Up Source for Data Centres
Participants: Niranjan C
|13:30 - 14:30||BUFFET LUNCH IS SERVED|
|14:30 - 15:10||
DCIM for greater Operational Efficiency, Availability and Energy Savings
Managing a dynamic and complex day center environment has never been this easy. With the right DCIM tools, data center managers have anytime, anywhere access to business intelligence across IT room, building’s electrical power and power quality, facility and data center cooling, and physical security and make quick and informed decisions.
Participants: Supreeth Reddy
Panel Discussion: What are the Factors to be Considered When Building or Moving a Datacenter
Participants: Rahul Neel Mani, Carlos Garcia and Sudhanshu Datt
|15:10 - 15:50||
Everything as-a-service: How Different Cloud Based Offerings are Changing the Data Centre Infrastructure Landscape
Cloud computing has huge implications on everything we do in this industry. Data centres are an important foundational piece to the success of the cloud and clearly will be morphing how and what we think of as a data centre. Emerging infrastructure designs, supply chain dynamics, compute performance, and efficiency metrics and monitoring already are going through transformational changes at a rate never seen before to accommodate lower cost, better sustainability and scale. We now have an unprecedented opportunity to rethink the ecosystem and will have to if we want to continue to grow. This presentation will explore the possibilities in the future that are enabled by the cloud.
Participants: John Barnes
Panel Discussion Continued
Participants: Rahul Neel Mani
Rahul Neel Mani
|15:50 - 16:10||AFTERNOON COFFEE BREAK|
|16:10 - 16:50||
Panel Discussion: Transforming your Data Centre into an Energy Efficient Facility
This panel discussion will examine energy efficiency best practices, design considerations and the latest technologies available
|16:50 - 17:30||
CIO Panel: The Enlightened Organisation - How do Enterprises Organise Operations to Deal with Demand-Based IT and How Does this Impact Data Centre Facilities Management
What is your infrastructure, operations and technology strategies?
|17:30 - 18:30||DELEGATE DRINKS RECEPTION|
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