IDC Datacenter Transformation Roadshow 2015

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IDC Datacenter Transformation Roadshow 2015

Budapest, May 28, 2015

Overview

More change has occurred in IT infrastructure and in datacenter facilities in the last four years than in the previous 20. For many organizations, the datacenter is increasingly a technology anchor, weighing the business down with constantly rising OPEX, staffing and location concerns, and holding back potential adoption of strategies, solutions, and technologies that could seriously improve how your IT is delivered. From the myth of the "cheap datacenter" to the increasing need for an always-on availability, it's beginning to seem like the most promising aspects of datacenter ownership – or even maintenance – have a diminishing case for viability.

Our 2015 series focused on datacenters will discuss the current trends in architecting, sourcing, operating, and optimizing the enterprise datacenter and will reveal what the future holds for this formerly hyped infrastructure must-have, and how it fits into the 3rd Platform. Key industry players and decision makers will examine the essential features of the next-generation datacenter, and share knowledge about everything from the rise of automation and holistic ownership strategy to the software-defined datacenter, "pulse stacking", and potential for business enablement.

 

Key Benefits:

  • Introductory on-site 1-2-1 meetings facilitated for Platinum and Gold Partners
  • VIP breakfast or lunch organized for Platinum Partners
  • CEE Cloud Trends workshop to give Platinum Partners a head-start preparing for the event
  • Focused discussions to assess opportunities during IDC Connect
  • 180 minutes of informal networking during registration, coffee breaks, and lunch    

Who Should Attend

  • IT directors and managers
  • Technical and operation managers
  • IT infrastructure managers
  • Storage and facility managers
  • Disaster recovery and business continuity managers
  • Facility managers
  • Purchase managers
  • Smart-City/Smart-Building Managers/Developers

Key Themes:

  • Key trends in DC and cloud computing
  • Balancing internal and external DC
  • Collocation, hosting, managed hosting
  • Datacenter automation and performance management
  • Cloud implementation and change management
  • Protection and migration of physical, virtual, and cloud infrastructure
  • Efficiency, reliability, cost optimization
  • TCO comparison with traditional delivery
  • Convergence of physical and IT infrastructure management
  • Software-defined datacenter
  • Captive datacenters
  • Data privacy, legal, and regulatory issues 

Agenda

Time Event Speakers
08:30

Registration and Morning Coffee/Tea

09:00

Welcome Note

Zoltán Komáromi
Senior Research Manager IDC CEE, Country Manager IDC Hungary
09:05

IDC Key-note Presentation: Key Trends in Datacenter Transformation

Bence Bagi
Research Analyst, Systems & Infrastructure Solutions, Hungary
09:30

Ensuring the Always-on Availability in Modern Datacenters

Mátyás Keszler
Territory Manager, Veeam Software

The subject of the presentation will be to introduce the new Veeam® Backup & Replication™, a solution, that leverages server virtualization, modern storage applications, and cloud-based services to provide Availability for the Modern Data Center™ and deliver RPOs and RTOs (RPTO™) of <15 minutes for ALL applications. Veeam provides fast, flexible, and reliable recovery of virtualized applications and data, unifying backup and replication in a single solution for VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V virtual environments. In case you are interested how Veeam became the best of breed solution for vitualization backup, and why he is saying that the solution is powerful, easy to use and affordable please consider to participate into this presentation.

09:55

StruxureWare for Data Centers - The Integrated DCIM Solution

Attila Szarka
Business Develompment Manager, Data Center Solutions Schneider Electric IT Business, Central East Europe & Israel
Although more and more DCIM solution is used in the data center management, the not or not properly integrated software applications can prevent maximizing the benefits. Fast ROI and immediate benefits can be achieved without integration. Practical experience shows however, that a well-designed software integration strategy can further increase the operational efficiency, and maximize the return of investment. Schneider Electric helps its partners and customers not only in the installation of the market leading StruxreWare for Data Centers DCIM package, but also designing and implementing the integration of it into existing environments.
10:20

Coffee-break

10:45

How to be, or not to be…

Ákos Deliága
Business Development Lead, Data Center Facilities ConsultingLead for Criticl Facility Services, CEE, HP

We’re used to the rapid development in IT technology and that every year new amazing products are introduced. Nowadays three technology trends promise total disruption to all currently operating companies – or the ones who fail to adapt may disappear. Big Data, 3D printing and the sharing economy will radically change the economy and it may be already too late to prepare. We’ll present the expected effects of these trends on data center facilities and we’ll explain the considerations a responsible CEO should consider regarding the IT Strategy. Naturally one size doesn’t fit all, but the considerations we’ll explain are valid for everyone, which is underlined by the recent cloud market research professionally supervised by the Data Center and Cloud workgroup at the Hungarian Association of ICT Companies.

11:10

DevOps Approach

Péter Csizsek
Software Developer, Prezi
11:35

Moderated Panel Discussion with The Participation of the Speakers

12:05

Sandwich Lunch

13:00

13:00-14:20
IDC Connect: Moderated and Interactive Round Table Discussions about Datacenter Transformation (Parallel Sessions)

Please use the select box below to browse through the sessions.

13:00 - 14:20

Hybrid Solutions in the Datacenter

13:00 - 14:20

Before The Explosion: Software Defined Storage and Openstock

13:00 - 14:20

DevOps: The New Generation of Operations?

13:10 - 14:25

Physical Infrastructure: Energy- and Cost-efficient At The Same Time?

14:20

Closing Ramarks

General Information

Date

28th May 2015, Thursday, from 08:30

Venue

Hotel Novotel Centrum, 1088, Budapest, Rákóczi út 43-45.

Conference language

The connference will be conducted in Hungarian

Delegate fee

    • For governmental institutions and end-user companies:
      free of charge (registration is required)

    • For the Media:
      exclusively with preliminary accreditation of IDC Hungary

    • For ICT vendors in sales position and consultancy companies:
      180.-EUR/pax+27%VAT (registration is required)

      Registration fee includes conference participation, documentation and meals but does not cover parking fee.

Cancellations

Cancellation is permitted only in writing, at least 5 working days before the event. In case of cancellation within 5 days before the event, the participant is obligated to pay the whole admission fee.

Dress code

Business formal

Other

We reserve the right of refusal to registration and the modification of the program.

Partners

Gold Partner(s)

Silver Partner(s)

Exhibition Partner(s)

Professional Partner(s)

Media Partner(s)

Proceedings

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Contacts

Szabolcs Uveges

Senior Conference Manager

+36 209 674 428

Gabor Fauszt

Country Manager, CEE Regional Account Manager

+36 205 736 317

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