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    Making the Data Center Talk - Panel at DCD NYC Mar 12, 2013

    Datacenter Dynamics NYC Mar 13, 2013 has a panel that you should stick around for.

    PANEL: MAKING THE DATA CENTER TALK - DCIM EVOLUTION AND IMPLEMENTATION

     

     

    At its core the purpose of Data Centre Infrastructure Management is to provide a more thorough view of the operations that drive DC costs and functionality. Hardly surprising then that the market has seen an explosion in DCIM solutions coming to market. However, has this resulted in a catch-all term that creates confusion rather than clarity? Has the end-user been left behind as vendors find ever more classes solutions, metrics and monitoring? Our panel of seasoned experts will draw on their wealth of experience to clarify what DCIM really is and how you can gain a substantial ROI with the right strategy.

     

    Tamara Budec
    Vice President Critical Systems and Engineering Americas, Goldman Sachs

    Chris Crosby
    CEO, Compass Datacenters

    Nic Bustamante
    Manager of Data Center Operations Engineering, Microsoft

    Glen Neville
    Director of Engineering, Deutsche Bank

    Paul Fox
    Executive Director of Enterprise Data Centers Operations & Engineering, Morgan Stanley

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