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Data centers fly up into the Canadian cloud
Clean cheap power, data sovereignty, fiber all mark DCD’s annual all-Canada IT and cloud transformation event in Toronto this Fall
Exploding cloud myths at DCD Canada
All-Canada data center & cloud transformation conference challenges low adoption to high innovation delta
World’s most valuable data center event now free…
The global networking event for the data center and cloud infrastructure community, is introducing a ‘free-to-attend by invitation’ model to help spread big ideas
About This Conference
News Alert: All DCD events have moved to a 'free-to-attend by invitation'
attendance model for qualifed end-users... Find out more here!
DCD Canada and the Cloud Symposium bring together business and technology executives, managers and technical professionals responsible for the IT, data centre and cloud services infrastructure required by the business – whether on-premise, multi-tenant colocation and cloud services – private, public, hybrid or multi.
The DCD Canada Conference is co-hosted by the Toronto Cloud Business Coalition’s (TCBC) Cloud Symposium
Join our industry experts at DCD Canada who will explore the next-generation IT foundation technologies and application workload-optimised, software-defined data centre required to deliver IoT, mobile, streaming/interactive content and big data/analytics required for digital enterprise transformation.
Discover how a mix of cloud environments increasingly drive data centre strategy from production right through to the delivery of services. Delegates gain insight on how to drive costs down and out of the IT and data centre infrastructure, reduce risk, and quicken time-to-market agility and pace.
Through 20+ hours of expert panels, keynote presentations, interactive workshops, not to mention an expo hall showcasing 50 of the leading technology suppliers -- This really is the Canadian data centre and cloud market event not to be missed! In one business day you will network, learn and share your way to a more decisive 2016!
Tuesday, 11 October | 2.00pm to 6.00pm
Stakeholder interest in IoT has already led to the creation of the IoT Coalition Canada (IoTCC), a community group managed by InsightaaS that unites buy-side executives, vendors of many different types of products and services, leading academics and other experts in the co-creation of Canadian-based IoT Best Practices.
InsightaaS has partnered with DCD to create a pre-conference bootcamp focused on IoT in which groups will work through IoT-related scenarios to understand the connections between industry use cases and core IoT technologies, and between IoT-enabled advantages and Canadian business opportunities.
HOW TO DIAGNOSE YOUR DATA CENTER OPERATIONS PROGRAM
Is your data center fit & trim? Or bleeding internally?
What shape is your data center operation in? Critical facilities require periodic “physicals” to ensure and optimize performance health. This half-day workshop for data center infrastructure and operations management will provide a guide and checklist to aid managers in developing a formal evaluation, discovery and diagnosis of the operations program. This short-course will enable managers and key staff both to recognize achievement and identify items of immediate concern in the data center operations program. This workshop is equally applicable to ops managers of enterprise data centers, as well as hosting, colocation and cloud-services data centers, and managed services providers.
To help kick-start the process of change we have published a 20-page guide of what we will think will be the big discussions in 2016.
These discussions will be lived out at DatacenterDynamics events around the world. Your industry needs you to participate and to share; be at the table not on the menu.
- BRUCE TAYLOR
105 Princes' Blvd, Toronto, ON, Canada