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Leadership Roundtables to explore rapidly evolving data centers for CDN, IoT, mobility, September 25, Dallas at DCD>Colo + Cloud
About This Conference
DCD >Colo + Cloud is the global IT business and technology leadership forum for those who offer 3rd-party hosting, colo, telco, cloud data center, and managed services provision.
The opportunity for those investing in and supplying technology to this third-party IT services market is huge.
To accommodate the explosion in cloud capacity, colos are stepping up to offer space while also continuing to service enterprise data center requirements. At the edge, telcos look set to clean up with their extensive interconnects and access to mobile devices.
To find out which technologies will make the difference join us in Dallas for 30+ hours of pre-conference tutorials and workshops, high-level briefings, and 'Big Discussions' and thought-leadership conference programing.
Attendance is free to pre-qualified infrastructure technology and business management executives and operational professionals who apply before August 4, 2017.
WHAT IS AN OCP ENGINEERING WORKSHOP?
OCP Engineering Workshops are working sessions that are technical in nature and are designed to allow the OCP Project Communities to come together to work on the goals and set the direction of each project as it supports the mission and vision of the OCP Foundation. These Engineering Workshops are designed to encourage, empower, and inspire the OCP community to communicate, collaborate and contribute!
The goals of these workshops include:
- Increase community participation and stickiness.
- Increase the OCP technology portfolio; depth and breadth of specifications and charters.
- Drive the product-ionization of OCP’s specifications.
- Solidify specification versioning pipeline, release process, naming conventions.
- Take into account/understand the suppliers needs and OCP partners needs
- Implementation of OCP’s legal framework (CLA and OCPHLs).
- Building out/addressing technologies for new sectors.
To book your place, please apply here
Monday, September 25, Fairmont Dallas
Registration/Luncheon Keynote (11:30am – 12:45pm)
Roundtables (1:00pm to 5:30pm, followed by DCD>Colo+Cloud Welcome Reception)
The “big three” of digital transformation today, Content Delivery (streaming, interactive), IoT (in the broadest “Everything” sense and Mobile Devices (5G, IPv6) are driving massive new data streams for network edge compute. The IT infrastructure stack layers are being designed in radical new ways to meet this exponentially growing new demand. And so, too, are the physical mechanical and electrical infrastructure system designs being challenged. There more variants in edge compute data center design/builds today as there were variants in the entire mission critical industry of a very few years ago.
This by-application-only series of thought-leader delegate roundtable conversations is for senior executives and engineering/technology professionals from the full-stack data center and cloud end-user eco-system communities looking to better understand the challenges and opportunities on the high-velocity edge of business and industry change.
CONNECT, COLLABORATE AND CREATE
WHAT IS THE DCD EXECUTIVE CLUB?
Here at the DatacenterDynamics Executive Club we build community. By carefully curating a schedule of exclusive content sessions and creating an environment that enhances peer to peer connections, Rose Crowhurst, our dedicated VIP manager is working to foster our VIP network that will elevate your conference experience above the normcore.
The Executive Club is a hub for our senior creative and entrepreneurial patrons to come together to meet, exchange ideas and participate in a range of varied conference gatherings, whilst gaining the latest insight in cutting edge technologies and updates on the urgent issues shaping the datacentre industry.
We are very excited to announce a pre-conference 18 holes golf challenge - network with your peers whilst playing golf! Sponsored by RagingWire.
This will be taking place at Stevens Park Golf Course on September 25. If you would like to join or want more information contact Kurtis Friesen.
The increase in organizational dependence on IT infrastructure is continually changing the data center market. The “Growth + Investment” track at DCD >Colo + Cloud, powered by datacenterHawk, will ensure audience members grasp the changes relating to data center industry growth and trends seen in today’s market.
“The dilemma for all IT organizations is not whether to change the way they do things, but which of the new paths to take. [This] conference programme embraces the need for a much more holistic discussion about the future of data center and cloud infrastructure that I am sure will help people make better informed decisions.”
Kfir Godrich, Global Head of Technology at BlackRock
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Fairmont Dallas, North Akard Street, Dallas, TX, United States
Register For This Event
QUALIFIED END USER*
*Free registration for qualified applicants ends July 14, or when 'free' allocation is filled. A registration fee of $995 applies to all end-user delegate registrations thereafter.
QUALIFYING CRITERIA FOR END USER DELEGATE STATUS:
1) Your company is an operator of:
a)Private, on‐premise data center
b)Multi‐tenant colocation data center
c)Internet host, telecom provider, carrier hotel
2) You, as an individual, are directly engaged, as a management or technical professional in planning, strategy, systems design, sourcing, purchasing, procurement, adoption, implementation, integration and operations of an IT organization, data center or cloud services.
[Individuals with business development/marketing/sales titles or job responsibilities representing vendors and industry supplier/service provider firms do not qualify for an end user pass, and should not apply here. Please see BUSINESS NETWORKING DELEGATE REGISTRATION.]
QUALIFYING CRITERIA FOR VIP DELEGATE STATUS:
VIP entry is normally via invitation only and you should have received correspondence from DCD’s VIP manager. If you have not received this would like to apply for VIP entry then please contact email@example.com who will be delighted to offer further clarification.
PROFESSIONAL ADVISOR PASS*
DCD provide a significant allocation of FREE Professional Advisor Passes to qualifying individuals (see below). Once this allocation is filled individuals will be required to purchase a Business Networking Pass.
QUALIFYING CRITERIA FOR SPECIAL ADVISOR PASSES:
To qualify as a Consultant/Advisor/Contractor, your firm may NOT be engaged in, or earn revenues directly from, the selling or reselling of any products as a dealer, distributor or value-adder.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Only one engineering/technical professional with management title/responsibility from each A/E consultancy/advisory firm may qualify for a complimentary delegate registration. All others from the same firm must register as BUSINESS NETWORKING or through the PROFESSIONAL ADVISOR sponsorship plan at the appropriate fee.
BUSINESS NETWORKING PASS*
*Early bird offer ends August 4 - Registration fee of $1,750.00 applies thereafter
QUALIFYING CRITERIA FOR BUSINESS NETWORKING STATUS:
If your organization provides business, technology or advisory services to the data center sector and you, as an individual work in a senior management, marketing or business development role, a controled number of fee-based delegate passes are now available.
Credit card payment will be required pending your qualifying to attend. If, upon review, you are not accepted as a delegate, your card will be credited back in full.
If you have questions about our Business Networking Pass policy or multiple ticket requirements, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.