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About This Conference
DatacenterDynamics moves to new London venue to launch the ZettaStructure
The theme for this year’s event is ‘Building the ZettaStructure’; the collective name we are giving the physical layer of hardware, facilities and networks that extend beyond the walls of the traditional data center environment and that together form the foundation of the digital economy.
Restricted to 2,000 invited guests who represent the top decision makers from companies that run data center-scale infrastructure – a scale that even if completely outsourced to the cloud still requires highly evolved IT operations - the conference sets out to explore the ‘borderlands’ between physical infrastructure and the Software-Defined Data Center. The event format has been updated to include morning plenaries featuring some of the biggest names in the industry, followed by pre-lunch seminars, whilst the afternoon gives way to an entirely new format of ‘big discussions’ that will tap the minds of the leaders within the sector.
Sponsors & Exhibitors
Old Billingsgate, London, United Kingdom