About This Conference
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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!
Focused on assessing risk and managing the security of ever-more distributed mission critical infrastructure and ICT systems
Focused on what’s new in data center design, value engineering and construction methodologies within the emerging data center segments.
Focused on understanding complex capacity issues and data center outsourcing options including sourcing, integration and management of DCaaS, IaaS & PaaS.
Focused on the internal and external data center transit layer from core to edge and the rapidly developing data center interconnect [DCI] eco-system.
Focused on the way in which enterprise end users of third party cloud/colo/IT services provision determine what they need in terms of capacity, location, and flexibility/scalability. This track provides useful insight for enteprise end uers and third-party providers alike.
Focused ‘North of the Rack’ on understanding the impact of compute, network and storage transformation on IT capacity requirements, data center design and architecture.
Sponsors & Exhibitors
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