About This Conference
Europe's most anticipated digital infrastructure transformation event
Digital infrastructure underpins our hyperconnected world. The continuous growth in cloud demand and IoT technologies, which are mission-critical for the digital business, is set to dramatically transform data center architectures in 2017 and beyond. With the growth of hybrid IT, ownership of IT infrastructure is radically shifting, disrupting business models and the ecosystems of digital infrastructure providers, moving us towards the serverless data center of the future.
This year’s conference content will explore the bleeding-edge of innovation from the prism of autonomous vehicles that stretch the notion of latency to the impact of AI and machine learning that's set to become mainstream, to topics of open compute, edge, energy efficiency and upgrading and retrofitting current infrastructure in support of hybrid IT environments.
The event brings together the full ecosystem of operators, technology specialists and end-users helping them make informed technology decisions in a dynamic digital infrastructure landscape.
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 understanding the journey towards the true software defined data center that is data-driven requires automation at every layer of the stack.
Focused on the open-source and data-driven data center movement and the transition from proprietary to non-proprietary software and hardware models.
Focused on what’s new in data center design, value engineering and construction methodologies within the emerging data center segments.
Focused ‘South of the Rack’ on engineering, operations and facilities management and optimizing the performance, efficiency and resilience of the critical environment.
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
Old Billingsgate, London, United Kingdom