|By Liz McMillan||
|August 14, 2014 04:15 PM EDT||
More and more file-based and machine generated data is being created every day causing exponential data and content growth, and creating a management nightmare for IT managers.
What data centers really need to cope with this growth is a purpose-built tiered archive appliance that enables users to establish a single storage target for all of their applications - an appliance that will intelligently place and move data to and between storage tiers based on user-defined policies.
In his session at 15th Cloud Expo, Henrik Rosendahl, Senior Vice President, Cloud Solutions, at Quantum, will discuss how VM applications can simply send user file data via NAS or HTTP to an intelligent storage target and user content will automatically route content to the appropriate archive tier(s) to deliver the desired mix of resiliency and access - whether it is private or hybrid cloud storage for broad access, or tape for less active long term protection.
He will also discuss how this simplified blending of storage to enable protection and timely access to valuable data and content is the future of archive.
Henrik Rosendahl is the Senior Vice President, Cloud Solutions, at Quantum. He was the CEO of Pancetera prior to its acquisition by Quantum. Previously, he was VMware's Director of Application Virtualization, resulting from VMware's acquisition of Thinstall where he served as CEO. Henrik is a successful serial entrepreneur with extensive business development and sales experience. He founded In2itive Technologies in 1992, which was successfully sold to SPSS in 1997. Henrik was also formerly the CEO of Interse A/S, EVP PremiTech inc. and VP at IT Factory Inc.
Cloud Expo's giant Silicon View billboard which is viewed by more than 1.3 million motorists per week
The 15th International Cloud Expo has just expanded its conference program, to bring together Cloud Computing, APM, APIs, Security, Big Data, Internet of Things, DevOps and WebRTC at one location.
The show now has three tracks devoted exclusively to the IoT (with WebRTC present in one of the tracks), a full single track focusing on Big Data, and a two-track DevOps Summit, in addition to four tracks devoted exclusively to Cloud Computing in the enterprise.
Cloud Expo is the single show where delegates and technology vendors can meet to experience and discuss the entire world of the cloud.
With Cloud Computing driving a higher percentage of enterprise IT budgets every year, it becomes increasingly important to learn about the latest technology developments and solutions.
Attend Cloud Expo Nov 4-6, at the Santa Clara Convention Center, CA. Craft your own custom experience. Learn the latest from the world's best technologists. Find the vendors you want and put them to the test.
15th Cloud Expo Expanded Conference Program
Track 1: Enterprise Cloud Adoption
Track 2: APM, Cloud and Hot Topics
Track 3: Cloud APIs & Business
Track 4: Cloud Security - Mobility
Big Data Expo
Track 5: Big Data/Analytics
Track 6: Consumer IoT
Track 7: Enterprise IoT
Track 8: IoT Developer & WebRTC
Track 1: "Dev" Developer Focus
Track 2: "Ops" Operations Focus
More than 150 all-star faculty members will discuss the hottest technology topics in November. In addition to the expanded APM and API coverage, Cloud Expo Silicon Valley will offer a variety of Linux containers and Docker sessions.
DevOps Summit at Cloud Expo also doubled its content from June, in two full simultaneous tracks for three days.
Tracks and topics for DevOps Summit at Cloud Expo will include:
- Application delivery
- ROI and business value
- Site reliability
- Continuous delivery
- Kanban, Scrum, and Agile
- Continuous integration
- Release scalability
- Continuous release
- Service virtualization
- Operational monitoring
- Capacity management
- Load testing
- Quality assurance
- Manager and exec support
- Release automation
- Cultural change
- Breaking down IT silos
- Cloud development
- Cloud platforms
- Test automation
- Application security
- API management
- Identity and access
- Audit and control
- DevOps and ITIL, ISO, Six Sigma, COBIT
- Mobile DevOps
- DevOps for legacy systems
- Software-defined servers
- Network automation
- Server automation
- Configuration automation
- Continuous support
- DevOps anti-patterns
- Enterprise DevOps
- DevOps system architecture
- IT orchestration
- DevOps skills and training
- WebOps, CloudOps, ChatOps, NoOps
- Change management
Tracks and topics for Internet of @ThingsExpo will include:
Consumer IoT & Wearables
- Smart Appliances
- Smart Cars
- Smartphones 2.0
- Smart Travel
- Personal Fitness
- Health Care
- Personalized Marketing
- Customized Shopping
- Personal Finance
- The Digital Divide
- Mobile Cash & Markets
- Games & the IoT
- The Future of Education
- Virtual Reality
- The Business Case for IoT
- Smart Grids
- Smart Cities
- Smart Transportation
- The Smart Home
- Wiring the IoT
- The Internet of Everything
- Digital Transformation of Enterprise IT
- Local & State Government
- Federal Government
- Eclipse Foundation
- Cloud Foundry
- Linux Containers
- Open Source Hardware
- AJAX and the IoT
- Leveraging SOA
- Multi-Cloud IoT
- Evolving Standards
- Security & Privacy Protocols
- GPS & Proximity Services
- Nest Labs
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