Computerworld Breakfast

Join Computerworld Australia and Brocade for an insightful session on how you can optimise your network to better manage key business and technology trends.

This event is designed to provide you with insight into the changing landscape of the data centre, trends and strategies to help your organisation simplify your virtualised environments and current market insights.

The breakfast will be held on 29th March 2011, 8.00am - 10.15am at Westin Hotel, Ballroom 2, No.1 Martin Place, Sydney

Featuring:

John Brand, Vice President, Research, Springboard Research Infrastructure Evolution

John will examine market insights and present three common approaches to ‘upgrading’ the modern day data centre.

Jason Nolet, Vice President, Data Center and Enterprise Networking, Brocade Constructing the Next Generation Data Centre

Jason will examine how technology trends such as server/desktop virtualisation and cloud computing are driving demand for flexible and scalable networks to support ever increasing traffic loads and complexity.

David Hooton, Managing Director, Platform Networks Customer Case Study: How do Clouds Connect?

As your business considers Cloud Services, your reliance on Service Providers for connection becomes even more critical.

Today's Service Provider Network needs to be an extension of your OWN business and just like your own business, it needs to quickly and efficiently transform. So what is it like to build and run a Service Provider in today’s economy? How do Service Providers differentiate and survive in the current market?

This will be followed by an interactive panel and audience discussion.

Registrations:

http://www.computerworld.com.au/event_registration/4/computerworld-breakfast-march-2011/

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