The green data center conference and exhibition-Bay area is all set to roll out on next Tuesday and continue till Thursday at the Santa Clara Convention Center in Santa Clara. This Bay area convention aims at providing data managers and engineers the necessary information regarding data center optimization. They would be equipped with all the energy efficient techniques and equipments. Participants are bound to discover the benefits of cost saving by deploying green data centers.
The interactive data center conference aims at providing a full spectrum on concepts of data center design, building, and management.
Speakers include: Bruce Myatt, Founder, Silicon Valley’s Critical Facilities Round Table; Brad Hilliard, Director, Data Center Development, FedEx Services; Jim Borendame, Executive Vice President, Compute Platform Services, Wells Fargo Bank; Ben Stewart, Senior Vice President, Facility Engineering, Terremark, a Verizon Company; KC Mares, President, MegaWatt Consulting Inc.; Jason Shepard, Principal, Cresa; Patrick Flynn, Lead Sustainability Strategist, IO; Peter Light, Senior Product Manager, Bloom Energy; Christiaan Best, CTO and Co-Founder, Green Revolution Cooling; Mike Bailey, Director, Ecova; Leah Schoeb, Senior Partner Evaluator Group, SNIA.
The event navigates through various green topics such as-
- Evolution of green data centers and design
- Use of renewable energy and different cooling solutions
- Modular innovation
- The big green revolution
- Green IT-cloud computing, virtualization, and storage
- Site selection, rebates, land acquisitions
- Location of the right site for data center establishment
- DCIM: meeting, metrics, and measurement of the land
Randy Ortiz, Director of Data Center Design for Internap, will provide some useful insight into the design, development and efficient management of green data centers. He would also put some light onto the recent developments of Internap, in the field of green IT.
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