|Date:||Friday, December 8, 2017|
|Time:||1:00 pm ET / 10:00 am PT|
|Title:||Managing at Scale and the Future of Composability|
|Sponsored By:||Dell EMC | Extreme Scale Infrastructure (ESI)|
Anyone following IT media over the past few years would be under the impression that hyperscale cloud vendors set the standard for datacenter efficiency, agility, and management.
Not surprisingly, many large scale organizations are seeking to emulate this success by leveraging “hyperscale inspired” infrastructure and management techniques. For example, they are re-examining legacy IT paradigms and moving from a node to rack-level mentality, where they can purchase, deploy, manage and service at the rack level—and from a single source. These customers also want the ability to deploy IT resources quickly, for any workload need, so they can continuously deliver value to the business, in an instant.
This webinar will look at how organizations can manage their infrastructure at scale – and how the move towards disaggregation and composable infrastructure are making these opportunities real, today. The session will also take a look back, examining how the industry has evolved and put us on a path towards composability, while also examining the work that remains. Additionally, it’ll examine new technologies that are opening doors for server innovation and discuss how Dell EMC is working with others in the industry to help composability reach its full potential.
- Bill Dawkins, VP/Fellow, Office of the CTO, Server Solutions, Dell EMC
- Robert Hormuth, VP/Fellow and CTO, Server Solutions, Dell EMC
- Stephen Rousset, Distinguished Engineer and Director of Architecture, Dell EMC Extreme Scale Infrastructure
- Paul Parker-Johnson, Principal Analyst, ACG Research