Wednesday, July 11, 2012
11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET
- Anthony Dina, Data Center Strategist, Next Generation Computing Solutions, Dell, Inc.
- Michael Gray, Director, Data Center Strategist, Dell, Inc.
A dramatic compute-model shift has altered the data center landscape over the past several years. The unceasing demand for a flexible infrastructure that can turn on a dime to meet changing business requirements has driven data center evolution to the point that today, according to IDC, more applications are being installed on virtual servers than on physical servers.
Building or expanding that infrastructure, however, is fraught with challenges, and any missteps can detract from IT value. Join us for a detailed discussion of how your organization can fast track application and service delivery with pre-integrated virtualized infrastructure solutions.
- How the delivery of IT infrastructure impacts the growth of the business
- How to easily add capacity to gain performance and maintain flexibility for future growth
- Shortcuts for building a converged, virtualized data center to accelerate application and IT service delivery
- Techniques for ensuring that your virtual infrastructure is productive for applications and cloud initiatives
- Ways to drive the benefits of virtualization deeper into the infrastructure
Register today to ensure your place in this hour-long interactive session.
Anthony Dina, Data Center Strategist, Next Generation Computing Solutions, Dell Inc.
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With fourteen years in the IT industry, Anthony Dina serves as a Data Center Strategist for Next Generation Computing Solutions within Dell, Inc. He works with customers on how they transform infrastructure into a more resilient and responsive service. He also partners with the development teams to set solution directions, since Dell drives through the lens of the customer. While at Dell, he has held other roles such as a director of strategy and director of solutions marketing which took him deep into virtualization, cloud computing and green IT. His time at the competition, allowed him to ramp the blades business to number one, launched the first Opteron server and championed virtual IO solutions that is the pivot point for converged infrastructure. He has earned a Masters of Business Administration from the University of St. Thomas and a Masters of Fine Art from Cranbrook Academy of Art.
Michael Gray, Director, Data Center Strategies, Dell, Inc.
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Michael Gray is the Director of Dell's Worldwide Server Go-to-market team for converged infrastructure solutions. He leads a team of data center strategists who deliver drive innovation and leadership across Dell and the industry.
A fourteen year Dell veteran, Michael has served in a variety of technical, marketing and sales management roles. Prior to his current position he managed Dell's business globally at Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. Before he came to Dell he was an IT Director in K-12 education.
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