Wednesday, August 01, 2012
11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET
Many organizations are looking to the cloud for cost efficiencies and other benefits. But many are overlooking efficiency-boosting opportunities that are under their own data center roof.
Improvements in managing data center infrastructure can free staff time and lower costs while laying the ground work for private or hybrid cloud strategies. Join us for an interactive discussion of how to simplify IT management while delivering greater workload performance, reliability and resilience.
- Key factors driving IT management complexity
- Which methods organizations are using to reduce complexity
- What to look for in new management technologies
- The critical role of integration with multiple data center management tools and interfaces
- How performance boosting features speed management and reduce errors
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Robert Mandelbaum, Systems Management Enterprise Strategis, Dell
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Robert Mandelbaum is in his second year at Dell, and is a Systems Management Enterprise Strategist in Dell's Large Enterprise Data Center organization as well as supporting the G500 space. His focus is helping customers understand and achieve their Enterprise Management goals. Prior to Dell, he spent thirteen years as a Presales Engineer specializing in Enterprise Management.
David Jenkins, Sr. Server Technology Manager, Intel
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David Jenkins is Sr. Technology Manager with the Datacenter and Connected Systems group at Intel, and his responsibilities include Intel® Node Manager and other Data Center Efficiency initiatives. He has been with Intel since 1999, previously holding various positions as a Manufacturing Engineer, Technical Marketing Engineer and Product Manager dealing with a wide array of Intel® Xeon® and Intel® Itanium server platforms and technologies. David earned a BS Industrial Engineering degree from Purdue University and an MBA from the Krannert Graduate School of Management at Purdue University.
Saeed Atashie, Data Center Strategist/Enterprise Technologist, Dell
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Saeed Atashie has been with Dell for 2 years and is a Data Center Strategist in Dell’s Large Enterprise Data Center Organization supporting the G500 space. His focus is on Servers including Blades, Power & Cooling, Virtualization & Hypserscale Data Centers. Prior to Dell he spent 2 years at Rackable Systems as Sr. Director of server products and 13 years at Intel as Sr. Mgr. of Strategy and Planning.
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