Kuwait Data Centers Conference & Expo

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Escalating demands for ever more efficient services have placed pressures on the data center and the Infrastructure & Operations organization. People in charge of the Information Technology have become more concerned with how to enable business growth by looking at leveraging mobility, cloud services, storage innovations, virtualization and more. At the same time, data center and I&O leaders are being asked to optimize costs all while modernizing legacy environments. Hence, Kuwait Data Centers Conference & Expo will bring together major players in the industry to discuss critical topics including power availability, cooling solutions, green IT, and operation maintenance that confronts the day to day actions of the data center operators.

Through analyst sessions, problem-solving workshops and peer interaction, you›ll gain the insight necessary to:

  • Deliver IT operational excellence and greater business value
  • Reduce your IT infrastructure costs
  • Demonstrate the value of IT and IT services
  • Manage aging infrastructures and increase efficiency and flexibility
  • Deal effectively with space, power and cooling issues
  • Develop the best cloud and mobility strategies for your organization

 

Main issues to be addressed:

  • Overview of the Data Center Market in Kuwait
  • Power Quantity as well as Power Quality
  • Key Steps to Achieving Energy Efficiency in the Data Center
  • Case Studies on Data Center Power Solutions, Cooling Solutions, Security and IT Solutions
  • Building Green Data Centers in Kuwait
  • Cloud Computing and Virtualization on Facility and IT Infrastructure Configuration

 

Conference Topics:

Topics of interest include (but are not limited to)

 

Data center communication

  • Intra/inter DC communication
  • Network protocols
  • Security Data center virtualization
  • Hardware support
  • Hypervisors
  • Virtualized storage

Data center performance

  • Power / Reliability
  • Performance evaluation/modeling Data center applications
  • Cloud computing
  • Content distribution
  • Hadoop applications

Data center systems

  • DC architectures
  • Resource allocation
  • Content distribution
  • Empirical studies

Data center virtualization

  • Hardware support
  • Hypervisors
  • Virtualized storage

Data center applications

  • Cloud computing
  • Content distribution
  • Hadoop applications

Who should attend?

IT professionals including:

  • IT Infrastructure
  • IT Operations
  • The Data Center
  • Storage
  • IT Architecture
  • Mobile Device Management
  • Facilities
  • Business Continuity & Disaster Recovery