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    Clive Fotheringham
    Director Design and Development
    Colt Data Centre Services
    Clive Fotheringham is Director, Design and Development for Colt Data Centre Services. He is responsible for research and development, modular design and on-going design upgrades to Colt's existing 21,000 m2 of technical data environment. Clive has more than 12 years of experience in data centre and telecommunication critical infrastructure in... ( read Clive Fotheringham's Full Bio )

    Mike Golding
    Design Director
    Digital Realty Trust
    Mike Golding is a Technical Director for Europe working in Digital Realty Trust London based EU design team. Since joining the company at the beginning of 2011 he has overseen project development in Europe and the emerging Australian region. With a strong technical data centre design and delivery background, Mike has more than 15 years extensive... ( read Mike Golding's Full Bio )

    Frederik Van Hecke
    Co-Founder and CEO
    Frederik Van Hecke only recently obtained his Master degree in Computer Science Engineering from Ghent University, where he has written his Master thesis on "Dynamic Power Management in Virtualized Data Centers". During his studies Frederik co-founded Cluttr, a startup company working on a DCIM solution that focuses on optimizing resource usage... ( read Frederik Van Hecke's Full Bio )
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  • 15.30 - Closing Panel: Data Center Pulse Executive Board Panel

    Mark Thiele
    EVP Data Center Tech,
    Paul Sun
    Director of the Cloud Computing Center for Mobile Applications,
    Industrial Technology Research Institute
    Jan Wiersma
    CTO ,
    Tim Crawford
    CIO ,
    All Covered
  • 13.00 - Genomes in the Cloud: Migrating scientific workloads to the cloud.

    In this session Guy Coates of Informatics Systems Group will discuss moving half of his workload to AWS, while keeping a significant High-performance compute workload in-house to avoid technical complications. This case study presentation will discuss: • Advantages of Cloud computing from a facilities perspective • Difficulties involved in full description
    Guy Coates
    Group Leader, Informatics System Group,
    The Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute
  • 14.30 - Solid State Storage as an Alternative

    The biggest energy hog in the data centre are the machines that contain data themselves. In an increasingly costly world alternatives are a must. The most efficient data storage device is one that does not spin. The spin required to store and access data gobbles up valuable power. SAS, SATA, and solid-state storage drives are alternatives that are full description
    Bob Plumridge
    Chief Technology Officer,
    Hitachi Data Systems
  • 9.00 - Fujitsu Data Centre Case Study

    This case study session will give you an inside view of a world-class energy efficient data centre. Chris Flanagan, will provide an inside look into a Fujitsu facility. The session will focus on the innovations, trends and technologies that have led to the success and acclaim of Fujitsu facilities. Measurement methodologies used to track full description
    Steve Weiner
    Head of Data Centre Offerings,
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The two-track conference convergence offers a unique opportunity to our delegate base. With both data centre efficiency and cloud computing innovations addressed attendees are given the unique opportunity to learn best practices from experts and cases studies on all of the new trends affecting your data centre design, operations and strategy moving forward. All sessions will have a facilities focus so you get the most applicable knowledge available. Discover data centre innovation in energy efficiency, management strategies and virtualisation technologies. Attendees will be provided with the opportunity to:

  • Identify tools and technologies necessary for the development, migration and deployment of cutting edge solutions that drive enterprise wide performance and ROI.
  • Outline a cost cutting blueprint for the data center that incorporates energy efficiency, virtualisation, and retrofitting best practices.
  • Leverage cloud computing and virtualization effectively to develop a scalable and secure infrastructure that uses both private and public cloud based applications and services.
  • Connect and network with industry leading data centre, facilities and IT executives throughout three days of workshops, case study presentations and receptions.
  • Explore cross discipline topics from IT, business development, and sustainability perspectives.

  • Attendees at the Green Data Centre and Cloud Control Conference are decision makers from corporate, non-profit and government agencies. Delegate titles will include:

  • Chief Information and Technology Officers
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  • Infrastructure Manager
  • Network and Communication Engineers
  • Data Centre/ Facilities Manager
  • Architects and Building Manager
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  • Application Engineers
  • Server Consolidation
  • Disaster Recovery
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  • Attendee's can attend either Green Data or Cloud workshops.

    Green Data Workshops:

    Green Efficiency and ROI Savings

    Dominic Monkhouse
    UK Managing Director , PEER 1 Hosting

    Effective Techniques for the Data Centre Manager
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    Cloud Control Workshops:

    Cloud 101: Service Models, Benefits and Risk Assessment
    Tim Crawford
    CIO , All Covered

    Virtualising your System Within a Private Cloud Infrastructure
    Giancarlo Scaramelli
    EMEA Senior Manager-IT Field Services , NetApp UK

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