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Achieving IT Operational Excellence: Virtualization, Cloud and More

by Dave Cappuccio  |  May 20, 2011  |  Comments Off on Achieving IT Operational Excellence: Virtualization, Cloud and More

 

I would be remiss if I didn’t mention the Infrastructure Operations and Management conference coming up the 2nd week of June in Orlando.  At a time when every IT dollar counts, our 5-track agenda provides the strategic guidance and pragmatic recommendations needed to demonstrate the business value of I&O as you meet the challenges of modernization, transformation and convergence. We’ll extensively explore today’s I&O hot spots, including virtualization environments, assessing a public vs. private cloud strategy, aggressively optimizing legacy systems, achieving operational excellence despite limited resources and much more. Get ready to identify new business models, data center design strategies and technology approaches that can deliver ROI fast, efficiently and effectively. Your takeaway: the ability to leverage real-world experience and knowledge gleaned from more than 40 sessions, including analyst-user roundtables and end-user case studies.

The agenda will feature comprehensive tracks to drill down on the I&O topics most important today, with track sessions containing 6 to 8 highly focused presentations from Gartner analysts. .

If you’re going to attend, stop me in the hallway and say hello.

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David J. Cappuccio
Research VP
6 years at Gartner
41 years IT industry

David J. Cappuccio is a managing vice president and chief of research for the Infrastructure teams with Gartner, responsible for research in data center futures, servers, power/cooling, green IT, enterprise management and IT operations. Read Full Bio




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