Upcoming conference to focus on virtualization, software-defined data centers
2-day conference is billed as the first event fully dedicated to virtualization and software-defined platforms for enterprise environments.
The Software-Defined Enterprise Summit is set for October 26-29 at the Crown Plaza Hotel in Palo Alto, CA. The two-day conference is billed as the first event fully dedicated to virtualization and software-defined platforms for enterprise environments.
The conference will impart lessons learned from industry front-runners, and is designed to promote networking throughout the software-defined ecosystem, while providing information companies need to benefit from SDN, software-defined CPU, software-defined power and software-defined security, the better to improve functionality throughout the layers of infrastructure.
Specifically, the event will feature: Two keynote sessions discussing leadership for the software-defined enterprise revolution; Panel discussions on SDN, security, software-designed storage, and virtualizing the WAN and LAN; and an exhibition hall for sponsors and other companies within the industry. Additionally, a master class on the software defined enterprise and a Container Focus Day are part of the event.
For more information, visit www.softwaredefinedevent.com.