SANTA CLARA, CA – November 19, 2015 - Tarkan Maner, a global leading proponent of open source driven software defined everything, will discuss the opportunities, challenges, and advantages of the new architectures at the Software Defined Infrastructure Summit (@SDISummit) on Dec 1-3 at the Santa Clara Convention Center.
Tarkan’s “Vision for the Software Defined Data Center” is 100% software based and does not require expensive proprietary hardware. His approach allows ready access to all kinds of clouds, simple management, and full automation. Data centers can then respond to increased, varied, or changing workloads at the lowest possible cost, and cope with such issues as real-time analysis, mobile access everywhere, and full integration with social media.
SDI Summit is a three-day event including all-day seminars on software defined storage, OpenStack, and Ceph. Free plenary sessions include software-defined data centers (SDDC), SDI in 2025, Market Research, User Forum on Implementing SDI, SDI Futures, What You Need to Know about SDI Today, and a VC Forum on creating successful startups. The Summit keynote lineup also includes Microsoft, Cisco, Intel, Red Hat, VMware, IBM, and Nano Global.
What: SDI Summit 1st Annual Conference
Where: Rooms 209/210, Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara, CA
When: December 3, 2015 at 12:00 p.m.
Who: Tarkan Maner, CEO and Chairman of Nexenta
Nexenta is the global leader in Open Source-driven Software-Defined Storage (OpenSDS) with 6,000+ customers, 1,000+ partners, 30+ patents, and more than 1,000 petabytes of storage under management. Nexenta uniquely integrates software-only “Open Source” collaboration with commodity hardware-centric “Software-Defined Storage” innovation. www.nexenta.com.
The Software-Defined Infrastructure Summit is the only event completely focused on this newly emerging and fast-growing market. The program will provide attendees with practical information on the current state of software-defined infrastructure (SDI) and SD technologies, including software-defined storage (SDS), software-defined data center (SDDC), system management software, and server/storage virtualization.