San Francisco, California
– (The Hosting News) – April 2, 2007 –
Developer and operator of data center, 365 Main CEO, Chris Dolan, will be featured at the Interop Las Vegas 2007, to take place on May 20-25 at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center.
Mr. Dolan will address an audience of CIOs, IT directors and other technology executives in a session called Ensuring Data Center Reliability for Mission-Critical â€” and Mission Impossible â€” Applications. Mr. Dolan will co-present with Derek Wise, president and CEO of managed services provider Global Netoptex (GNi), which has been a 365 Main customer since 2003. Together they will discuss the data center infrastructure required for modern, large-scale server deployments, where power, scalability and network connectivity are growing concerns.
The session will be part of the Data Center Summit arm of Interop Las Vegas 2007, a two-day educational event that organizers describe as â€œa forum to present innovative solutions in technology, operations and organizational structures.â€ Topics to be addressed at this yearâ€™s Data Center Summit include:
Â·Â Â Â Benefits of server, storage and security virtualization
Â·Â Â Â How to avoid the pitfalls of license-sprawl, learn how to manage consolidation and resource balancing, and find out which management tools can assist in virtualization and management of dynamic resources
Â·Â Â Â Best practices in operations and organizational structures including industry standards such as ITIL and CMMI
Â·Â Â Â How to change IT operations from the â€œdevice levelâ€ to the â€œbusiness service managementâ€ level
Â·Â Â Â How to optimize the use of existing data center facilities and increase availability
Â·Â Â Â Blade servers, SAN, MAID and how to choose between high-density and high-footprint
Â·Â Â Â Liquid-cooling, raised-floor, hot-cold aisles and other approaches to tame the â€œweatherâ€ in the data centerÂ
Â·Â Â Â How to avoid costly mistakes from planning through implementation
Andreas Antonopoulos, Co-chair of Interopâ€™s Data Center Summit and Senior Vice President and Founding Partner of Nemertes Research remarked, â€œThis event is an ideal opportunity for IT executives to learn from data center experts how best to manage an increasingly complex computing environment. We expect this session to be extremely well-received by our attendees, and we are very much looking forward to it.â€
Mr. Dolan continued,
â€œAs a leading developer and operator of national modern data centers, weâ€™re always proud to share our experience. In our session weâ€™ll discuss everything that needs to be done to ensure that your data center is up and running at all times and in all conditions, no matter what.â€ Mr.
Dolan and Mr. Wiseâ€™s session will take place on Monday, May 21 at 8:30 a.m.
Global Netoptex Inc. (GNi) is a leading provider of customer-centric managed services that extend customersâ€™ infrastructure while dramatically reducing their total cost of ownership (TCO). GNi provides the expertise, resources and solutions to meet and exceed customersâ€™ unique onsite and off-site requirements. Services include wired and wireless connectivity, world-class network security, disaster recovery, comprehensive server management and hosting, networking operations and management, and network consulting. GNiâ€™s unique P.O.W.E.R. (Process Organized with Efficient Resources) methodology delivers consistent levels of excellence for efficiently managing peak loads and guaranteeing uptime.
Interop Las Vegas blends thought leadership across the range of IT areas with a focus on interoperabilityâ€”more important than ever as a new wave of technologies promises unprecedented access to information and increased productivity. This yearâ€™s event will include more than 400 exhibitors, more than 200 educational sessions, and many live demos of practical business solutions.
365 Main Inc. develops and operates data centers designed, managed, developed and certified according to industry standards and compliance requirements, including SAS70, that feature 24/7/365 power, cooling, security and connectivity and capabilities to ensure mission-critical operations and business continuity for its tenants.
365 Main began with a single data center in San Francisco in 2003 and earlier this year expanded to Los Angeles, Phoenix and Northern Virginia. Customers include Charles Schwab, Sun Microsystems and Esurance. The company now has nearly one million square feet under management nationwide. Flexible cost structures are available for SCALE 365 customers. The company is privately held and based in San Francisco, Calif. and also offers core hosting services to large enterprises such as Charles Schwab, the Oakland Raiders and Sun Microsystems.
To learn more about registration information and conference details, please visit: www.interop.com/lasvegas/registration.
For more information about GNi, please visit: www.gni.com.
To learn more about PG and E, please visit: www.pge.com.
For more information about 365 Main Inc., please visit: www.365main.com.