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VMTurbo to Present on Cloud and Software-Defined Data Centers at Pacific Crest Future of IT Event

VMTurbo, the leading provider of software-defined control for cloud and virtualized environments, today announced that the company’s president and chief executive officer, N. Louis Shipley, will be speaking on the "technology disruptors" panel for software-defined and virtualized data centers on March 13 at 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. in Boston, Massachusetts. Shipley will be joined by Tom Erickson, CEO of Acquia, Doron Kempel, CEO of SimpliVity, and William Koss, VP of marketing at Plexxi.

“Data centers are increasing their use of virtualization, therefore increasing management complexity,” said Shipley. “Software-defined control is advancing how enterprises manage and utilize their respective data centers by reducing the need for manual intervention, assuring application performance, and driving down costs. I’m excited to discuss key issues pertaining to software-defined data centers and to hear from the fellow experts on the panel.”

VMTurbo delivers a new approach to meet the challenges associated with complex virtual and cloud environments. Operations Manager controls these environments by assuring application performance while utilizing the infrastructure as efficiently as possible. The product’s software-defined control offloads and automates decision-making from operational staff instead of just collecting data and providing alerts. VMTurbo customers are experiencing significant efficiency gains by reducing time spent troubleshooting and maximizing infrastructure utilization.

The invitation-only event highlights five key technology themes: cloud, big data, BYOIT, flash and software-defined. Confirmed participants include Salesforce, NetApp, Infoblox, Riverbed, QLIK, Aspen Technology, HubSpot and SciQuest.


Published Wednesday, March 06, 2013 6:10 PM by David Marshall
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