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Beyond Hypervisors to Complete IT Infrastructure Management

Liquid Computing's CTO & Co-founder, Mike Kemp, to Present at SYS-CON's Virtualization Conference & Expo

This session describes how the wave of virtualization technology in the data center can be extended beyond hypervisors to embrace complete IT infrastructure management resulting in significant business value. It will commence by summarizing the fundamental problems that are holding back scale, flexibility and asset utilization in the data center. It will then describe an innovative approach to data center optimization that addresses the fundamental problems through virtualization of the complete IT infrastructure. This approach delivers “Services Oriented IT Infrastructure” (SOI) that can be fully exploited by evolving management systems to enable service providers and enterprises to more efficiently deliver service differentiation, business continuity, disaster recovery and opex reduction. The session will be complemented by examples of how Liquid Computing is delivering on this vision today along with other technology leaders in the industry.

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Speaker Bio: Mike is the CTO and co-founder of Liquid Computing. Mike holds a joint honors degree in the disciplines of electrical engineering and computing science from the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, United Kingdom, and has over 24 years of practical industry experience building large scale computer systems with Nortel and DARPA. He has a track record of innovation and bringing technology to market and he has published several papers on large scale switching and interconnect technologies. During his career, he has been responsible for the generation of intellectual property and associated patents in a variety of areas including multiprocessor systems, scalable communications and scalable high availability switching. Mike has developed many highly efficient interconnect and communications systems for a variety of products.

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