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Intelligent Infrastructure? Promises, Pitfalls, and Actions

Romi Mahajan (CEO, KKM Group)

Steven Salta (TPM, Agilsys)

Erick Watson (VP, Product Development, Quantarium, LLC)

Bill Jensen (Network Consulting Engineer, University of Wisconsin-Madison)

Mark Sullivan (Director of Network Operations, Informatik Group)

Location: Montego C

Date: Thursday, May 23

Time: 4:30pm - 5:20pm

Pass type: All Access, Conference - Get your pass now!

Track/Topic: Infrastructure

Format: Conference Session

Vault Recording: TBD

There is much talk of Intelligent Infrastructure. As software, hardware, and data all munge into one entity, the basic ‘plumbing’ of corporations, cities, and networks as a whole can be said to be “intelligent” in much of the world. Still, reality is always more complex than rhetoric. What exactly is intelligent infrastructure? It is really ubiquitous and commoditized? Is the Data flow it creates so massive that it overwhelms the rest of the stack? How do IT Pros and consumers alike deal with this “intelligence” with all of it’s implications?

We have to approach the question of Intelligent Infrastructure in a more complex fashion. Making it work will require the intense collaboration of IT, Development, Business, Legal, and Services.

LEARN HOW to separate the signal from the noise in the Intelligent Infrastructure debate. This session will help you determine if intelligent infrastructure is the right choice for your organization and if so how to make it work most optimally in your context.