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Call for Papers
Come and speak at the Software-Defined Enterprise Summit in Palo Alto in October 2015!
Now is your chance to apply to take part in this exciting new event, and to submit your ideas for inclusion in the agenda.
Informa Telecoms & Media is proud to unite the global Enterprise community for this comprehensive two-day conference, packed with case studies from pioneers at the forefront of Software-Defined Network Advancements worldwide.
During the event, we will cover the Software-Defined Data Center approach in-depth, bringing together Software-Defined Networking, Software-Defined Storage (the virtual SAN) and Software-Defined Management (Compute) to improve Data Center functionality throughout all layers of infrastructure. We will also examine redesigning and re-architecting the WAN through the Software-Defined WAN; adopting Software-Defined Power to reduce the risk of outages, and utilizing Software-Defined Security to ensure optimal efficiency of the network at all times.
Including a vibrant mix of in-depth debates, insightful presentations and real-life case studies by trailblazers at the forefront of the Software-Defined revolution, the event will identify new solutions to enable Enterprises to expand network agility, improve cost efficiency, boost performance and transform network management and monitoring through a cloud-based approach.
We are keen to hear from all leading Enterprises, hyperscale data center players, new IT innovators, industry analysts, and leading SDN industry vendors who are keen to convey that Software-Defined approach is the way forward and would like to share their story with the full Enterprise community.
Please feel free to take this opportunity to submit your ideas and help shape the agenda by e-mailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org.