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DATACENTRE TRANSFORMATION MANCHESTER

11TH JULY 2017, UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER

In conjunction with the Data Centre Alliance

and the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Leeds

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Industry-leading Workshops

9 Amazing Workshops Hosted By Top Speakers

Including: Cooling, Design & Build, Operations

Energy Efficency, Power, IoT, Operational Intellegence

DT Manchester is the
premier data centre education event in the calendar

DT Manchester 2017

The 11th July 2017 sees the next in the highly successful series of Data Centre Transformation Manchester (DT Manchester) events, organised by Angel Business Communications, in association with Datacentre Solutions, the University of Leeds and the Data Centre Alliance. The combination of such data centre knowledge and expertise ensures that DT Manchester is the premier data centre education event in the calendar, bringing together the data centre research and design community, the data centre vendor industry and, most importantly, enterprise end users, for a collaborative information exchange.

In 2017 we will be running six Workshop sessions, covering a range of topics: Power including Power Management, Cooling, IT Energy & Availability, Business Needs & Management, Capability and Workforce Development. The workshops will be managed by a number of independent industry specialists to ensure vendor neutrality. The workshops will ensure that delegates not only earn valuable CPD accreditation points but also have an open forum to speak with their peers, academics and leading vendors and suppliers.

2017 promises to be an exciting year for the data centre industry, as much of the received data centre design and operations ‘wisdom’ is being challenged not just by the maturing Cloud/managed services model, but by a host of new and emerging threats and opportunities: the Internet of Things, digitalisation, mobility, DevOps and micro data centres to name but a few. In simple terms, more and more intelligence is being brought in at all levels of both the facilities and IT aspects of the data centre – and by combining the information this provides, there are some huge efficiency and optimisation gains to be made by data centre owners and operators.



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