Alex Rodriguez, VP - Systems Engineering and Product Development, Expedient
Alex Rodriguez, Vice President of Systems Engineering and Product Development at Expedient, addresses security concerns about entering the cloud, and how Expedient and Intel are facing the challenges and opportunities in cloud security at VMWorld 2012.
Oracle Open World is the usually the last big "big data" conference of the year; everyone who is anyone is there. Intel was there and we captured our customers and partners talking about the Intel Xeon Processor E7 family in the mission critical computing segment.
IDF attendees from Oracle, Intel, Cisco, NEC, Rackspace, TIBCO and more
Learn more about Intel's Mission Critical products and technologies and the innovations they have fueled in the marketplace. Hear from Customers Intel engineers, Software and Hardware partners on Intel's Xeon Processor family, and in particular the Xeon E7. You'll see that Xeon E7 based platforms offer breakthrough performance, reliability and availability features to ensure business continuity of mission critical systems running applications and workloads such as Enterprise Resource Planning, Big Data and Database applications.
Missed VMworld? Here you will be able to absorb some key highlights from the 3 day show in 3minutes. Intel and VMworld have a close partnership that extends to bring business value to customers and partners alike. Find out what customers, partners, Intel and VMware are doing together on the journey to the Cloud.
Find Out How Intel is Powering The Most Intense Workloads
Intel’s Data Center group will be sharing information you can use for planning your server and data center needs. Areas of focus will be Virtualization, Business Continuity, Cloud Computing, Next Generation Server Planning, positioning of Intel Xeon and Itanium servers, Multi Core evolution and more.