It’s no secret that many government enterprises today operate with aging infrastructure and most are looking for technology refresh strategies that will deliver better performance and lower cost. Yet how can public sector professionals know where to begin to revamp these complex, multi-vendor, sprawling infrastructures? What must be considered to ensure they optimize near-term investments while providing a path forward to meet future mission mandates and continuing operational requirements?
One way is to understand the available system design alternatives and potential benefits and risks associated with each. This will be the focus of the agenda at the Evolving Agency Architectures: Optimized, Hosted, and Virtual Executive Briefing, planned for May 6th in Washington, DC. The program is designed with the public sector technologist in mind and will address essential enterprise IT considerations, including:
- How to Implement Intelligent Data Center Consolidation and Modernization
- Secrets for Maximizing Automation
- Proven Virtualization Strategies and How to Set Realistic Expectations
- Strategies for Changing the Mix in How Much Agencies Spend on Maintaining What they Have Versus Adding New Capabilities and Innovation to their Enterprises
- The Realities of Infrastructure Optimization—What to Expect and When
- How Well Engineered Systems Deliver Cost Savings, Optimized Performance, Scalability, Reliability, and an Improved User Experience
This interactive, half-day program will provide attendees with the opportunity to learn directly from seasoned industry and government practitioners focused on IT tailored to meet organization and mission requirements. Attendees will hear how to derive business value from applications, databases, servers, storage, and mobile solutions--where each component is engineered to perform in a unified and optimized environment.
Invest your time and be prepared to make informed and deliberate decisions about how to evolve your agency’s computing infrastructure. Take a moment to register today—this informative program is complimentary to government attendees and space is limited. We look forward to meeting you in May in Washington, DC.