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The NYS Forum
Business Innovation & Emerging Technologies Workgroup
Presents:

Software Defined Networking

May 23, 2017
9:00 am - 11:00 am
(8:30 am Check-In)
The NYS Forum
24 Aviation Road, Suite 206, Albany New York


Webex available for this event

Presentation Overview:

This Software Defined Networking session will cover the fundamental elements of what makes software defined networks and cloud technologies work. Included will be how important the network is when it comes to using hosted products. Also covered will be mainframe to client-server applications and their transformation into the cloud. The presenters will explore how Open Networking, through both open ecosystem and open source technologies, is transforming the IT industry, redefining the fundamental economics and reshaping organizational landscapes.

Those presenting will provide a vendor agnostic discussion on the challenges and opportunities Software Defined Networks present to state and local government. They will highlight the agile framework and operational efficiencies derived. Their conversations will also include opportunities for secure public and private cloud adoption, along with disaster recovery optimization. And lastly, the presenters will offer recommendations on how to operationalize Software Defined Solutions and bring together multiple IT disciplines to jointly deliver services to your constituents.

Presenters:

  • Ed McCormack, Technical Sales and Engineering, AT&T
  • Matthew Schneider, Senior Director, Government, Education, & Healthcare, VMWare
  • DJ Spry, Senior Consultant, Open Networking, Dell EMC

Who should attend?

  • All NYS and NYC government staff
  • ITCR Members

Pre-Registration Required by May 22, 2017

  • Pre-Registration is preferred

Cancellation Policy:
Registration indicates your intent to attend. If you register and your schedule changes making you UNABLE to attend, please contact us so that we can open the session to other interested participants. Contact Rebecca Buchner at (518) 438-7414.