Toronto, Ontario – January 13, 2015 - Cirba Inc., the leading provider of software-defined infrastructure control solutions, today announced that CTO & Co-Founder Andrew Hillier will be appearing as a speaker in a Wall Street Technology Association (WSTA) panel on January 15 in New York City aimed at cutting through the software-defined hype.
As many financial services organizations start their journey to the software-defined data center (SDDC), many focus on point solutions such as software-defined networking (SDN) technologies. Instead, it is important that organizations view the SDDC as an operational state that is achieved by adopting a policy-based, codified approach to controlling all the moving parts within the infrastructure. Leveraged by some of the world's largest IT operations, Cirba's software-defined solutions balance application demand with infrastructure supply to maximize efficiency and achieve unprecedented levels of automation and software-defined control.
Joined by other industry luminaries and moderated by CEO and Founder of Nemertes Research, Johna Till Johnson, Hillier will be discussing this new universe of software-defined everything. In particular, Hillier will provide his take on how technologies like SDN tear down the traditional fences in environments and open the door to a number of new issues related to service levels, performance, compliance, software licensing and cost.
Wall Street Technology Associating (WSTA)
The Yale Club of New York City, New York, NY; January 15, 2015
For more information, or to learn about Cirba's upcoming event presence, please see here: http://www.cirba.com/news/coming-events.htm.
Cirba has re-imagined infrastructure control for the software-defined era. We're enabling the world's most successful organizations to scientifically balance infrastructure supply and application demand – creating a demand-driven approach to infrastructure management that maximizes efficiency and cost-savings while reducing risk. For more information, visit www.cirba.com or follow us on Twitter @Cirba.