Experts from Cirba And Fidelity National Information Services to speak on IT Infrastructure Densification at FSI Transformation Assembly

Highlights include new management approaches toward increasing IT infrastructure efficiency and service levels

Toronto, Ontario – June 15, 2015 – Cirba Inc., the leading provider of software-defined infrastructure control solutions, announced JP Lortie, VP, Cirba and Robert Collins, VP of Engineering, Delivery, and NextGEN IT Services, Fidelity National Information Services (FIS) will be presenting today at FSI Transformation Assembly in Miami.

Most organizations routinely over-provision hardware and software for virtualized IT infrastructure to hedge against operational risk. This practice is not only costly, but is also often ineffective at reducing performance issues. Another approach, one that focuses on allocating resources and placing VMs in a way that that both meets workload requirements while densifying infrastructure, has successfully saved organizations million in capital and operating costs, while reducing performance issues and volatility.

Lortie and Collins will share how to densify and automate virtualized environments to create more efficient and agile operations.  In addition, Collins will share his own experience in ensuring densification, automation and visibility by leveraging policy-based analytics to balance application demand with infrastructure supply.  

FSI Transformation Assembly
The Ritz-Carlton Coconut Grove, Miami, FL; June 14-16, 2015  

  • Session Title: FIS Case Study: Leveraging Software-Defined Infrastructure Control to Densify and Automate Next Generation Infrastructure
  • Speakers: JP Lortie, VP,  Cirba; Robert Collins, VP of Engineering, Delivery, and NextGEN IT Services, FIS
    • June 15, 3:20 pm – 4:00 pm.

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About Cirba Inc.

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 or follow us on Twitter @Cirba.