Cirba to Present at VMworld® Europe on Why Software-Defined Infrastructure Requires an Analytics-Driven Control Plane

Toronto, Ontario – October 13, 2015 – Cirba Inc., the leading provider of software-defined infrastructure control solutions, today announced Ayman Gabarin, senior vice president EMEA, will present a session at VMworld® Europe today on the need for an analytics-driven control plane in software-defined infrastructure. VMworld Europe is being hosted October 12-15 at Fira Gran Via in Barcelona.

It is critical for organizations looking to move to software-defined infrastructure to understand that codifying the policies that govern operations in software is essential to success. Software-defined technologies offer increased agility and faster provisioning, but can also create chaos and increased risk if workload requirements aren’t appropriately aligned with the capabilities of the infrastructure.

In this session, Cirba will discuss how analytics can provide the intelligence required to safely automate and achieve true software-defined control over workload placements and resource allocations. The session will also highlight how to greatly reduce infrastructure costs while ensuring service levels by leveraging analytics to choose the best execution venue for workloads.

In addition to this session, Cirba is offering attendees the opportunity to win an iPhone 6s by hosting a contest where participants guess how many games pieces are in a giant Tetris™ cube. Stop by Cirba’s booth S415 to learn more about participating.

VMworld Europe

Barcelona, Spain; October 12-15, 2015

Cirba Booth Number: S415 
Session Title: Why Software-Defined Infrastructure Requires an Analytics-Driven Control Plane
Speaker: Ayman Gabarin, SVP EMEA, Cirba 
Tuesday, October 13, 12:50-13:10 CET

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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.