The 2009 Fall Conference, End-to-End Reliability: The Changing Landscape of Data Centers, was held at the JW Marriott Desert Ridge in Phoenix, Arizona. It was a four-day conference starting on Sunday, November 15th and adjourned on Wednesday, November 18th.
The conference was jam-packed full of noteworthy speakers and interesting topics. A list of speakers and topics and can be seen by clicking on the links below. This was Titan Power’s first time attending the conference and as a vendor in the Mission Critical industry, we found it to be very informative and useful in learning new approaches, products, ideas, solutions and techniques related to improving End-to-End reliability. The conference also provided its attendees with ample opportunities to network and share information and ideas with other professionals in the industry.
What is 7×24 Exchange?
Formed in 1989, 7×24 Exchange is the leading knowledge exchange for those who design, build, use and maintain mission-critical enterprise information infrastructures, aiming to improve End-to-End reliability by promoting dialogue among these groups. Founded on the belief that most professionals involved with End-to-End information infrastructures work in isolation when dealing with technical, budget, political, and career issues, 7×24 Exchange creates communications vehicles designed to promote dialogue among these groups and to advance the state-of-the-art in infrastructure reliability. With the information from these dialogues members can alert top management to the importance of proactive measures and help protect their companies’ information lifeline.