Interoperability Lab at Storage Networking World-EuroStorage Will Reveal Multi-Vendor Interoperability at Work for IT End-Users
Lab to Feature Key Storage Vendors Interoperating in a Vendor-Neutral Environment
Framington / Cannes – 12 May, 2003 -- For IT users attending the third Storage Networking World-EuroStorage (3-6 June, 2003 in Cannes, France) who are wondering if they have a cost-effective infrastructure to support their disaster recovery strategy, a special Interoperability Lab within the conference will provide answers. In the iLab, numerous storage vendors will demonstrate their mutual interoperability, how SNIA technology specifications make a difference to end-user installations, and will show iSCSI at work.
On hand in the iLab will be “vendor-neutral” technology experts who will be available to answer candid and specific questions posed by delegates.
Themed areas will include: business continuance; storage network management; heterogeneous fabric; and virtualization.
Following successful conferences in Seville in 2001 and Cannes in 2002, Storage Networking World-EuroStorage will unveil a compelling roster of end-user case studies when it opens on 3 June at the Hotel Martinez in Cannes, France. Among those users will be Peter Caiazzi, CTO of Benetton, who will provide a keynote address to delegates from the end-user’s perspective. Noted television anchor, producer and business journalist Christine Ockrent will open the event with a keynote presentation. In addition to her role as producer and anchor of the weekly current affairs program France Europe Express on France 3 Television, Ockrent is president of the advisory board of METRO International France and is a columnist for various European newspapers.
Among the end-user case study presenters are: Herman Oggel, Managing Director, Dedigate (Belgium); Janos Vrbata, IT Continuity Manager, UBS Switzerland (Switzerland); Mark Sweeney, Principal Consultant, Morse (UK); Anthony Clarke, Open Systems Team Manager of MTS, T-Systems Ltd. (UK); Steven Pals, Senior IT Manager, Belgacom (Belgium); and Bodo Bronnmann, Head of Information Technology; Kraftfahrt-Bundesamt (Germany).
In addition to user case studies and presentations from industry leaders, the program will offer special SNIA-Europe tutorials on 3rd June that offer tips, tools and techniques covering topics like disaster recovery, backup/restore, virtualization, high availability solutions, and securing and managing storage networks.
Storage Networking World (SNW) is a global event series focused on growing user implementations of storage networking technologies, and is co-owned by Computerworld and the Storage Networking Industry Association - Europe. The event has a rich, educational agenda of tutorials, user case-studies, keynotes and sessions focusing on storage networking technologies. The trade conference and exposition has successfully established itself as Europe’s leading IT user/implementer storage networking event. Last year more than 700 delegates were registered. Attended by a range of IT users from CIO to CTO, data manager to enterprise architect, Storage Networking World-EuroStorage provides delegates with access to storage industry leaders and luminaries, as well as peers who have successfully tackled storage challenges.
18 sponsors will participate in Storage Networking World-EuroStorage including Brocade Communications, Ciena, Computer Associates, EMC, Emulex, Fujitsu Siemens, Fujitsu Softek, Hitachi Data Systems, HP, IBM, Inrange, LEGATO Systems,, LSI Logic, Microsoft, Nest, StorageTek, T-Systems, and VERITAS Software.
Earlybird registration through 16 May will be 950 Euro, and 1.390 Euro thereafter.
To register or for information about sponsoring or exhibiting at Storage Networking World-EuroStorage, visit www.snweurope.com. To participate as a vendor in the Interoperability Lab, contact Juergen Deicke, Interoperability Lab Coordinator, at +49 6131 84 6071 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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