FASTCAST WEBINAR– Service Assurance for OpenStack™
DATE: July 17, 2014 | TIME: 2 pm ET / 11 am PT | DURATION: 30 minutes
Moving enterprise workloads into a cloud environment can be a difficult transition. You need to know that the cloud environment can ensure the performance and can meet compliance requirements. Since the cloud environment is a shared environment with multiple applications from different groups running at the same time, you need to know you are getting the performance that was allocated and that you are not being impacted by a 'noisy neighbor'. In this webinar, Intel general manager Billy Cox will discuss how Intel can help assured virtualized workloads get the performance prescribed in service contracts.
Billy Cox General Manager, Service Assurance Management, Data Center Group, Intel
Billy leads a business group delivering innovative software products that implement service level objectives using the rich set of capabilities within the data center. Prior to this role, Billy led the Cloud software strategy efforts at Intel, helping to found and co-chair the Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF) Cloud Incubator (now the Cloud Management Work Group [CMWG]). He actively works with the visible and emerging Cloud software ecosystem. Prior to joining Intel, Billy was director of systems engineering at HP. During his 14 years at HP, he was responsible for the development of all infrastructure management tools used to manage the various server and storage platforms. In his 30+ years of industry experience, Billy has led the design of compute, network, and storage solutions and participated in multiple standards efforts.
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