Speaker Spotlight: DFW International Airport, Deutsche Telekom Group & University of Bristol #SDEnterprise
The Software Defined Enterprise World Forum is fast approaching! We wanted to give you the chance to meet just some of the key industry leaders that be discussing the hottest topics and sparking debates at the event, this September.
An insight into the Industry Leaders joining the Software Defined Enterprise World Forum 2014!
Member of T-Systems CTO Office in Cloud & Partner Sales. Responsible for Cloud Infrastructure Architecture in T-Systems with special focus on Software Defined Datacenter (incl. SDN, NVF, SDS).
Join Michael Moritz, member of T-Systems CTO Office in Cloud & Partner Sales, and delve into the details of T-System’s architectural evolution. Benefit from Michael’s expertise and learn from the experience he has gained whilst taking responsibility for Cloud Infrastructure Architecture in T-Systems, which has a special focus on Software Defined Datacenter (incl. SDN, NVF, SDS).
Dewayne T. Washington, Business Intelligence Manager, DFW International Airport
Dewayne T. Washington is the author of “Get in the Stream: The ultimate guide to customer adoption”. He currently manages the BI practice at DFW international Airport and was formerly head of technology for national NAACP, CIO of the Dallas African American Museum and has 15+ years in IT, specializing in data warehousing and BI.
Dewayne’s session on day two will cover the following:
- Agile development
- Customer interaction
- Learn how to deliver value to customers quickly
- Avoid the pitfalls of spending 2 years and $20 million on a great solution that customers will never use
Dr. Reza Nejabati, High Performance Networks Group, University of Bristol
Dr. Reza Nejabati is a Senior Lecturer in High Performance Networks Group, Senior Member of IEEE and Fellow of UK Higher Education Academy at University of Bristol. He has over 15 years of academic and industrial experience in the field of telecommunication and computer science. His current area of research is in the filed of disruptive new Internet technologies with focus on application of software defined network, network virtualization, service-oriented and programmable network, cross layer network design and architecture as well as network architecture and technologies for e-science and cloud computing. He has written or co-authored over 150 peer reviewed papers and three standardisation documents.
Dr. Reza, will be speaking on day two and addressing the challenges and issues for service level programmability of high-performance network and transport functions as well as virtualising high-capacity transport network to support multitenancy.
The highly focussed session will present novel solutions based on extension to SDN technology for abstracting the technological details of the transport network infrastructure with its multitude of emerging transport and switching technologies, making it sliceable, directly accessible and controllable by network services and applications. Issues for service level programmability of highperformance networks and transport functions.
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