Access and advocacy: The foundation for innovation

  • 19. Dezember 2017
  • Webinar

Did you know the shortest distance between two points is not always a straight line? For pilots flying around the globe, the most direct route to their destination is an arc. Like the globe, our datacenters are three dimensional. The most direct route to becoming a center of business innovation starts with a consistent foundation from a trusted advisor who provides access to open source innovation, advocacy for your requirements, and ongoing guidance to help you stay on your digital transformation arc.

Join this webinar to learn:

  • The best way to manage a complicated datacenter.
  • How direct access to technology, experience, support, and security can help you innovate.
  • How having an advocate lets you focus on your business rather than being an OS vendor.


Date: 12-19-2017

Time: 11:00 am ET

Duration: 60 minutes


Part one of the three part webinar series titled The CIO's alternative to building a software-defined datacenter.

Part twoVirtualization as a path to an optimized, modern datacenter

Part threeStorage and its role in the software-defined datacenter

Thomas Cameron, senior principal cloud evangelist, Red Hat

Thomas Cameron is digital transformation strategist at Red Hat. He has been in the information technology industry since 1993 and has worked with industries ranging from high tech manufacturing, multinational financial services, information technology services, education, energy production, transportation, and large-scale retail services. Tom is a subject matter expert in a broad range of open source technologies and their application in enterprise computing to lower costs and improve agility.