Opening The Door To Open Compute
Tuesday, March 17
11:00AM - 12:00PM
110 E 2nd St
Facebook's Open Compute Project is no longer only for companies that look like Facebook. This presentation will discuss how companies at any scale can reap the benefits of this quickly growing initiative. With more companies jumping on the Open Compute bandwagon everyone involved benefits from lower cost and higher quality that volume purchasing delivers. Organizations of all sizes will require less upfront capital expenditure to get up and running while realizing significant operational savings. While cloud computing can be attractive when getting something off the ground, running your own Open Compute infrastructure can be significantly cheaper when workloads need more scale, especially workloads that have to be sustained for the long run. Savings that can be allocated to other customer benefiting efforts. Finally, adopters will enjoy the strong support of an open community. Come and learn what OCP can do for your organization.
VP of Operations
Ron brings more than 14 years of internet services operations management and more than 28 years of software development and consumer services experience to his position of VP of operations at Riot ...Show the rest
Ron brings more than 14 years of internet services operations management and more than 28 years of software development and consumer services experience to his position of VP of operations at Riot Games. He has founded successful startups, launched ventures in other countries, gained experiences with internet service providers, and is a veteran of the US Air Force. Currently, he leads a great team of network, security, system, and database administrators who build and run the global infrastructure for Riot Games including League of Legends.Hide the rest