Brought to you by Tabor Communications and nGage Events, The Advanced Scale Forum is the convergence of two conferences – Leverage Big Data and Enterprise HPC – to bring together a power forum created to solve challenges in the build-out of scalable advanced enterprise computing solutions. This convergence reflects the current state of the enterprise as they increasingly leverage High Performance Computing (HPC) to solve modern scaling challenges with in this the big data era.
The Advanced Scale Forum is not a typical trade show. It is a “power summit” focused on bridging the challenges that CTOs, CIOs, database, systems & solutions architects, and other decision-makers involved in building systems and applications that require increasing amounts of performance and throughput. Focus areas will include Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, Blockchain, Cloud, Deep Learning, HPC, Hybrid IT, IoT – Edge to Core Analytics, Machine Learning and more. By establishing relevant themes and providing opportunities such as boardroom sessions, 1:1 meetings, and networking & entertainment sessions, this summit accelerates the search for solutions, getting everyone closer to their goals. Our VIPs leave the summit well versed and up to speed on the state-of-the-art technology solutions available to them.
Conference expenses are fully paid for qualified attendees, including flight, hotel, meals, and summit badge.
Are you a senior technology or business executive seeking larger-scale accelerated computing solutions? Do you deal with data intensive computing, and need better answers now?
During the plenary sessions, summit delegates across the spectrum of industries will hear technical insights from subject matter experts solving advanced scale computing challenges. Presentations are tailored by conference co-chairs, Datanami Managing Editor, Alex Woodie and Doug Black, EnterpriseTech’s Managing Editor, and informed by an advisory board engaged with the challenges and opportunities at the advanced scale level of computing. The content is designed to provide the audience with in-depth information addressing the trends and opportunities facing today’s organizations moving into new paradigms in computing.
This second phase of the summit offers summit delegates with BOF boardroom sessions that put similar profiled attendees into board rooms that examine case studies in advanced scale computing solutions by leading solutions providers followed by open discussion. These engaging sessions encourage dialogue and create real engagement that helps with information sharing and networking.
The most powerful part of the summit — the 1:1 meetings — put users in across a table with leading solutions providers to discuss challenges and solutions. Executives will sit down for private round-robin discussions with pre-selected solutions providers who are able to help with their current challenges. These meetings are designed to create the opportunity to explore new possibilities and discover new solutions for solving Advanced Scale challenges.
Hard work deserves a reward, and our summit offers multiple opportunities to unwind and build rapport with peers through exquisite dining, entertainment, and networking events. The event kicks off with an optional round of golf and each day consists of breakfast, lunch, and breaks for continued networking opportunities. Each day will conclude with a night full of networking and entertainment designed for delegate and sponsors to break bread, relax and get to know one another on a social level – creating a networking environment that is second to none.
The exponential growth of data presents both challenges and opportunities to today’s business.
In the past few years, cloud computing has become a reliable platform upon which companies can bet their businesses.
AI – machine learning, deep learning, business intelligence, and robotics process automation – is fundamentally changing the way information is gathered, stored and leveraged, allowing greater insight to be derived from greater volumes of corporate data.
Data from sensors on distributed equipment and devices are pouring in from all over, exponentially increasing data volumes along with the need for edge processing.
Since its invention in 2013, container technology has proliferated across Linux environments – both among enterprises with advanced scale compute requirements and in the HPC world.
Modern enterprises continue to face the challenge of implementing new technologies to manage the ever-diversifying landscape of HPC workloads.
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