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Cloud Computing's Best Practices for Integrating into Datacenters

Racemi CTO Charles Watt to Present at Cloud Expo in New York

Charles T. Watt , Founder & CTO of Racemi, Inc., will present a session entitled, "Integrating Cloud Technologies into the Enterprise Data Center" at Cloud Expo at the Javits Center in New York.

"This session will look at integrating private and public cloud technologies with the enterprise data center. It will cover current best practices and attempt to answer some common questions," he writes. "For example, What is actually available for implementing your own private cloud? What use cases make sense today for a private enterprise cloud? How best to move your existing applications into the private cloud? Forget the hype, what is really available from public cloud vendors? Are there any use cases that make sense for the public cloud? For a hybrid private/public cloud? Can they even be implemented? What can we expect in the future for private and public clouds?"

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As a pioneer in the dynamic computing space, he holds the patent for the first system to automate the allocation of server, network, and storage resources within the data center. He has also patented the first secure Internet server and one of the original blade server technologies.

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