Storing data costs - but storing data badly costs even more, so ensuring your IT and communications infrastructure is run effectively, efficiently, safely and securely is vital
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In terms of the international data centre market, Ireland punches above its weight, hosting nine of the top then world leading IT companies, many of whom are looking to base their data centres here. Global companies, Google, LinkedIn, Apple and Facebook have recently selected Ireland as their base for a data centre, thus securing a number of significantly sized carrier neutral co-location data centres.

DataCentres Ireland is a unique opportunity for those based in Ireland and abroad to network with peers, listen to new ideas, understand the latest approaches and get the latest information which can increase the resilience of their operation, whilst improving their efficiency and thus contributing to their bottom line, whether that be for data centres, server or comms rooms.

Storing data costs but storing data badly costs more. Whatever the size of your organisation, how you store the ever growing amount of data is important to the success of your business and the amount you need to store is growing exponentially.

Ensuring your IT and comms infrastructure is run effectively, efficiently, safely and securely is vital. Whether your infrastructure is a server room with a couple of stacks, a series of comms rooms or a full blown data centre attending DataCentres Ireland will be of direct benefit to you.

DataCentres Ireland Conference


The conference programme is your opportunity to benefit from revealing and thought-provoking insights from high profile speakers.

Gain valuable insights from over 70 stimulating conference sessions covering all aspects of data centre infrastructure including: design, legislation, power, cooling, DCIM, training, cabling and security delivered by leading industry experts.

Speakers include:

  • Peter Gross- vice president- Mission Critical Systems, Bloom Energy;
  • Barry Rhodes- CEO-INex- chair/ facilitator for Strategy Stream;
  • Jerry Sweeney- MD- Cork Internet Exchange- panellist for Strategy Stream;
  • Robert Tozer- CEO- Operational Intelligence;
  • Doug Cunningham- CEO-Ireland-France Subsea Cable Limited.

Attending the DataCentres Ireland Conference or Exhibition is free and is your chance to meet the colleagues, suppliers, peers and solution providers who can help.

Cloud and IT Security Ireland Show


The Cloud and IT Security Ireland show is designed to address the needs of the organisations who have or are considering migrating some or all of their IT needs to the cloud.

Utilising a combination of end user case studies, interactive panel discussions, specialist and technical papers and the experience from experts and peers, the Cloud and IT Security Ireland Conference delivers practical information and advice, demonstrates best practice and discusses the various options available (now and in the future).

The worlds of outsourcing, hosting, managed services and cloud, continue to converge bringing an unprecedented range of third party provider choices to the market. Users will increasingly seek options that enable them to make rational decisions about how and where to run applications and tasks based upon workload profile, policy, security and SLA requirements. But how will the resulting hybrid multi-cloud environments be configured, priced and delivered? How? By whom? Will they be aggregated? Integrated and managed?

Themes addressed will include:

  • What are the choices and issues you need to think about when migrating to the cloud;
  • The financial implications;
  • Choosing which cloud service is right for your business? Does one size fit all?
  • Security and the cloud;
  • Legal aspects and responsibilities.

Speakers include:

  • Paul C Dwyer- CEP- Cyber Risk International
  • Simon McGarr of McGarr Solicitors will be addressing what are the legal responsibilities for Cloud?
  • How to build your cloud using Openstack, open source will be discussed by Jerry Sweeney, CIX
  • Business continuity- Gunter Bayer, Vcloud

Cloud and IT Security benefits from being co-located with DataCentres Ireland- the leading event in the sector. This means that exhibitors to Cloud and It Security will have access to an additional 1000+ attendees, of whom over 50 per cent stated that they were interested in cloud and IT security products, service and solutions.

The exhibition is your opportunity to view a range of companies who can assist you in the right solution for your company’s specific aims and needs.

Current exhibitors


Meeting the right people is central to the DataCentres Ireland experience. With such a large concentration of industry expertise in one place, more than 70 industry-leading exhibitors, you’ll never have a better opportunity.

Exhibitors include:

Acal BFI UK

Aggreko Ireland

Business Solutions Magazine

Carrier

CBRE

Certification Europe

Clarke Energy

CommScope

Cummins

Cyber Risk International Ltd

DataCentres Advice Clinic- Sponsored by Vincent Byrne Consulting

Delotas

E & I Engineering Ltd

Eaton Electric Ltd

EcoCooling

Eltek Power (UK) Ltd

Emerson Network Power

E-TEC Power Management Ltd

euNetworks

FG Wilson Engineering (Dublin) Ltd

Gas Networks Ireland

Great Lakes International Limited

Gromtec Europe Ltd

Hanley Controls Clonmel Ltd

Host in Ireland

ICT Room

Industry & Business Magazine

Kedington Ltd

Lockout Safety.com

Mafi Mushkila

Methode

Metz Connect

Powerpoint Engineering

Precision Cables Ireland

Primary Integration Solutions Europe Ltd

PSE Power

Rahi Systems

Rittal Ltd

RSP Radio & Security Products Ltd

Sol Distribution

STARLINE

Square Mile Systems

Temple

The Siemon Company Ltd

Thorlux Lighting

Universal Electric Corporation

Vcloud.ie

Weatherite

Wisetek

ZG Lighting (UK) Limited

Networking reception


A networking drinks reception open to exhibitors, sponsors, speakers and key delegates from DataCentres Ireland, Cloud and IT Security will be held to celebrate the end of a successful first day. Join us relax, have a chat, enjoy a drink and network with colleagues, supporters, sponsors, exhibitors and speakers.

For the latest information and to register to attend DataCentres Ireland or Cloud & IT Security Ireland log on to www.datacentres-ireland.com or www.cloud-itsec.com respectively.

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In terms of the international data centre market, Ireland punches above its weight, hosting nine of the top then world leading IT companies, many of whom are looking to base their data centres here. Global companies, Google, LinkedIn, Apple and Facebook have recently selected Ireland as their base for...