Nlyte Hosts Leadership Technology Panel At Gartner Data Center Conference
Company facilitates discussion with Dell, Social Security Administration, USAA, NASA, and VMware representatives on data center priorities and best practices.
Nlyte Software has announced Nlyte's CMO, Mark Gaydos, will be hosting an informative panel with top industry leaders at the Gartner Data Center, Infrastructure & Operations Management Conference. Nlyte customers are some of the most innovative companies in the industry. Nlyte, a leader in the October 2016 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) Tools for 3 consecutive years, will showcase its DCIM and DCSM solutions offering in Booth #216.
Held from December 5 - 8, in Las Vegas, NV, the Gartner Data Center, Infrastructure & Operations Management Conference is the premier destination for industry leaders who are influencers and transformers laying the foundation for a new digital ecosystem and virtualized data centers. Nlyte has over a decade of experience helping data center facility and IT personnel to reduce the costs of delivering on their SLAs to both internal and external customers — which we believe makes its customer representatives the ideal participants for the Gartner's panel discussion titled, Leading Companies Share Their Data Center Strategies.
Held on Tuesday, December 6, 11:15am - 12:00pm, the panel discussion will bring together Dell's Manager of Global Data Center Services, Bill Juszkiewicz; NASA JPL's Data Center Manager, Jim Chu; Social Security Administration's Director of National Support Center and Data Center Optimization Initiative (DCOI) Program Manager, Steve Nauman; USAA's IT Operations, Data Center Services, LaShonta Goins and VMware's DCIM Solutions Architect, Phil Pennington to share successful strategies and highlight changes for adapting data centers in the new cloud-based era.
"Nlyte has a long history of use by some of the world's leading data center organizations," Gaydos said. "We look forward to sharing the insights and experiences these leading professionals have to offer to conference attendees."