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From: "Jim C(dot) Nasby" <jim(at)nasby(dot)net>
To: pgsql-advocacy(at)postgresql(dot)org
Subject: [ Submit a Speaking Proposal for Storage Networking World Spring 2006]
Date: 2005-12-08 07:41:40
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Note the item on databases. Note also how databases aren't listed in
"High Performance Data Storage Applications"...

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Subject: Submit a Speaking Proposal for Storage Networking World Spring 2006
Date: Wed, 07 Dec 2005 21:59:00 -0500
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Dear IT Leader, 

Please consider proposing a speaker or presentation for Computerworld's upcoming Storage Networking World Conference, April 3-6, 2006, at the Manchester Grand Hyatt in San Diego, California. Submissions can be made at and will be accepted until 5:00pm Eastern time Thursday, January 5th, 2006 in the following content areas: 

* Selecting and Deploying Storage Networks (SAN, NAS, object-based storage, deployment, data migration, scalability, interoperability, implementation considerations and tips)

* Advancing the Data Center and its Infrastructure (operating system platforms, utility and grid computing, bandwidth requirements, scale-up and scale-out architectures, high availability, infrastructure tools, personnel and training, etc.)

* Data Protection and Security (Infrastructure protection, security policies, advanced recovery solutions, data loss, identity theft, preparing for external physical threats and/or hacker threats, disaster recovery, business continuity, public/private partnerships)

* Managing Storage Networking Technology (management tools, tool convergence, simplification, automated provisioning, SNIA standards, business processes, compliance to industry standards, Information Lifecycle Management)

* Enterprise Business Applications and Databases (Storage for Business Intelligence, CRM, ERP, HR, data mining/warehousing, applications deployment, issues and tips, SLA's, technology selection, when to replace legacy infrastructure, CEO/CFO versus the CIO, etc.)

* Deploying and Managing Storage Networking Solutions to Meet Industry Regulations (HIPAA, SEC, FDA, Sarbanes/Oxley Act, Patriot Act, surviving an audit, reporting tools, ILM, long term archiving, privacy laws, metadata, data deletion, etc.)

* CXO Insights (implementation tips, roadmaps for success, product features users need to know to make purchase decisions today, scalability, interoperability, speeds & feeds, etc.)

* Managing Deployment of Existing and Emerging Technologies (procurement of technology, project management, implementation, education, management policies, long term management and ROI expectations, interoperability, outsourcing, data migration)

* Critical and Emerging Technology Topics (Virtualization, security, utility computing, clustered & distributed file systems, policy automation/storage administrator work flow automation, changing technology economics create new applications of technology, ILM, object based storage, continuous data protection, digital rights management, service oriented architectures, RBOD, Raid 6, search engines, optical/holographic storage, etc.)

* High Performance Data Storage Applications (video streaming, rich media, image capture, distance learning, high performance computing/grid computing for government and scientific research, object-oriented storage, etc.)

* Deploying and Managing Storage Networking for Small/Medium Business (Technology selection criteria, SI/Vendor selection criteria, operational considerations, special technology features, ROI/TCO, case studies and lessons learned, outsourcing)

While not required for submission, representatives of IT end-user companies are the most preferred as presenters. (If you represent an IT vendor organization, we recommend you ask and/or facilitate securing an IT end-user customer to present. If you represent an IT vendor organization and you prefer to submit an executive speaker from your company -- rather than an IT end-user customer/executive -- we strongly recommend you propose your senior-most executive -- CEO or COO -- as those titles are the most likely vendor speakers to be considered.) 

Thank you in advance for your consideration and speaker/presentation proposal! 

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Framingham, MA 01701 

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Jim C. Nasby, Database Architect                   jim(at)nasby(dot)net
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