Santa Clara, CA (PRWEB) June 29, 2012
Gale Technologies, a leading provider of cloud management solutions that power Infrastructure as a Service for enterprises, labs, and service providers, announced a keynote at IEEE 8th World Congress on Services (Services 2012) that will be delivered by Dr. Akhil Sahai, vice president of product management at Gale Technologies. Services 2012 is being held June 24th to 29th 2012 in Honolulu, Hawaii.
The growing use of private or on-premise cloud deployments is drawing attention to new challenges such as orchestration of physical and virtual resources as well as QoS and multitenancy, said Akhil Sahai, vice president of product management at Gale Technologies. IEEE conferences draw thought leaders from across the globe to define the evolution of technology. I am pleased to be speaking at the keynote about best practices and challenges of service delivery over private and hybrid clouds at Services 2012.
Keynote: Best practices and Challenges of Service Delivery Over Private and Hybrid Clouds, June 29th, 10:15AM – 11:45AM.
Abstract: While Application delivery has become increasingly service-oriented, Data Centers are coalescing around Private and Hybrid Clouds. In addition to the ubiquitous access, favorable economics and ease of use that service delivery over Cloud environments bring, they also lead to lot of challenges that need to be addressed. While virtualization is taking hold in data centers, services being delivered on such Cloud environments often span physical and virtual resources and are increasingly federated. Delivering tiered services with QoS and managing them over their life-cycle on top of such heterogeneous, multitenant and federated environments pose new set of issues. In this presentation, we will explore challenges, economic considerations and best practices to address service-delivery over cloud environments.
About Dr. Sahai
Dr. Akhil Sahai has over 20 years of experience in the area of Enterprise Software, System and Services Management and Data Center Automation. His career is distinguished by identifying new business trends, technologies and growth opportunities, forging key strategic partnerships and leading rapid development of pioneering and innovative products that have resulted in millions of dollars in revenues. He is currently the Vice President, Product Management at Gale Technologies. Before Gale, he directed Cloud and Network Services Strategy at Cisco for strategic partnership with VMware and led sales enablement for the VCE coalition at Cisco for service provider customers. At VMware, before that, he managed global product strategy for vCloud Director Software with focus on applications, vCloud API, and Virtual appliances/vApps. Previous work at HP and HP Labs, in the area of web services management led to creation of an HP division. He was also one of the initial members of the Hewlett Packard E-speak project that pioneered the paradigm of next generation web services over the Internet. He has published 80+ refereed papers, written a book on web services management and 4 book chapters, chaired multiple IEEE/IFIP conferences and has filed 20 patents (with 12 granted). He has a PhD from INRIA, France, and an MBA from Wharton.
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Gale Technologies is a provider of infrastructure automation software that allows organizations to streamline the deployment of on-premise and hybrid clouds for self-service access to infrastructure. The GaleForce software provisions physical, virtual, and public cloud resources and turns generic compute, network, and storage resources into shared converged infrastructure with fully automated end-to-end provisioning, to deliver infrastructure as a service. With open APIs and a plug-in automation framework, GaleForce provides the widest heterogeneous coverage across hypervisors, servers, and network and storage devices in the industry today yielding rapid deployment of private and hybrid clouds for optimized CAPEX and dramatic OPEX savings. Gale Technologies is headquartered in Santa Clara, California, and serves a global customer base with offices in North America and Asia. For more information, visit http://www.galetechnologies.com.