Free Your Applications with a Software Defined Data Center
Written by Cloud Expo Europe   
Monday, 28 January 2013
CEO Patrick Kerpan presenting paper at Cloud Expo Europe: Software Defined Data Centers will Change the Way Enterprises Migrate and Deploy Cloud-Based Applications

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - Jan 28, 2013 - CohesiveFT, a thought leader in enterprise application-to-cloud migration and software defined networking (SDN), today released their latest whitepaper to be presented at Cloud Expo Europe.

The whitepaper is entitled "Software Defined Data Centers will Change the Way Enterprises Migrate and Deploy Cloud-Based Applications" and focuses on the new term for the concept of freeing the application layer from the the physical infrastructure layer. The paper begins with an analysis of the term and offers a point of view for the future of SDDC features with more fine grained, targeted concept. You can view the Whitepaper www.cohesiveft.com/dnld/Point_of_View_Software_Defined_Data_Center.pdf

"The point is that all of the work that's been done to virtualize the datacenter/system components - CPU, storage, network, apps, OS - has to date, resulted mostly in islands or silos of virtualisation, and especially vendor-specific landscapes. Now, increasingly heterogeneous virtualised elements can be combined and aggregated into logical resources with Software Defined Data Centres," wrote William Fellows, Research Vice President at 451 Research. "The concept of CFT's container SDDC fits well with metaphor - containers arrive at docks and are craned into configurations."

Cloud Expo Europe in London: 29 - 30 January

CohesiveFT is a Silver sponsor of Cloud Expo, hosted at London's Olympia National Hall, 29 - 30 January. In addition to presenting the whitepaper, CohesiveFT's CEO, Patrick Kerpan, will also:

Present on the topic of "Bring It All" - How Service Providers can improve customer satisfaction, decrease manual support, and increase customer retention through the Bring Your Own revolution on Tuesday, 29 January from 4:45pm - 5:10pm.

Join an all-star panel to discuss 'Why the least important thing about Cloud is Technology' on Tuesday, 29 January at 2:20pm. The panel also includes: Simon Wardley of Leading Edge Forum, Joe Baguley Chief Technologist EMEA at VMware, Chris Swan, Sam Johnston of Equinix and Christian Reilly, Manager of Global Systems Engineering at Bechtel.

Host booth 861 on the Expo floor.

For more on Cloud Expo Europe, visit http://www.cloudexpoeurope.com.

About CohesiveFT

CohesiveFT enables enterprises to run business operations in the cloud. Our solutions help migrate, transform and extend both customer facing systems and internal operational platforms. CohesiveFT lets enterprises build on existing IT resources, save money on a single, upfront migration and focus on an application-centric view of integration, governance and security.

The Cloud Container provides cloud infrastructure products and services allowing enterprises to safely migrate through a logical set of steps. The Cloud Container consists of VNS3, Server3, Context3 and coalescence services along with the offerings of our Technology Partners. The Container offers enterprises to use existing resources, software components and operating systems to target public, private, and hybrid clouds.

CohesiveFT is a leader in enterprise application-to-cloud migration and provides more application-controlled software defined networking than all competitors combined. The CohesiveFT team has decades of experience in enterprise solution-oriented cloud brokerage. Offices in Chicago, London, Palo Alto and Belo Horizonte. To find out more, please visit www.cohesiveft.com

About Cloud Expo Europe

Cloud Expo Europe is Europe's premier event for cloud computing organised by CloserStill Media Ltd, is in its 4th year. In July 2012 it was honoured with the prestigious Best Trade Show, Association of Event Organisers (AEO) Excellence Award. The 2012 event successfully differentiated itself by hosting five of Tech Target's 2010 & 2011 top ten global leaders and being the only event of its kind with an independent BPA audit of its total attendance of 4,750 delegates.