Jerrold Buggert, engineering director at Unisys Corp. and the firms representative on the Transaction Processing...
April 25, 2007
Jerrold Buggert, engineering director at Unisys Corp. and the firms representative on the Transaction Processing Performance Council (TPC), is scheduled to lead the “Benchmarks for System Selection” panel next month at the upcoming Server Blade Summit.
The panel will focus on the scalability, repeatability, capacity planning and price/performance metrics for industry-standard benchmarks such as those provided by the TPC.
The conference, set for May 1-3 at the Anaheim Marriott in Anaheim, Calif., aims to educate IT end-users on how to leverage both blades and virtualization to improve IT operations while reducing costs.
The Buggert-led panel on “Benchmarks for System Selection” is part of a program covering a wide range of topics affecting server and desktop virtualization, blade server systems, server consolidation, storage, networking, systems management, power and cooling.
The summit is geared toward data centre managers, IT technical staff, resellers, integrators and vendors.