Mit Datacenter as a Service (DCaaS) bietet das ITRIS Kunden-Rechenzentrum Serverhoming für IT-Systeme. Im Gegensatz zum Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) werden beim Server Housing die IT-Systeme nicht von der ITRIS Informatik AG bereitgestellt. Aus der Tatsache, dass Sie als Kunde kein eigenes Rechenzentrum betreiben oder gegebenenfalls erweitern müssen und somit keinen Betrieb vor Ort haben, resultieren bedeutend geringere Investitions- und Betriebskosten.
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Microsoft is among the many cloud and Linux vendors supporting the first release of the open-source Docker application-deployment engine.
Docker, the open-source engine that automates application deployment, hit the 1.0 milestone this week.
Cloud vendors, including Microsoft, IBM, Rackspace and Google -- along with major Linux vendors like Canonical and Red Hat -- are all onboard in their support of Docker. Docker testers already were able to run pre-release versions of Docker on Azure in Linux virtual machines. When running on Azure, Docker integrates with Microsoft's cross-platform Azure CLI toolset, allowing users to more simply launch Docker on Azure. Microsoft officials made the source code available, and promised to merge the company's fork of the Azure command-line interface (CLI) tools back into the main project. In the even longer term, Microsoft is continuing to look at new ways of delivering applications, including by using the library OS model.
Share your knowledge and experience as a storage development professional by submitting a presentation for consideration at the 2011 Storage Developer Conference (SDC). Garth Gibson is a professor of Computer Science and Electrical and Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) and co-founder and Chief Technology Officer at Panasas Inc. Thomas Pfenning is the General Manager for Windows File Server technologies in Microsoft's Server and Cloud Division. Before joining Microsoft in 1995 Thomas worked as a researcher in computer science with positions at the Nuclear Research Center in Juelich, the University of Bielefeld, and the University of Cologne in Germany. Bret Piatt is Director of Corporate Development where he is responsible for identifying and pursuing new growth opportunities for Rackspace’s core business through M&A, strategic partnerships, or incubation efforts.
Jim Pinkerton is the Partner Architect responsible for Microsoft’s File Server Technologies, working on advanced scale-out file servers and associated technologies. Jim has helped create standards for Microsoft features in the SNIA, IETF, ANSI T11, InfiniBand Trade Association, and the RDMA Consortium, including co-chairing some of the technical working groups and authoring some of the specifications.
Andy Walls is the technical lead for IBM Systems and Technology division's deployment of SSDs. Andy been with IBM throughout his 29 year career and was appointed as a Distinguished Engineer with IBM in 2006. Leo Arulraj is a Software Development Engineer with Amazon Web Services team working on a low latency , highly scalable no-sql database webservice in the Simple Database team. Jose Barreto is an experienced IT Professional, with over 20 years in the field working in different technical roles. Roopesh Battepati is a developer in the File Server Foundation team at Microsoft where he works on NFS and remote file system components.
Dhruba Borthakur is the Project Lead for the Open Source Apache Hadoop Distributed File System.
James Westland Cain has worked as a software developer in the Television and Film post production industries for over 15 years, the last 10 of which have been spent with Quantel R&D. Neal Christiansen, Principal Software Development Lead, Microsoft Corporation Neal Christiansen is a Principal Software Development Lead for the Resilient File Systems team in the Windows Storage and File Systems Group at Microsoft (Redmond WA). Marty Czekalski brings over twenty years of senior engineering management experience in advanced architecture development for Storage and IO subsystem design, ASIC, and Solid State Storage Systems. Sanjeev Datla, senior director of engineering, joined Emulex in August 2010 as a part of ServerEngines acquisition, where he served as co-founder. Fleur Dragan is a Consultant Software Engineer in the Cloud Infrastructure Group at EMC where she works on programming APIs, language bindings, and virtualization. Jeff Goldner, Maven of Standards Based Management, Microsoft Corporation  Jeff is a strange, eclectic guy that for some reason - unknown even to himself - has spent most of his career in storage, fighting windmills like storage management. Todd Harris has been working in Hyper-V storage at Microsoft since the first release, on both VM and host-side virtualization stack drivers.  For the last couple years he has been specifically focusing his efforts on improving and extending the VHD support in Windows and Hyper-V. John Hufferd, Consultant, Hufferd Enterprises  John Hufferd is currently a Consultant for his own company – Hufferd Enterprises.
Prior to joining EMC, John had a long tenure at IBM's Lotus Software Division where he led a number of development teams contributing technology to IBM WebSphere, IBM Portal Server, Lotus Notes, and Lotus Connections. CEO and founder of Calypso Systems, Inc., industry leader in Solid state storage performance test.
Scott Kipp represents Brocade in multiple standards organizations and industry associations and has written several books on storage networking and fiber optics. Wesley Leggette, Lead Software Engineer at Cleversafe, was employee number and hails from Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago. Volker Lendecke is member of the Samba Team and Co-Founder of SerNet GmbH in Germany, independent Samba consulting, development and support organization. Dan Lovinger, Principal Software Architect, Microsoft Corporation Dan Lovinger is in the Windows File Server team with a current focus on systems architecture and performance. Sreenidhi Iyangar is a senior technical lead working with EMC data storage systems with 14 years of experience in system programming, operating system, data storage and device drivers. Christopher Marsh joined Spectra Logic in 2007 and has served in both sales and marketing roles for the organization.
Bill Martin has been involved in storage standards and product development since the early 1980s.
Harry Mason leads NetApp’s standards participation activities corporate wide, and participates in several storage related, standards’ activities.
Avraham Meir is an internationally recognized authority in NAND Flash technology and products, and holds numerous patents pertaining to this field.
Channel Images unique process allows you to multi-select images and batch upload them with individual title and description within an optional category. The simple and straight-forward interface allows for easy editing, order arranging, deleting, and selecting a cover image right from the individual entry. The DevDemon team are producing essential modules for our clients, and delivering service that goes way beyond the call of duty. Die Unterbringung der Server-Infrastruktur erfolgt in speziell für diesen Zweck konzipierten Tier-III Rechenzentrum. To sign up for more newsletters or to manage your account, visit the Newsletter Subscription Center. He manages the engineering team and engages with customers and the partner ecosystem to deliver the components related to remote file access in the Windows server and client operating systems.
He has a master's degree in Physics and a PhD in Computer Science both from the University of Cologne. He played a crucial role in the formation of OpenStack, the open source cloud software community, as well as building the Cloud Tools ecosystem for the Rackspace Cloud.
Jim’s recent work has included helping to create a new oplock model for SMB2, incorporating peer-to-peer capabilities into the file server, high speed file serving (10 gigabit and InfiniBand), and server application storage (RDMA, Remote VSS, SMB MPIO, directory oplocks, etc). He has helped create industry interop events through both SNIA and the UNH IOL iWARP Consortium. Andy has responsibility for developing leading edge Flash solutions across all of IBM's platforms. He has 23 years experience in all areas of storage systems and has filed nearly 50 patents.
He has extensive experience in storage and file systems after spending ten years at EMC in its Symmetrix and Centera groups, four years at The Open Group's Research Institute and four years at Thinking Machines working on the CM5 operating system.


He works as a senior software engineer and consultant at SerNet GmbH in Germany and is responsible for the project management in the company's Samba division. Jens-Peter Akelbein received his diploma in electrical engineering by the Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany.  For his research work on intelligent mass storages devices based on file-level protocols he received his PhD in electrical engineering by the Helmut-Schmidt-University in Hamburg, Germany. Jeremy Allison is the co-lead of the Samba Team.     He works for Google, who fund his work on Samba.
He has also worked on the publishing workflow infrastructure for Kindle E-Periodicals and other Digital Products at Amazon.
He graduated in Computer Science at the Universidade Federal do Ceara in Brazil in 1989 and holds several industry certifications, including CISSP, ITIL, MCITS, MCT and many other Microsoft certifications.
Since his undergrad days, he is giving presentation in various area. He also is representing in various technical group locally in NetApp. Anupam Bhide is a seasoned entrepreneur with more than 21 years of experience in IT Industry. He has interests in areas loosely centered around distributed systems, storage and operating systems but feels free to branch out to work on any problems that seem interesting, ranging from process priority management for IO bound processes to gene sequencing. Molly began her career at Microsoft in 1999 and has worked in a variety of local and remote file system and storage areas. He specialises in designing file based workflow solutions that are in daily use across many parts of the world, with large broadcast customers such as BBC, ESPN & WDR, and many post production facilities using his innovations. He was instrumental in the design and implementation of the current NAS system used for testing their massive MATLAB and Simulink codebase.
Prior to EMC, she worked on technology infrastructure for video and animation at both small and large firms.
Floyd holds Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from MIT. He’s had one good thought in his career, although considered highly silly at the time -  that storage management should be standards based.
He has over 2 years of experience in storage technologies, windows system programming and testing.
Prior to this he was the  Senior Executive Director of Technology at Brocade Communications, John Hufferd was responsible for defining Brocade’s technology direction and strategy of storage networks including iSCSI based, FC based, FCoE based, and NAS (CIFS, CIFS) networks.
He has a number of Java-oriented software patents and holds an MBA and an MSCS from Boston University.
Scott contributes to multiple standards organizations including ANSI T11, IEEE 802.3, OIF, IEEE 1619, SNIA, OASIS, IETF and Multi Sourcing Agreements. Greg joined Microsoft in 2007 as a member of the Distributed File System Replication (DFSR) team where he was responsible for adding cluster support to the replication engine. Wesley has done extensive research in distributed file systems, security, and dispersed storage systems. He is a graduate from Mysore University with a bachelor’s degree in engineering in Computer Science.     In his current role, he works as a lead for a major archiving product which supports cloud data storage. His field of expertise includes thorough knowledge in data storage, disaster recovery, automated tape technology, computer security and encoding and cryptography. He serves on SNIA as chair of the Data Integrity Technical Work Group in addition to active participation in the INCITS T11, INCITS T10, and INCITS T13 standards committees, holding positions of vice chair, workgroup chair, secretary, and editor. Brian has a Master in Computer Science and 20 years of experience in software development specializing in management platforms.
Mason has served on the Board of the Fibre Channel Industry Association (FCIA), has been the President of the SCSI Trade Association (STA) for each of the past nine years, and is a regular participant in the SNIA SSSI working Group. Visitor gives you total control over your site members, allowing you to use any fieldtype to define their profile. With ExpressionEngine's default install you must upload individual images one at a time to individual fields or worse embed them into your text fields. The plugin automatically renames each image and processes actions (Resize, Crop, Etc) to meet your template needs. Your modules, your work, your support are the most brilliant enrichment to the EE-Community I've seen in years! It's a platform for developers and systems administrators who want to configure and deploy distributed apps more easily.
Hadoop software engineering team in June 2011 in order to accelerate the development and adoption of Apache Hadoop.
In the 13 years leading up to his current role Thomas worked on the MSN dialup access network, Windows Networking, Mobile Information Server, WMI, and the Microsoft Sync Framework. Previously, Bret was on the Product Management teams for both Rackspace and AT&T, where he was responsible for security and compliance product lines.
He previously led the protocol documentation effort for file access protocols (CIFS, SMB, etc), and open-source engagement for implementation of the protocols (“Samba” project).
Recently he has worked closely with SNIA, including helping to create an annual file server interop event for SMB and to standardize the XAM specification (an api for remote blob storage focused on compliance requirements). He also works closely with IBM Software Group to ensure that these solutions provide differentiation for our applications.
He is a regular speaker at industry events on storage and Flash memory and regularly presents to clients, business partners and suppliers on IBM storage systems trends and requirements. In the distant past, Ric worked on the original MOSIX process migration system at Hebrew University's distributed systems laboratory. Jose Barreto is currently working as a Senior Program Manager with the File Server Foundation team at Microsoft. Recently, one of his R&D projects was to analyze the performance analysis of ISER over normal iSCSI stack.
Prior to Microsoft, he has held development positions at Oracle Corporation and Qualcomm Inc. His visionary leadership has been the quintessential guiding factor for Calsoft to become a leading Outsourced Software Product Development company. He has published in most of the major systems conferences with regularity if not great frequency, and has even helped Microsoft ship a product or two.
He currently works for Facebook and is instrumental in scaling Facebook's hadoop cluster to 30 PetaBytes.
Neal joined Microsoft in 1999 as a member of the Core File Systems Group working in the File System Filters team. Currently, he works on systems engineering issues such as sizing, virtualization, and optimization issues with their Build and Test team. Prior to co-founding ServerEngines, Sanjeev held various engineering leadership positions at ServerWorks, NEC Electronics and S3 Graphics. In this role, he sets the technical strategy for HP’s information management products.  Dr. Before joining Microsoft, he worked for Novell in the area of Network Management & traffic analysis. Tom has been involved in file systems and NFS in particular for 10 years, working for both Sun and NetApp. He is a graduate from R.V College of Engineering, Bangalore with a bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Communication. Previously he worked as a networking support specialist in the Critical Problem Resolution (CPR) group for 10 years where he provided corporate level support for the most difficult customer issues. From 1996 to 2001 he led Microsoft's participation in the Optical Storage Technology Association's standardization of the UDF filesystem.
In his current role as market development manager for Spectra, Marsh is responsible for research and analysis of the general IT commercial market. He also participates in the Fibre Channel Industry Association, leading industry plugfests for the development of Fibre Channel and FCoE; and the Serial ATA International Organization. With over 25 years of storage and semiconductor industry experience, he has been closely involved with numerous industry milestones including the introduction of the industry's first PCI component, the entry of NCR Microelectronics into the merchant semiconductor market and the launch of LSI's host adapters in the indirect sales channel.


Meir was VP of Corporate Engineering at Sandisk, and the CTO of M-Systems, a leading provider of removable storage solutions (acquired by Sandisk). This process is great for applications that require the end-user to upload several images without requiring photo editing.
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Apache Hadoop is a framework for running applications on large clusters built of commodity hardware. While at Berkeley he did the groundwork research and co-wrote the seminal paper on RAID, then Redundant Arrays of Inexpensive Disks, for which he received the 1999 IEEE Reynold B. Previously at Microsoft he was an architect in the core networking team, working on Scalable Networking technologies. For the past ten years, he has been active in the Linux file system and IO world where he helped organize workshops, inform open source developers about high end storage and helped advance the robustness of the Linux IO & file system stack. Former responsibilities were in the development teams for the IBM Tivoli Storage Manager especially on Backup and Hierarchical Storage Management.
His strength lies in identifying and unlocking optimal value for high-technology companies.
Prior to Schooner, John was director of computer system architecture at Sun Microsystems Laboratories from 1999 through 2006. In 2002 he became the lead for the File System Filters team and was involved with the design and implementation of the Windows FilterManager.
He has a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science and Mathematics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Previous industry experience includes engineering management roles at Maxtor, Quantum and Digital Equipment Corporation.
Sanjeev holds a Masters Degree in Electronics Design from Indian Institute of Science, and a Bachelors Degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Osmania University in India. She has been involved in developing NDMP test framework and a data protection application by integrating Open Source Solution and storage. Kipp is on the Board of Directors for the Ethernet Alliance and has written three books for the Fibre Channel Industry Association (FCIA), another entitled Broadband Entertainment and co-authored the Handbook on Fiber Optic Data Communications.  He has a Bachelors and a Masters degree in Electrical Engineering from Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, California. Before joining Microsoft, he worked on a variety of autonomous robotics and genetic algorithm research projects for the US Air Force and Wright State University. He develops, manages and oversees strategic relationship management with industry partners to maximize mutual corporate benefits.
Bill currently works in the Office of Technology for Emulex leading industry storage standards. Previously, he held senior technical positions at Tadiran Communications, a leading provider of military communication systems.
Prior to co-founding Hortonworks, Eric served as VP Hadoop Software Engineering for Yahoo!.
Johnson Information Storage Award for outstanding contributions in the field of information storage. Bret has more than 12 years experience working for service providers on leading edge projects and technologies from the beginning of VPN services to the currently emerging public cloud computing market.
He helped to define advanced network device interfaces on Windows, including offload work for TCP, RDMA, IPSec, and the Chimney architecture. As part of the IBM Linux Technology Center his team developed the service product IBM Scale-out File Services being productized as storage product IBM Scale Out Network Attached Storage (SONAS).
Molly has a BS in Computer Science from the University of Virginia and a MS in Computer Science from the University of Washington. In this role, John led research in multi-core processors, multi-tier scale-out architectures, and advanced high-performance computer systems. At NetApp, he has worked in a number of areas including new product design and development, frequent customer engagements and is currently the Senior Technical Director for the Microsoft Business Unit.
She also has experienced on developing plugin for NetBackup OST for a leading storage vendor. At the technical level, he leads the test architect and Quality Team in US and in India as a test technologist and a quality Czar. Chris is also an active member of SNIA’s Cloud Storage Initiative, Cloud Archive Special Interest group, and a part-time member in the Long Term Retention Technical Working Group. Bill has been recognized by INCITS and FCIA for his contribution to standardization of storage protocols and interoperability.
He is a also frequent speaker on cloud computing and big data technology at major industry events.
Jens-Peter is head of the department Storage Systems Architecture in IBM R&D in Mainz, Germany.
He has published over 20 papers in various international conferences and won the best paper award at VLDB database conference. Czekalski has participates in multiple interface standards committees and industry storage groups. For these companies, he held various senior positions with responsibilities that ranged from product line management to strategic marketing and served as the business unit director for storage products for a number of years. At Panasas Garth led the development of the PanFS Scale Out NAS in use in government and commercial high-performance computing sites, including the world’s first Petaflop computer, Roadrunner, at Los Alamos National Laboratory. He will be speaking at the Storage Developer Conference on his research on Storage Device Emulators which won a Best Paper award at FAST 2011. Prior to Sun, John was VP of engineering and business partnerships with Diba, Inc., and was general manager of the Diba division after Sun acquired it in 1997. Neal also led the design and implementation of the Motorola 68000 based WMCS operating system for Wicat Systems. He was a founding member of the Serial Attached SCSI Working Group during that lead to the development of Serial Attached SCSI.  He currently serves as Vice President and member of the Board of Directors of the SCSI Trade Association. Jibbe and his group define the test strategy and test processes,  and develop the test plans which maps to  the product requirements for all the NetApp APBU . Prior to Inktomi, Eric developed software for video games, video post production systems and 3D modeling systems. Through Panasas, Garth co-instigated the IETF's emerging open standard for parallelism, pNFS, in the next generation of Network File Systems (NFSv4.1).
From 1989 to 1994, John was cofounder, CTO and VP of engineering of Clarity Software, and led the creation of advanced multi-media composition and communication products for Sun, HP, and IBM computer systems (which were awarded UNIX World Product of the Year). Eric has a Master’s degree in Computer Science from the University of California, Berkeley and a Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics and Computer Science from Carnegie Mellon University. Garth was also the principal investigator of the Department of Energy's Petascale Data Storage Institute in the Scientific Discovery through Advanced Computing program and is the co-director of the Institute for Reliable High Performance Information Technology, a joint effort with Los Alamos. From 1976 to 1993, John led many successful R&D programs at Hewlett Packard in Computer Systems Research and Development.
Jibbe identifies high priority internal and external gaps to achieve zero test escapes and Field issues respectively.
Garth also participates in the Intel Science and Technology Center for Cloud Computing as well as the OpenCirrus cloud computing collaboration with Yahoo!, Intel, HP, etc. Czekalski earned his MS degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Maryland, and his BE degree in Electrical Engineering from the Stevens Institute of Technology. Garth has sat on a variety of academic and industrial service committees including the Technical Council of the Storage Networking Industry Association and the program and steering committee of the USENIX Conference on File and Storage Technologies (FAST).
Jibbe teaches classes related to SAN, NAS, hardware simulation and Modeling, Failover Drivers, Interface protocols (FC, FCOE, iSCSI, SAS, and IB), Computer Architecture, Programming Languages and Standards, and other Basic Electrical and Computer engineering classes.



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