Speaker bio

David Cappuccio

David Cappuccio

Distinguished VP Analyst
David J. Cappuccio is a VP, Distinguished Analyst and Chief of Research for the Infrastructure teams within Gartner. Mr. Cappuccio is responsible for research in enterprise data center strategies and trends, data center physical design, retrofit, construction and cost models, data center cloud and hybrid strategies, power/cooling, green IT, and data center consolidation and migration strategies. His experience extends more than 45 years in the technology arena, including financial services, IT operations, market research and management consulting. Prior to rejoining Gartner in 2004, Mr. Cappuccio spent 10 years with the company, starting in 1992, in various research and executive roles, including Group VP and General Manager of Gartner's worldwide Research organization.
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Tuesday, 14 April, 2020 / 11:30 AM - 12:00 PM BRT
The Evolution of Data Center and Cloud Strategies — Working Together to Drive Business Growth

Data center and cloud strategies are now tightly linked in many organizations and deciding how to exploit both on-premises and cloud services to benefit the business is the key to a successful strategy. This session will discuss best practices IT organizations are using today to create successful hybrid environments.

Tuesday, 14 April, 2020 / 03:45 PM - 04:30 PM BRT
Top Ten Trends Impacting Infrastructure and Operations

As I&O Leaders, CIO's and CTO's struggle with maintaining existing operations, while at the same time adapting to an ever-increasing introduction of new technologies by business leaders, they rarely have time to look beyond short-planning horizons. This session is designed to look at emerging trends in both business and technology, and discuss their potential impact on IT; to enable IT leaders to get ahead of the curve.

Wednesday, 15 April, 2020 / 09:30 AM - 10:15 AM BRT
The Future of Infrastructure Is Everywhere — How Can IT Survive?

The future of IT will not be on-premises, in the cloud, in IoT or at the edge. But rather IT will transform into a combination of all of these. Rather than being defined by the technology, it will be driven by business outcomes. This transformation of IT infrastructures must evolve to support workload deployments at the right time, on the right provider, at the right cost, anywhere in the world, quickly. This session will discuss trends and best practices on this journey.

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