LEXINGTON, Mass., Oct. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Rich Bourdeau, vice president of product management at DynamicOps, a leading provider of automated IT service management software, will speak on October 21 at the Interop Conference in New York.
He will speak on "Case Studies: Automating the Delivery and Management of IT Services". The session will address how companies can improve IT service delivery while lowering costs.
Bourdeau will show how three different enterprises in financial services, publishing, and education deployed automated, on-demand access to IT resources. Each success story will provide details on how these companies now provide users with secure multi-tenant access to the virtual or physical IT resources and the automated capabilities that have lowered costs by reducing manual intervention by IT staff to provision servers or desktops.
The DynamicOps executive has an insiders' view of enterprise needs for on-demand IT services. Before joining DynamicOps, a 2008 Credit Suisse spinout, he was vice president of Product Management at Incipient, an emerging company in storage virtualization, and held product marketing and management positions at EMC.
Just last week, DynamicOps introduced DynamicOps Cloud Automation Center, the industry's first full-featured, flexible platform for defining and rapidly automating the delivery and management of on-demand IT services on a shared multi-tenant private or public cloud infrastructure, on both physical or virtual resources.
DynamicOps technology has been running in both mid-sized and large enterprises for five years, beginning with deployment across four global data centers at Credit Suisse before the financial services company launched DynamicOps and offered a commercial solution to the market in 2008. Today, DynamicOps software supports more than 100,000 virtual servers and desktops across a range of industries worldwide.
In addition to the new product launch, two weeks ago, DynamicOps said it had signed a multi-year licensing and distribution agreement with Dell, where DynamicOps software will be a component of Dell's recently introduced Virtual Integrated System architecture.
DynamicOps offers software that simplifies and accelerates the automation, optimization, and delivery of heterogeneous virtualized IT services. The company is privately held and based in Lexington, MA. www.dynamicops.com.