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September 09, 2009
Conference keynote session to present strategic approaches to managing complexity in HPC environments
NEW YORK, and RALEIGH, NC, Sept. 9 -- To show financial services firms on Wall Street how to take control of complexity, rPath, an innovator in automating application deployment and maintenance, will present a keynote session on real-life successes and strategic approaches to managing complexity in high performance computing environments. The keynote is part of the 2009 High Performance Computing on Wall Street conference to be held Sept. 14, 2009, at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York. A sponsor of the conference, rPath will be exhibiting in booth 222.
In the 8:40 a.m. session, "Managing Complexity in HPC Environments," Erik Troan, founder and CTO, rPath, will address the complexity concerns facing IT today.
Most IT organizations are expected to provide ever increasing service levels, while also reducing costs and dealing with the escalating complexity of high performance computing environments. This is putting pressure on IT leaders to think differently about traditional processes and management models. Reducing complexity typically isn't an option, which means that the focus needs to be on automation and rigorous process controls. After all, with proper controls, complexity can be a business enabler. Without such controls, it can be a corporate risk.
rPath's Troan, a noted Linux expert and former Red Hat executive, will discuss his vision for an automated and controlled approach to deployment and maintenance of complex applications running in HPC environments.
2009 High Performance Computing on Wall Street conference Web site: http://www.highperformanceonwallstreet.com/
rPath automates application deployment and maintenance across physical, virtual and cloud environments. rPath's innovative release automation platform is based on the industry's only commercial version control repository for managing deployed software systems. The result is an easy-to-deploy and cost-effective automation solution for rapid, low-risk and low-overhead deployment and maintenance of complex applications. rPath dramatically improves responsiveness to business lines, reduces compliance risks, and allows resource-constrained IT organizations to significantly reduce operating costs and "do more with less." Headquartered in Raleigh, NC, rPath has 70+ customers including some of the world's largest enterprises and ISVs. Visit www.rpath.com.
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