Past Events

CRITICAL FACILITIES ROUNDTABLE 

New Risk Management & Energy Management Issues in the Data Center

hosted by

ORACLE CORPORATION

 600 Oracle Parkway

Redwood Shores, CA

 FRIDAY , March 9 from 8:30AM to Noon

"Biological, Chemical, and Microwave Risk:              What are other Data Centers doing?"

LOOK AT REAL RISKS & PRACTICAL MITIGATIONS FOR YOUR CRITICAL FACILITY

"How would you Design your Data Center to Maximize Performance & Minimize Total Costs?"

RELIABILITY, PERFORMANCE & EFFICIENCY ARE NO LONGER MUTUALLY EXCLUSIVE

Dear Members and Guests of the Critical Facilities Round Table,

Please accept this invitation to the next Quarterly Membership Meeting of the Critical Facilities Round Table.  This invitation is intended for Critical Facility owners and operators, and their representatives, only.  Three cutting-edge Mission Critical presentations.

There is no cost for attendance or for membership in the CFRT.  Our thanks and appreciation go out to Mukesh Khattar and Oracle Corporation for their generous support of our group!

DATE & TIME:   Friday, March 9, 2007 from 8:30 AM ‘til Noon                  

LOCATION:      ORACLE Corporation, 600 Oracle Pkwy, Redwood Shores, CA                              Conference Room 6OP101

DIRECTIONS:   Oracle’s Redwood Shores campus is 22 miles south of San Francisco & 23 miles north of San Jose off Highway 101 east of the Ralston/ Marine Pkwy Exit (details at foot of page)

AGENDA:

8:30 – 9:00        Registration & CFRT Networking

9:00 – 9:30        CFRT Business & Announcements     Bruce Myatt & Charles Krieger

9:30 – 10:00      “Increasing Capacity and Managing Data Center Growth through with Energy Efficiency Methods”

Dr. Mukesh Khattar, Global Energy Efficiency Manager for Oracle Corporation will discuss recent research that will have you thinking twice about how you should design and operate your data centers.  Mukesh will extend an invitation to our members and guests to help establish and develop solutions for the Mission Critical Industry. 

10:00 – 10:45    “Managing Security Risk through Surety Methods - An Owners/ Operators Assessment Methodology to Mitigate (physical) Retained-Risk in Data Centers”

Dr. John H. Strothman, President of Strothman Associates, Inc. of Schaumberg, IL, will focus on the transfer of methods from the National Laboratories to Critical IT Facilities to assess and mitigate high-consequence risks. John specializes in Surety Engineering and Methods, is licensed in risk assessment methods, emanating through work at Sandia National Laboratories ‘Center for Security Science and Technology’.  His approach facilitates the recognition of high-impact systematic flaws (especially those of malevolent intent) in the management of critical infrastructures that elude decision-makers using other methods.

10:45 – 11:00    Break & CFRT Networking

11:00 – 11:45    “Biological, Chemical, and Microwave Hazards in the Data Center” 

Dr. Richard Jimenez, President of Applied Sciences Laboratory, Inc., Albuquerque, NM is a science and technology investigator active with the assessment of biological, chemical and high power microwave vulnerabilities in government and industry critical facilities.  Richard will explain the risks of these hazards as they relate to data centers and critical facilities, and present realistic solutions for their mitigation. 

11:45 – 12:00    CFRT Open Forum and Close             Bruce Myatt & Charles Krieger

Remember, a continental breakfast will be served, and there will plenty of time for networking and Q&A.

Thank you for your continued support of the CFRT.  We look forward to seeing you at this unusual event.

If you have any questions please visit our web site at www.cfroundtable.org, or contact Bruce Myatt at 415-748-0515.

Detailed DirectionsTake Highway 101 to the Ralston Avenue/ Marine Parkway exit, turn East onto Marine Parkway, and turn left at the first light beyond the freeway onto Oracle Parkway.  All of the Oracle Parkway Buildings will be on the right starting with 100 to 600 Oracle Parkway.  Park in lots or structure and enter reception.