At Nittygritty, we talk to many SME's that would like to upgrade their entire I. T. and applications infrastructure to pursue new opportunities but face budget and time constraints. Many would like to transition their businesses to BIM but hesitate due to the perception that its "too complicated and will disrupt current operations and projects".
Liam Southwood, will present the road map for a digital design environment or I.T. as a Service on the TechStage (Thursday at 1:15pm), at DCW 2017.
At the DCW TechStage, Liam Southwood will look at the evolution of IT as a service, with a particular focus on emergent, affordable and performant platforms for Revit model hosting and collaboration.
Now with Cloud services, we have mainframes again – always on, and available to all.
The talk will focus on the Fra.me compute platform in conjunction with different Cloud Storage providers. We will look at cost/benefits, performance benchmarks and other, less obvious, or tangible aspects such as resilience, data retention and Disaster Recovery.
● Get rid of servers
● Stop worrying about backups
● Pay as you go
● Scale up and down with demand
● Built-in disaster recovery
May, 17th, 2017
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