CHEYENNE, WY - October 31, 2011 - Green House Data, a leading data center service provider highly regarded for their energy efficient strategies in both cloud hosting and colocation solutions, announced today that their President, Shawn Mills, has been selected as both moderator and featured panel member during a session at Information Management Network’s (IMN) Fall Forum for “Financing, Investing & Real Estate Development for Data Centers.”
The panel will be discussing the future of colocation agreements. Mr. Mills will be sharing the latest in colocation which will include: the pros and cons of single failure SLAs vs. no fail SLAs, infrastructure maintenance secrets and tips to delivering a high level of service in a multi-tenanted data center environment. Additional panel members include:
Barry Novick, Global Data Center Manager, BlackRock, Inc.
Derek Schwartz, Executive Director, Green Data Center Alliance
Jeffrey A. Moerdler, Member, Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C.
“Its an honor to have been chosen by IMN as both moderator and panel member discussing next generation colocation agreements.” stated Shawn Mills, President of Green House Data. “As buyers of colocation space are becoming more sophisticated, our data center has adopted a progressive service level agreement standard and I welcome the opportunity to speak about our experience.“
This conference is designed to discuss the current economic environment faced by data center owners, operators and financers so they can stay abreast on the important topics and trends within the industry. The event will take place at the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza in Los Angeles, CA on November 9 – 10, 2011.
“Determining the most appropriate colocation contract requirements and SLA standards is always a hot topic for companies,” stated Steven Glener, with IMN. “Green House Data will be able to offer their expertise regarding the considerations an organization must evaluate before entering into a colocation service agreement. “
About Green House Data:
Green House Data is an SSAE 16, Type II data center offering premium cloud hosting and colocation services without the high price tag. The facility is powered by 100% renewable wind energy and operates 40% more energy efficiently than traditional data centers. Additional solutions available include managed servers, managed storage, dedicated infrastructure, disaster recovery and offsite backup.
Since 1994, IMN has presented executive level conferences of the highest quality to the institutional finance and investment markets worldwide, each one a carefully packaged event combining excellent educational sessions with ideal networking opportunities. With approximately eighty conferences now held in over thirty cities across the globe, IMN has become a leading global provider of information. For more information, please visit http://www.imn.org/.