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A ex-secretária de Estado, Hillary Rodham Clinton fará discurso de abertura no Nexenta OpenSDx Summit

Nexenta (@Nexenta), a líder global de soluções de armazenamento definido por software (SDS) (#softwaredefinedstorage), anunciou hoje que Hillary Rodham Clinton, ex-secretária de estado e ex-senadora dos EUA, do estado de Nova York, fará o discurso de abertura no Nexenta OpenSDx Summit na quinta-feira, 28 de agosto de 2014, em San Francisco.

Coincidindo com o último dia do VMworld 2014, o Nexenta OpenSDx Summit é um evento exclusivo para convidados que reúne mais de 400 CEOs, CIOs, investidores e VIPs. A Nexenta acolhe este evento anual para discutir a importância e o avanço das tecnologias definidas por software, e o impacto que elas têm sobre organizações em todo o mundo, uma vez que adotem o Centro de Dados Definidos por Software. O Summit OpenSDx incluirá painéis de especialistas do setor e conversas instigantes ao redor de Big Data, Internet das coisas, mobilidade, mídias sociais e outros tópicos.

"Estamos muito contentes porque a secretária Hillary Clinton fará o discurso no OpenSDx Summit", disse Tarkan Maner, presidente e CEO da Nexenta. "Agora, mais do que nunca, os setores público e privado precisam colaborar para fornecer a tecnologia que pode impulsionar a inovação na economia global. O Summit OpenSDx irá abordar as principais questões tecnológicas e de negócios que serão a base para fazer negócios nos próximos cinco a dez anos."

Depois de quase quatro décadas de serviço público como defensora das crianças e famílias, a primeira-dama, senadora e secretária de estado americana, Hillary Rodham Clinton agora ajuda a dirigir a Fundação Bill, Hillary e Chelsea Clinton. Ela também é a autora do novo livro, Escolhas difíceis , que narra seus esforços para restaurar a liderança dos Estados Unidos após os oito anos nos quais sofreu uma grave erosão. Desde reparar nossas alianças desgastadas e negociar um cessar-fogo na Faixa de Gaza, que defendia a segurança de Israel e precedeu outra guerra no Oriente Médio, até mobilizar uma coalizão internacional para impor sanções paralisantes contra o Irã, e enfrentar a China e ajudar a reafirmar os Estados Unidos como uma potência do Pacífico, graças à liderança de Hillary, as pessoas foram finalmente capazes de dizer: A América está de volta. Ela defendeu os direitos humanos, a liberdade na Internet, a liberdade religiosa e os direitos e oportunidades para mulheres e meninas, o grupo LGBT e jovens de todo o mundo, como fez durante toda a sua carreira. Ela também batalhou pelas empresas e trabalhadores americanos ao redor do mundo para impulsionar as exportações, criar empregos no país e igualar o campo de jogo contra a concorrência desleal da China e de outros países. Na Fundação Clinton, Hillary continua seu trabalho em prol das mulheres e meninas, em prol do desenvolvimento da primeira infância, e para ajudar os jovens a obter as competências de que eles precisam para encontrar bons empregos e participar na economia global. Ela continua empenhada em tornar o sonho americano uma realidade americana.

Para maiores informações sobre Nexenta OpenSDx Summit, contate Nexenta.

Sobre a Nexenta

Nexenta é a líder mundial em armazenamento definido por software, fornecendo soluções de software de armazenamento fácil de usar, seguro e de custo ultra-baixo. As soluções da Nexenta são agnósticas em relação a hardware, protocolo e app, proporcionando liberdade de inovação e rapidez para que as organizações obtenham "verdadeiros" benefícios definidos por Cloud Computing centrada em infra-estrutura definida por software. A Nexenta permite cargas de trabalho desde Convivência social rica dirigida à mídia até a Mobilidade; desde a Internet das coisas a Big Data; do OpenStack e CloudStack às implantações faça-você-mesmo na nuvem. Fundada em torno de uma plataforma "open source" e uma visão disruptiva do setor, a Nexenta fornece suas soluções unificadas de gerenciamento de armazenamento exclusivamente de software, premiadas e patenteadas, com uma rede global de parceiros. Para obter mais informações, acesse www.nexenta.com, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn e YouTube. Além disso, faça o download do eBook recém-publicado Nexenta Special Edition Software Defined Data Centers (SDDC) for Dummies .

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