Is Open Source more environmentally friendly? – London 14/05/07
|May 14, 2007|
|6:30 pm||to||9:00 pm|
Zahl Limbuwala Chair and founder of the Data Centre Specialist Group (DCSG) will give a presenatation to prime debate on the question put forward bythe Open Source Specialist Group (OSSG) – Is Open Source more environmentally friendly? This will be a combined event between OSSG and DCSG.
Venue – BCS Central London Offices, First Floor, The Davidson Building, 5 Southampton Street, London WC2E 7HA
Time – 1800 hours for 1830 start.
Free buffet and refreshments including wine.
Please email your name to the events coordinator to book a place at this event.
For further information please contact Mark Elkins via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Zahl Limbuwala (courtesy of the Data Centre Specialist Group website)
Zahl has been involved in information technology both from a career perspective and through personal interest over that last 15 years. Having started out as an electronic engineer he rapidly moved into software development, real-time system and embedded process control. He also embraced the systems, networks and security design and administration disciplines during the technical hands-on part of his career.
Since then Zahl has held a number of operational management and strategic planning roles with the managed services/service provider world. Zahl has been involved with the evolution of the data centre from the initial engineering approach to the slightly more scientific approach that’s taken nowadays.
Zahl founded the DCSG after having spent a number of years unsuccessfully trying to find a forum through which data centre skills, experience and best practices could be shared.Google+