Friday, February 8, 2013 at 12:20pm to 1:10pm
255 Olin Hall
Ebay operates one of the most efficient and productive technical infrastructure portfolios in the industry serving over 100 million active users that search over a half a billion items for sale at any given second, enabling over 68 billion dollars’ worth of goods to be exchanged every year. They achieve this productivity through award winning data center modularity in Arizona that is achieving free cooling year round even in temperatures breaking 120F (Project Mercury) to the world’s first data center to use renewable, on-site power generation as primary power using Bloom Fuel Cells (Project Quicksilver). Join Dean Nelson, VP of Global Foundation Services (GFS), as he shares how his team has challenged conventional wisdom to deliver unprecedented value to the business.
The event is free and open to the public.