Join us on January 20, 2021, 10:00 am PT for

Seattle data center market insights & innovations

Share in the online conversation with innovative companies such as Zayo, Structured, and Sabey Data Centers

Attendance Has Its Perks

Enjoy a cup of coffee and a pastry on us. Each attendee will receive a $10 Starbucks gift card for sharing their time.

Speakers & Panelists

This brief morning program will include speakers from several cutting-edge companies.

Rich Miller

Founder & Editor
Data Center Frontier

As the editor of Data Center Frontier, Rich does in-depth reporting and interviews the CEOs, managers, and data center professionals that are on the forefront of the data center industry and the cutting-edge of cloud computing. Drawing upon his 19 years of experience covering the data center sector, he provides news and insights on the key trends, facilities, and thought leaders driving the next phase of the Internet’s growth.

In 2005, Rich founded Data Center Knowledge, the leading news site for the data center and cloud computing business. He built the site from a one-man startup into an essential resource hub reaching more than 200,000 data center professionals every month.

Dan Stoll

SVP, Zayo Networks, West Region

Dan joined Zayo as part of the acquisition of Electric Lightwave in 2017. At Electric Lightwave, Dan led the company with a focus on delivering fiber and network solutions to large enterprise, government, education, and wholesale customers, while driving the company’s strategic differentiated support model.

Dan joined Electric Lightwave in 2000 as a business manager and held a range of leadership roles including VP of Customer Operations and SVP of Strategy and Development. Dan graduated with a BA in business from Westminster College and earned an MBA from the University of Southern California Marshall School of Business.

John D. Ford

VP, GM of SDC Seattle
Sabey Data Centers

John Ford is an information and telecommunications professional with 25 years of industry intelligence gained through extensive experience in executive management, technical sales, marketing and data center design for enterprise customers and data carriers.

Appointed as Vice-President of Sabey Data Centers in 2010, John is also now the General Manager for SDC Seattle, Sabey Data Centers largest campus and is responsible for managing that campus and developing business for a wide variety of verticals.

Craig Rhodes

Managing Director of Data Center Services
Structured Communication Systems

Craig Rhodes is an experienced professional actively engaged with various clients providing Data Center and Program Management consulting services. Craig has a unique insight into both traditional and cloud data center projects, data center strategy, process improvement, as well as business continuity planning, and organizational resilience.

Craig is a member of various organizations in the data center and technology space, including BICSI, AFCOM, ASIS, and Infrastructure Masons. Craig is also a PMP Certified Project Manager through the Project Management Institute, with a BS in Finance and MS in Organization Development (Change Management).

Lauren Jensen

Director, Data Center Operations
Providence St. Joseph Health

Lauren’s career in IT started in 1975 in the U.S. navy where he learned about infrastructure operations and facilities management. In 1978, he went to work for a company that did Top Secret DoD research and counter espionage efforts entrapping and coercing Russian Operatives to work with the USA. At that time, he was tasked to build his first data center, a radio frequency shielded enclosure to house servers, printers and operation activities.

Lauren has continued to run data centers and infrastructure operations teams, servers, databases, storage and networks all the way to his current job. Highlights along the way include building data centers for Brunswick Marine, Intermec, Getty Images, T-Mobile, and Providence. 

Bringing together forward-thinking innovators in technology

Great Giveaways

All attendees will be entered into a drawing to win prizes, such as a $350 Amazon gift card

Topics of Discussion

Connectivity, Data Centers, and Migrating Workloads in the Seattle Area

You’re invited to join forward-thinking industry experts for a virtual panel discussion about the Seattle Data Center Market.
You’ll want to tune in to this insightful webinar, whether you already have a data center in the Pacific Northwest or are considering one. Learn the ins and outs of the Seattle market from a panel representing companies with extensive experience in the area.

This is a great chance to ask questions about hybrid IT strategies and solutions to a panel of representatives from the sponsoring companies.  Slots are limited, so claim yours now!

We hope to see you at next year's event!

dcDNA Seattle 2021 has come and gone.  If you missed it, you can contact us to request a recording of the event.  We hope you’ll be able to attend the next one.

Unable to attend the live webinar? All registrants will receive a recording of the webinar the following day, so you’ll still want to sign up.