Appistry, the pioneer and leading provider of application fabric software, today announced that CEO Kevin Haar has been selected to present at this year's Datacenter Ventures Conference. The conference, produced by Dow Jones VentureWire, will be held on September 20 and 21 at the Fairmont Hotel in San Jose, CA.
Haar will deliver his presentation on Thursday, September 21st at 10:20 am Pacific Time, and again at 11:35 am Pacific Time. Haar will be discussing the convergence of grid computing, virtualization, and service-oriented architecture, and how Appistry is uniquely positioned to help customers take advantage of these trends.
Haar is a software industry veteran with a wealth of experience in company building. After six years of field and management experience at HP, Haar joined Rational Software in 1986 as the company's first salesperson. He played a key role in transforming the company into an industry powerhouse with over $800 million in annual revenues. Haar left Rational in 2003, following IBM's acquisition for $2.1 billion. As Senior Vice President of Worldwide Field Operations, Haar was responsible for worldwide sales, consulting, training, support, and business development, and was a member of Rational's executive management committee.
Datacenter Ventures is a forum for spotlighting the very best emerging companies and technologies, featuring some of the leading investors, analysts and entrepreneurs building startups today.
Appistry is the pioneer and leading provider of application fabric software, which IT and engineering organizations use to quickly and easily deploy large-scale, time-critical applications that are simultaneously deployable, scalable, manageable and dependable. Appistry Enterprise Application Fabric (Appistry EAF) is Appistry's flagship product. Appistry EAF offers the scalability of grid computing, the broad applicability of application servers and the manageability of virtualization in one complete solution that runs on affordable commodity-grade servers. In doing so, Appistry EAF enables customers to easily deploy and operate applications for "real-time" analytics, high-performance computing (HPC) and high-volume data processing, as well as agile web, SOA and enterprise applications.
For more information, visit Appistry online at http://www.appistry.com