Lilac to add Herb photo/bio.Bartoletti bio for Lilac to pull soundbites:Dave Bartoletti has developed, delivered, and marketed leading-edge technologies for more than 25 years as a software executive at several high-profile tech and financial services leaders. He was at the forefront of the virtualization, IT automation, messaging middleware, and cloud computing technology waves as a builder, vendor, consumer, and industry analyst. Dave advises Forrester clients on cloud computing strategies, virtualization and data center infrastructures, and IT management tools and processes. He has built field support organizations, marketing teams, and innovative financial services industry solutions.Dave joined Forrester from Taneja Group, where he was a senior analyst and co-lead of the virtualization & cloud practice. Earlier, Dave was VP of marketing and on the founding team of Enigmatec, a virtualization management pioneer now owned by EMC. Previously, Dave held executive positions at TIBCO, where he built the North American professional services organization; Fidelity Investments, where he launched a suite of online portfolio management tools; and Capco, where he created the company's original software factory.Herb VanHook Vice President & Deputy Chief Technology OfficerBMC Software Herb VanHook is the Deputy Chief Technology Officer (CTO) for BMC Software, and manages the CTO Office for BMC. Herb spends much of his time with BMC customers, and focuses specifically on the technology, process and organization impacts and opportunities presented by Cloud Computing and Data Center automation models. He leads BMC’s overall Cloud strategy for the CTO office. Herb has worked in strategic, corporate development and business planning functions since joining BMC in 2005. Previous to BMC, he held several executive positions at industry analyst firm META Group (now Gartner, Inc.). While at META, Herb was executive vice president and research director, leading all infrastructure and operations research, and last serving as META’s interim president and chief operating officer prior to its sale to Gartner. Herb has more than 30 years of experience in information technology – across operations, development, support and management – including positions at IBM, CA Technologies, and Legent Corporation.
Dave ask Herb: Does this match what you’re seeing in the market? Are BMC customers starting to ask about hybrid cloud management?
And, of those 62%, 41% call out legacy internal IT processes that can’t be easily adapted to include management of hybrid cloud resources.
Dave ask Herb: Automation has been a challenge for long time in the traditional datacenter. Tell me about BMC’s approach to helping IT organizations standardize and automate IT processes.
Dave ask Herb: This is where BMC can really help, I expect. Are your customers aware of this uneven handshake?
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BMC/Forrester Your Cloud Future is Here Webinar
Making Leaders Successful
Your Cloud Future Is Here
Principal Analyst, Forrester
July 24, 2013
How IT Can Embrace The Business Demand For Cloud And
Deputy CTO, BMC Software
BMC’s Value Proposition for Clouds
Accelerate total IT velocity
Dramatically improve IT efficiency and
Enable hybrid / broker models
Superior solution architecture minimizes
total costs and empowers service