Fidelity Investments Speakers Series Presents AOL's Curtis Brown
Please join us on October 22nd at 6 pm in Lecture Hall 1231 EBII for our next fall 2013 talk in the Fidelity Investments “Leadership in Technology” Speakers Series.
Our special guest speaker will be Curtis Brown, Chief Technology Officer of AOL. His talk topic will be “Get Big, Go Small: The AOL Micro Data Center.”
Curtis Brown is a technology leader with over 20 years of experience across a range of media, Internet and education-technology driven businesses and has an extensive background in building and managing large web sites and technical teams. An Internet pioneer, Brown built and launched one of the first music e-commerce sites, MusicBoulevard/CDNow, back in 1995. In addition to AOL, he has held the title of CTO at Skymall, Oxygen Media, The Princeton Review, CTB/McGraw-Hill and Kaplan. Brown has lectured at Columbia University in the field of Executive Information Technology Management, served as a member of the IT Technology Advisory Board at the New School and the CTO Advisory Council for InfoWorld magazine and is a founding member of the New York City CTO Club..
Abstract: At AOL, the demand for scalability often competes with the need for cost savings, power efficiency and faster deployments. Given the complexity of AOL’s technical systems this dilemma is not simply solved by cloud computing. Our micro data centers solve these problems and more.
The event is free and open to the public. Ample free parking is also available.
For directions and more information, click here.
Return To News Homepage