Douglas Alger is an IT Architect at Cisco Systems with more than 16 years of experience focusing on Data Center physical design, management and operations. He has managed about 100 Data Center projects, from all-new construction to substantially retrofitting existing facilities.
As a member of the Cisco on Cisco team Doug develops content that shares Data Center technical expertise and real-world experiences from the Cisco IT organization.
Prior to joining Cisco, Doug was a writer and editor in the News & Publications office of Syracuse University and a full-time stringer for the Los Angeles Times, where he was part of the team that won a Pulitzer Prize for its coverage of the Northridge Earthquake. He has a bachelor’s degree in journalism from San Jose State University
Greetings from the Santa Clara Convention Center’s Mission City Ballroom. I’m kicking around the fourth annual Technology Convergence Conference today and – Wi-Fi willing – posting throughout the day. First
Data Center Deconstructed tries something new tomorrow – blogging live from the Technology Convergence Conference at the Santa Clara Convention Center. I’m participating in a panel discussion about Data Center