200 IT and DC professionals and business leaders are expected to attend the Indonesia Cloud and Datacenter Digital Summit – Join us!
Indonesia’s position as the largest economy in Southeast Asia has fueled its rise in the Cloud Computing, and Data Center industry. Coupled with relatively low startup and operational costs, the country is rivaling traditional Cloud Computing, Cybersecurity, and Data Center hubs. Data Centers in Jakarta alone are set to witness a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 21.8% in the years 2019-2024 , the highest for any city in Southeast Asia (Cushman & Wakefield Datacenter Report 2019).
The central government’s decision to enact and relax Data Sovereignty Laws, has served as a framework for the industry at large. Strict data localization laws, once created a regulatory structure that drove demand. However, the subsequent move to ease legal restrictions, and the continued robust demand, has reassured the major players in the industry. Fears of a market crash were quickly allayed. This flexibility and willingness to evolve makes Indonesia distinct from many of its closest competitors.
International heavyweights in public cloud such as Alibaba Cloud, Amazon Web Services (AWS), and Google Cloud have recognized this tremendous growth potential of the country and seized the chance to open datacenter operations within the country. Though Cloud Computing expansion remains on an upward trajectory, power infrastructure is still an issue throughout the country. Latency arises as a major stumbling block to the massive Cloud Computing growth lying within reach.
Additionally, Indonesia’s decision to shift its capital opens the field up to a vast number of new entrants. The plan to move the administrative heart of the country to Borneo, presents an opportunity for businesses to work together with governmental organizations, and embark on Digital Transformation and Cloud Migration strategies. The degree of changes in Indonesia necessitates an in-depth analysis of the different strategic directions available for companies in the market.
With an eye sharply trained towards the massive growth opportunities in Indonesia, and the seemingly inevitable pitfalls of entering a new market, W.Media will be bringing the 2020 edition of the Cloud and Datacenter Digital Summit to Indonesia.
Agenda - 9th December 2020
Interviewee: Benedict Sulaiman, PT Bank KEB Hana Indonesia
|9.30AM||Chairman Welcome Address|
|9.35AM||[Keynote] Accelerating Digital Transformation: The Case for Indonesia
Data centers are the backbone of the region’s digital economies and is poised to play a key role in the development of the ICT sector. As a destination for hyperscale data center investments, Indonesia has shown remarkable development in e-commerce and cloud adoption. This puts the country in a strong position to lead the region as a digital economic powerhouse.
In this keynote session, Elisabeth Simatupang, Country Manager of SpaceDC shares what businesses can do to enhance the country’s digital infrastructure, create new jobs for the Indonesians in the ICT sector and support even more companies hoping to digitalize and build for the future.
Elisabeth Simatupang, SpaceDC
|9.50AM||[Keynote] Innovations and Trends in Indonesia’s market: National competitiveness through digitalization
Tony Seno Hartono, ICT Practitioner
|10.05AM||[Keynote] Leveraging Digital Ecosystem for Indonesia’s Business growth
Today’s business competition will highly rely on how a business entity manage their data. Market size, rapid technology penetration, and massive digital transformation in business operation make Indonesia growing better than other ASEAN country. neuCentrIX as part of leading state owned enterprise will highly contribute to digital economy business growth.
Aside from the leading facility, technology, and infrastructure, national policy on digital economics will excel the whole landscape of digital business nationwide. Leverage your business, because the future is now.
Dian Rachmawan, PT Telkom Indonesia
|10.20AM||[Panel Discussion] Has the pandemic changed business practices for good? From remote work to online payments
Ted Hilbert, Digital Transformation Evangelist
Carolyn Harrington, SpaceDC
Fanky Christian, PT. Daya Cipta Mandiri Solusi
Dr. Naresh Makhijani, OTI Management Consulting
Moderator: Erick Hadi, Electronic Science Indonesia
|10.50AM||[Panel Discussion] Data Center Deployment: Best Practices in the face of Surging Demand and new EDGE use cases
Palaniappan Muthuraman, Piller Power
Tamas Balogh, H1 Systems
Gunawan Santoso, Northstar Group
Moderator: Sabarinathan Sampath, ZNet Technologies
|11.15AM||[Keynote] Data Center Power-at-Scale – which UPS topology has 5 times the resilience and can simultaneously eliminate annual maintenance shutdowns?
As data centre capacities continue to grow in size and power demand, secure power system design, resilience, efficiency and simplicity become increasingly important to the financial success and ultimate viability of the data center. Power-at-scale is a challenge to build and optimise while preserving the environment, eliminating downtime and keeping the total cost of ownership under control. In this presentation we seek to explain the 3 fundamental UPS topologies and tease out which one can deliver on these key performance factors.
Palaniappan Muthuraman, Piller Power
|11.35AM||[Panel Discussion] Edge Computing in Indonesia: Growth Opportunities for AI, IoT, and Beyond
Tanto Suratno, Telkomsigma
Juan Kanggrawan, Jakarta Smart City
Johnson Lopulisa, The Jakarta Post
Moderator: Daryl Dunbar, Consultant
These events are open to any strategic or business person whose function interacts with the enterprise or service provider and that comprise the increasingly complex technology purchaser/decision-maker chain, to include:
- C-level management: CEO, CIO, CTO, CFO, COO, CSO, CISO
- Senior Executives: Heads of Datacenter & Cloud Operations, Head Procurement, Head of Cloud Function, Head of Datacenter Facilities, Head of Infrastructure
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