A closer look at the Indonesian Data Center market

Event Summary

With the global rise in demand for Cloud services, data centers have been proliferating in Southeast Asia. Given the recent acceleration of cloud migration due to COVID, Hyper-scalers are on the lookout for new locations and markets to meet the rising demand. 

Right in the center of this battleground is Indonesia, home to the world’s 4th largest internet population1. Over a billion US dollars’ worth of datacenter investments have gone into Indonesia1 in just this year, and datacenters 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). 

With this rapid infrastructure development and huge population to draw on, the potential for digitalisation in this market is nearly limitless. But this potential brings with it the challenge of harnessing and securing the data created, to ensure that Indonesia can continue to compete with matured neighboring markets.

Why is Indonesia a hotspot for Data Center Investments?  What are the constraints faced by investors, and what are the technologies available to help?

This session, “A closer look at the Indonesian Data Center marketwill aim to answer such questions. Over the course of one hour, we will take a deeper look into what makes Indonesia a lucrative destination for datacenters and how we can better position ourselves to drive sustainable growth and innovation in this exciting market.

Agenda - 21st January 2021

Time (GMT+7) Topic
10.25AM Welcome Address
Derrick Lau, Director Enterprise Accounts & Marketing, Johnson Controls
10.30AM [Keynote] The state of datacenter affairs in Indonesia
The data center marketing in Indonesia is projected to grow at 11% annually from 2019 – 2025. What is fueling this growth and where is this leading Indonesia to? With Andy’s vast knowledge and experience in Data Centers, he will explain current trends and share what can be expected for the Indonesian market in the coming years.
Andy Hobbs, Senior Managing Director, Data Centre Solutions, CBRE APAC
10.40AM [Keynote] The Indonesian Market through our lens
JCI first entered the Indonesia market back in 1971 and has since evolved from channel to direct business to better the increasingly difficult challenges faced by our customers. JCI Indonesia today has built on our strengths in HVAC, BMS, Fire and Security to Digital space, addressing the call by our Data center customers to become a strong Technology Partner.
Hendrikus Gozali, Country General Manager, Johnson Controls 
10.50AM [Panel Discussion] Indonesia’s Data Center Segment: The drivers, the constraints and solutions

  1. The rapid adoption of cloud computing in Indonesia.
  2. The restraints on growth facing Indonesia as a DC hub.
  3. Technology that is available to help with rapid changes.

Panelist: Andy Hobbs, Senior Managing Director,  Data Centre Solutions, CBRE APAC
Panelist: Kevin Wee, Director, Data Center Vertical Market (APAC), Johnson Controls
Panelist: Weng Mingqiang (David), Director of Huawei Indonesia DC Facility Business, Huawei
Panelist: Hendra Suryakusuma , Indonesia Data Centre Provider Organisation
Moderator: Derrick Lau, Director Enterprise Accounts & Marketing, Johnson Controls

11.20AM Q&A Session
11.30AM Closing Remarks
Derrick Lau, Director Enterprise Accounts & Marketing, Johnson Controls

Qualified Audience
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 
  • End-users

Get in Touch
If you are a Technology Service Provider and will like to explore opportunities to get infront of our audience, do reach out to us at partner@w.media

Event Speakers:

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The new norm: Optimizing database workloads to do more with less

Event Summary

The infrastructure of the future will be simple, resilient and agile. Is yours?

These days, it seems that agility is more important than sheer power or size when it comes to data storage. Recent economic volatility has revealed the ways in which traditional infrastructure can leave even the most robust enterprises on their backfoot when a shakeup in work structures occurs. Adopting flexible data management solutions allow you to drive growth regardless of changes to your business environment.

But simply adding new cloud technologies doesn’t guarantee cost or time efficiency.  Cloud is not the final destination, it is just one of the operating model of your hybrid IT and multi-cloud strategy.  Extraneous software licenses, disparate oversized hardware, redundant standby equipment and environment as well as legacy application development models, for instance, can add burdens to your system and greatly hinders the pace of your digital transformation.

All businesses want the ability to adopt new cloud technologies quickly and at low cost–the question is how. Data centre consolidation is the crucial next step you must take to ensure that you’re maximising your company’s capacity and agility while minimising overhead costs as well. 

ASEAN countries such as Indonesia, Thailand, and to some extent Singapore have historically been seen as lagging behind the global market in terms of cloud agility. But this may be an advantage when it comes to data center consolidation. It gives us more leeway to relook and rethink how to consolidate, optimise and automate our existing infrastructure, platform and applications, which makes it easier for us to take advantage of cloud opportunities when they come along.  

Tune into Pure Storage’s Talk: “The new norm: Optimizing database workloads to do more with less” to hear how to best take advantage of these opportunities. In this Webinar, Pure Storage will cover (1) Cost Reduction Strategies, (2) Streamlining your Systems, and (3) Agile Performance Optimization. Attendees will learn how to empower their IT departments to do more with less.

Agenda - 22nd October 2020

Time Agenda
1100 Introduction and Chairman Opening
Chua Hock Leng, Managing Director, ASEAN, Pure Storage
1105 [Presentation] The new norm: Optimizing Oracle workloads to do more with less
Danny Higgins, Head, Solution Architects, Office of the CTO, APJ, Pure Storage
1125 [Panel Discussion] Practicalities in Managing and Migrating Database Workloads – On-Prem, Hybrid or Public Cloud
Danny Higgins, Head, Solution Architects, Office of the CTO, APJ, Pure Storage
Alvin Lee, APAC Cloud Services, APAC Hub Manager, Air Liquide
Rodelio Medrano, Storage Team Lead, Cloud Collaboration & Architecture Team, GlobalFoundries
1145 Q&A Session
1155 Chairman Summary
Chua Hock Leng, Managing Director, ASEAN, Pure Storage

Qualified Audience

This event is open to any technology strategists and business leaders who make up the technology purchasing and decision-making chains, including Enterprise end-users.

*Registration is subject to approval

Event Speakers:

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Ajay Kumar
Director, Solutions Engineering – APJ
BeyondTrust


Alvin Rodrigues
Field Chief Security Officer
InfoBlox


Leonard Ong
Region Information Security Officer, APAC
GE Healthcare


Raju Chellam
Hon Vice Chair of the Cloud & Data Chapter
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Executive Briefing: Has the New Normal Shaped the “What” and “How” of Digital Transformation Strategy in Your Organisation?

Event Summary

In this Private Briefing with Oracle, you are invited to explore how you will manage your digital transformation in a new world where digital is the driver of business.

Digital transformation is happening everywhere you look from events and governments, to smart cities, sports and commerce.

But the rate of failure for digital transformation strategies is significantly high, with fewer than a third being successfully implemented due to a lack of commitment from key decision makers, poor training and even restrictive regulations and IT infrastructures.

Digitalisation and uptake of cloud applications has recently experienced rapid acceleration across the world. 

Oracle saw significant growth in cloud revenue for the final quarter of 2020 after opening a second cloud region in South Korea and being selected by Zoom to be their cloud infrastructure provider of choice to support remote working.

Register now to join this exclusive digital event for industry leaders to discuss your next digital transformation moves with Oracle.

Agenda - 16th July 2020

SGT/HKT Agenda
1100 Welcome Address
1105 Introduction to Oracle  
1110 Has the new normal shaped the “What” and “How” of digital transformation strategy in your organisation?
1130 Q&A and Closing Address

Qualified Audience

This event is open to any technology strategists and business leaders who make up the technology purchasing and decision-making chains, including FSI, Telcos, Public SectorCXO
*Registration is subject to approval

Get in Touch
If you are a Technology Service Provider and will like to explore opportunities to get infront of our audience, do reach out to us at partner@w.media

Event Speakers:

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Ajay Kumar
Director, Solutions Engineering – APJ
BeyondTrust


Alvin Rodrigues
Field Chief Security Officer
InfoBlox


Leonard Ong
Region Information Security Officer, APAC
GE Healthcare


Raju Chellam
Hon Vice Chair of the Cloud & Data Chapter
SGTech