Phoenix, AZ, October 31, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Brinkster, a leading provider of custom Cloud Infrastructure as a Service, today announced that it will be the official host for the Arizona Chef meet-up community.
The inaugural Arizona Chef meet-up is scheduled for Thursday, November 7th at 6:00pm (MST), inside Brinkster’s new downtown Phoenix, AZ headquarters. “The goal for these meet-ups is to cultivate the Arizona Chef community. Our objective is to create an open dialogue environment amongst the attendees and allow them the opportunity to grow their own personal networks. Question, discuss, learn, and grow – these are the foundational elements we will incorporate in every meet-up,” says Walter Batterson, Systems Architect at Brinkster.
With over 14 years of experience in offering, maintaining, and developing cloud-based solutions, Brinkster is an ideal host for the Arizona Chef community. “We have a great library of real-world scenarios from which to pull from that we can reference in these meet-ups. Theory is one thing, but being able to apply it in a real-world scenario is where a true understanding of the technology happens,” says Nathaniel Kemberling, CTO at Brinkster.
Brinkster is a leading provider of custom Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). It provides custom designed enterprise infrastructure solutions based on an advanced patent pending custom hardware platform that is hosted and managed from their world class data centers. Brinkster's industry leading solutions deliver cutting edge performance, higher utilization rates, and lower TCO (total cost of ownership). Their solutions include virtualization infrastructure, storage, backup and DR (disaster recovery), DDOS/Network Attack Mitigation and Cloud Scrubbing, Desktop as a Service, and Hosted Encrypted Email. For more information, please visit http://www.brinkster.com.
For additional information, please visit – http://www.meetup.com/Opscode-Chef-Meetup-AZ/events/145576102/