Tales of Transformations: Brooks Serves Up Science

Meet Brooks Weisblat, VP of Technology at Frost Science, who – as he says – is responsible “for everything that has a button on it.” That’s very modest. In fact, the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science is a 250,000 square foot state-of-the-art marvel. Every part of it, from the exhibits to the wildlife tanks to the gift shop, uses the latest technology to keep it running smoothly and efficiently. Building these interconnected systems was a massive undertaking for Brooks and a small team of developers.

Brooks started his career as a web developer at a small science museum in Miami… and two decades later, he was planning the technological backbone for a $330 million new building. Have a look at how Dell Technologies centralized infrastructure helped Brooks make it happen. Here is his Tale of Transformation:

A modern infrastructure enables Brooks and his team to spend their time being creative and helping the museum’s staff think big.

If you want to learn more about how Brooks melded creativity and technology to help create a state-of-the-art modern marvel, check out this podcast.

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Marisol Bustamante

About the Author: Marisol Bustamante

Marisol Bustamante is Senior Consultant of Customer Engagement and Reference Evidence Management for Dell Technologies Marketing, under the office of the CMO. Dell Technologies Marketing leads messaging, campaign deliverables, and thought leadership content across the business, executed around the globe. With more than 20 years of industry experience, Ms. Bustamante is responsible for the story-telling strategy, go-to-market, and execution of customer evidence in alignment with Workforce Transformation and Unified Workspace. Ms. Bustamante has held several strategy and analytics roles across Dell Technologies. Ms. Bustamante joined Dell in 2006. She holds a master’s degree in conflict resolution and mediation from St. Edward’s University and a bachelor’s in psychology from The University of the Incarnate Word. She is actively involved in the Twin-to-Twin Transfusion Syndrome Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to providing immediate and lifesaving educational, emotional and financial support to families, medical professionals and other caregivers before, during and after a diagnosis of twin to twin transfusion syndrome. She resides in Austin, Texas, where she enjoys spending time with her husband and three children.