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Technometria: Virtualization Podcast

Virtualization allows multiple virtual machines with separate operating systems, to run in isolation, side-by-side on the same physical machine. Each virtual machine has its own set of virtual hardware (e.g., RAM, CPU, NIC, etc.) upon which an operating system and applications are loaded. The operating system sees a consistent, normalized set of hardware regardless of the actual physical hardware components.

Bogomil Balkansky, director of product marketing for VMware, joins Phil and Scott to discuss the company's activities in providing solutions to organizations wanting to take advantage of the benefits of virtualization. In addition to giving his background and what led him to virtualization, he talks about how many companies are now using it, often with a default virtualization policy. The group also reviews the tangible financial benefits, including savings in both technology and power consumption.

Bogomil Balkansky is Director of Product Marketing for VMware. He brings more than 10 years of experience defining, developing and marketing solutions to Global 2000 enterprises. Hiss responsibilities include product marketing for VMware's datacenter platform products. Prior to joining VMware, Bogomil was Group Manager in the Customer Data Integration business unit at Siebel Systems, where he played a key role in growing the business from inception to more than $75 million in revenue over three years, capturing leading market share. Bogomil began his career as a management consultant at McKinsey & Company, where he advised financial services companies on strategic and operational issues. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from Cornell University and an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Listen to the Podcast, here.

Published Sunday, May 13, 2007 5:29 PM by David Marshall
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