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InfoWorld’s Virtualization Executive Forum Kicks Off September 24th
IDG's InfoWorld, the leading integrated media brand for IT solutions management, opens its fourth Virtualization Executive Forum September 24-25, 2007 at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City. The executive-level conference offers real-world guidance for implementing an enterprise-wide virtualization strategy. Chris Wolf of Burton Group and Toby Ford of USinternetworking, an AT&T company, will keynote the two days of interactive case studies and technical track discussions on mastering virtualization technologies across the Server, Storage, Desktop, File and Application.

Septembers agenda features strong end user voices throughout the Case Studies Track where IT experts representing AT&T, Merrill Lynch, City of Richmond, Time Warner, Credit Suisse, Lessard Group, Apache Corp., US Foodservice, Clarian Health Partners and Pennsylvania Office of the Attorney General will share their virtualization experiences, challenges and results. Plus, the deep-dive Technical Track will detail all you need to know to build a strategy, migrate to virtual systems, monitor VMs and scale a virtual infrastructure. The full lineup of topics and participants can be found at:

Passes to attend the Virtualization Executive Forum are priced at $1,295, with credential and early registration discounts available. Members of the press using promotional code VIRTPRESS are eligible for complimentary registration. For more details and to register, visit:

Sponsors for the fourth Virtualization event include: VMware (Diamond sponsor); PlateSpin (Platinum sponsor); 3Leaf Systems, DataSynapse, Egenera, Novell and Microsoft Corp., and Sentillion (Gold sponsors); Altiris and Red Hat (Silver sponsor) and Neoware (Associate sponsor).

Published Thursday, September 13, 2007 6:20 AM by David Marshall
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