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Server Virtualization for the Rest of Us - A VirtualIron Case Study Webcast

Server virtualization promises great benefit and ROI, but to date, available solutions have been too expensive and too complex, especially for small and medium-sized business and not-for-profit organizations with tight budgets and limited staff.

Today, with the help of emerging industry standards and open source technologies, these organizations now have affordable access to enterprise-class virtualization and management capabilities. This Webcast will highlight these new technologies and how they are changing the economics of server virtualization.

You’ll hear from Hobsons EMT, a company that is gaining all the benefits of server virtualization and management at a fraction of the cost. Patrick McFadin, Director of Engineering at Hobsons will discuss how his company is leveraging a solution from Virtual Iron to:

* Improve the utilization of its x86 systems and hardware
* Accelerate its development and test cycles
* Provision new systems in minutes instead of hours
* Reduce its power, cooling and data center space requirements
* Conduct system maintenance without disrupting running systems
* Support business continuity and disaster recovery scenarios with much less hardware
* Improve the overall management and efficiency of its IT infrastructure

The speakers will also highlight other customer applications in small and medium sized business and education organizations to illustrate how you can gain the same advantages in your data center while freeing up budget for additional projects at the same time.

Watch this recorded Webcast, here.

Published Saturday, October 27, 2007 10:13 PM by David Marshall
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