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Surgient to Present at Virtualization/Consolidation Strategies Event
Surgient, the leading provider of virtual lab management software used to automate and accelerate the application lifecycle, today announced that Eric Lotter, systems engineer at Surgient, will present the session, "How to Leverage Virtualization to Deliver Quality Applications to the Enterprise," at the Virtualization/Consolidation Strategies event produced by CAMP IT Conferences. The presentation will take place on Thursday, April 3, 2008, and explain the ramifications virtualization has on the way that application changes are developed and tested.

  What:     "How to Leverage Virtualization to Deliver Quality Applications to the Enterprise" session at the Virtualization/Consolidation Strategies event

  When:     Thursday, April 3, 2008 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. CT

  Where:    Stephens Convention Center, 9301 Bryn Mawr Ave., Rosemont, Illinois

  Speaker:  Eric Lotter, systems engineer, Surgient

  Who should attend: CIOs, IT Directors, Network Managers & Engineers, Storage Managers, Engineers & Architects, Desktop and Server Professionals

  Attendees will learn:
  -- The operational challenges of enterprise application change;
  -- How to get started with virtualization;
  -- Virtualization management approaches;
  -- How to avoid management pitfalls;
  -- A new approach to virtualization using virtual labs;
  -- How to architect a centralized virtual lab.

About the Speaker

Eric Lotter is senior systems engineer, virtual lab management practice lead for Surgient. Before joining Surgient in early 2003, Lotter was a regional practice lead for configuration and change management at IBM. He has led many Fortune 100 companies in the architecture design, configuration and use of leading change management solutions for development and testing organizations.

Published Wednesday, April 02, 2008 5:49 PM by David Marshall
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