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NetApp's Joel Reich Presents on Leveraging Virtualization at the Technology Symposium
NetApps (NASDAQ:NTAP) Joel Reich will join industry technology leaders at the inaugural Technology Symposium 2008 with a presentation on Leveraging Virtualization and Why iSCSI Boot Plays a Dramatic Role. The Technology Symposium takes place June 19, 2008, in New York.

The Technology Symposium will feature the worlds top IT companies as they plan for the enterprise of 2010 and beyond. Key topics of discussion include top trends and technologies from the experts who are looking far into the next decade, how your future will be changed by the latest breakthroughs in virtualization, energy efficiency, and security. End users will also discuss the issues and pain points they are relying on the blade community to resolve in the upcoming years.


  "Dynamic IT: Leveraging Virtualization and Why iSCSI Boot Plays a Dramatic Role"
As compute and storage resource requirements grow, enterprise IT users are redefining their server and storage infrastructures. An increasingly prevalent trend is to deploy large numbers of blade servers and modular storage rather than large frame arrays to serve core and departmental application workloads. This session will cover the advantages of iSCSI booting for grid type computing environments for engineering test, core test and development, and production environments.
Speaker: Joel Reich, vice president and general manager of the SANiSAN business unit at NetApp
Date: June 19, 2008
Time: 2:30-3:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Where: Bridgewaters
11 Fulton St.
Fulton Market Building, South Street Seaport
New York, NY 10038


For complete information or to register for the event, visit and use the waiver code "NETAPP" to receive your discount.

For more information about NetApp® industry standards efforts to help rapid application deployment, smooth integration into customers existing infrastructures, and improve interoperability with other vendors solutions by utilizing and supporting open standards, visit

Published Saturday, June 14, 2008 8:26 AM by David Marshall
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