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Hyper9 CTO Speaks at 4th International Virtualization Conference & Expo

Hyper9's CTO will discuss future proofing virtualization management for heterogeneous environments as part of the Virtualization Today track at SYS-CON's virtualization event.


      Dave McCrory, CTO and founder of Hyper9


Presentation about virtualization management for a heterogeneous environment



Wednesday, November 19, 2008; Track 5, Session 6: 5:45 p.m.-6:30 p.m.


Fourth International Virtualization Conference & Expo

Fairmont Hotel, San Jose, Calif.

Dave McCrory will address the challenges and present best practices for managing heterogeneous environments, as more technology vendors introduce virtualization platforms to the industry.

Throughout his presentation, McCrory will:

  • Focus on technologies and events that are transforming virtual environments from homogeneous to more heterogeneous;
  • Explain how virtualization is being implemented in data centers today versus how it will be most likely implemented over the next few years;
  • Present strategies to manage a virtual landscape populated with disparate software and infrastructure platforms;
  • Outline the challenges of traditional management solutions for highly dynamic environments and explain what some companies are doing to deal with the management problems; and,
  • Discuss the growth of cloud computing and the effect it may have on virtualized environments.

McCrorys presentation comes on the heels of Hyper9s beta program launch in September 2008, which provided qualified virtual infrastructure administrators with advanced access to the core Hyper9 search product. More information on the beta program is available from Hyper9 and additional limited invitations are being made available from virtualization industry influencers such as Rich Brambley and Scott Lowe.

Published Wednesday, November 12, 2008 7:40 AM by David Marshall
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