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Surgient Explains Key Cloud Computing Considerations
Surgient, the leading provider of self-service virtualization automation and lab management, today announced a Webcast, “Private Clouds: Critical Considerations for Building Internal Clouds.” Scheduled for Wednesday, March 11 at 2:00 p.m. ET and featuring Surgient Vice President of Services and Support Brian Wilson, the Webcast will explore the key considerations that must be made before a company plans to implement a private cloud.

Clearly, the current darling of the IT infrastructure technology world is the “cloud.” Industry analysts are predicting wide adoption of cloud computing, and in particular private clouds. However, with a wide spectrum of definitions and best practices emerging, a clearer understanding of how the cloud can specifically benefit your organization is critical.

During this Webcast, attendees will learn:

  • Five pillars that define cloud computing
  • Specific use cases for the private cloud in your organization
  • Critical elements and considerations of the private cloud
  • Best practices for implementing a private cloud


          “Private Clouds: Critical Considerations for Building Internal Clouds.” Webcast


Wednesday, March 11, 2009
2 p.m. Eastern Time / 1 p.m. Central Time / 11 a.m. Pacific Time


Brian Wilson, vice president of services and support, Surgient

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About the Speaker

With more than 16 years of experience, Wilson is responsible for customer success, from initial services engagement and deployment, to ongoing customer support. Spanning both onsite client deployments and hosted engagements, his teams deliver service and support offerings for the full suite of Surgient products. Wilson has a Bachelors of Science in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Texas and a Masters of Science in Industrial Engineering from the University of Alabama at Huntsville.

Published Monday, March 09, 2009 7:28 AM by David Marshall
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