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Fortisphere to Present at Interop Las Vegas 2009
Fortisphere, Inc., a leading provider of virtualization management software, today announced that Principal Founder and Chief Technology Officer John Suit will present in the panel discussion, “Controlling Virtual Server Sprawl,” at Interop Las Vegas 2009 on Tuesday, May 19. In this session, Suit will explain how to effectively manage virtual server growth and more efficiently use existing computing resources.

It now takes just minutes to provision a server. This provides IT with greater agility to respond to new requests, but it has also created a new problem called virtual server sprawl. In this session, moderated by FOCUS Research Director Anne Skamarock, Suit will join a panel of virtualization experts to discuss the tools and techniques for avoiding and managing server sprawl.


      Panel Discussion on “Controlling Virtual Server Sprawl”


John Suit, principal founder and CTO, Fortisphere


Tuesday, May 19, 2009, 4:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. PT


Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nev.

About the Speaker

Bringing 19 years of experience architecting and leading the technology groups of both start-ups and publicly held technology firms, Suit developed the core technology behind the Fortisphere products and founded the company in 2006. Suit was formerly co-founder and CTO of SilentRunner, a product that became the basis for a successful company that was acquired by Computer Associates. He has held positions of leadership at both the VP and CTO levels, inventing and launching numerous new products in the security space. Suit continues to advise the Department of Defense as well as Directorate of Central Intelligence in the areas of virtualization security and management, as well as information operations. He earned a B.Sc. in Computer science and information system management from the University of Maryland.

Published Monday, May 18, 2009 6:22 PM by David Marshall
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