Posted by: kurtsh | November 30, 2011

EVENT: Mission Critical Hyper-V: Applications Storage, and the Cloud – Irvine, December 6th

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Virtualization has become a critical component in all sizes of IT infrastructures, from SMBs to the enterprise. Not so long ago businesses were reluctant to virtualize mission-critical applications and servers like SQL Server, Exchange, and SharePoint; however that has now changed.

New Solutions for Managing Virtualized Application Environments

New virtualization technologies and solutions can help you address requirements for simplified management, increased application availability and infrastructure flexibility.

How We Can Help

Join us for a free one-day workshop with keynote speaker Michael Otey and experts from EMC, Brocade, and Microsoft. Whether you’ve already taken steps towards virtualizing your mission-critical applications or if you are just getting started, this event will provide significant tips and information to make the journey a successful one. This technical event will get you face-to-face with independent experts and your peers so you can successfully implement virtualization to its fullest.

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  • About new tools that help you implement a robust and cost-effective platform for your mission-critical applications
  • How to leverage the capabilities in your storage and network infrastructure to optimize your virtualized applications
  • Best practices for migrating physical application servers to virtual servers
  • How to maximize performance, minimize storage, and increase the availability of your mission-critical applications

The day will end with a Q & A panel moderated by Michael Otey that will provide a forum for participants to interact with the presenters and ask questions pertaining to their own businesses and virtualization efforts. The panel will include virtualization experts from EMC, Brocade, and Microsoft.

REGISTRATION:
http://forms.windowsitpro.com/forms/Mission-Critical-Hyper-V-2?EMCRSID=EPPartnerMicrosoft_Irvine_M1S1


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