Wednesday, April 18, 2012
11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET
Keeping up with changing business demands requires a level of IT agility and efficiency that requires extensive virtualization. That’s why organizations are increasingly pushing to virtualize more of their infrastructures–including mission-critical applications—and to extend their virtualized infrastructures to work as a private cloud.
Getting there requires a strong compute foundation combined with automation, simplified management and adequate visibility into the growing environment.
Join us for an interactive discussion of the best practices for providing each of these components, which are the key to rapid application and IT service delivery.
- How to build an environment that supports optimal resource utilization
- Techniques for pro-actively managing and optimizing capacity
- Key technology developments that enable extended virtualization
- How recent enhancements to the VMware suite will help you gain visibility to your environment and the process of enhancing service levels
Register today to secure your place in this hour-long exploration of rapid application and IT service delivery developments.
Kevin M. Smith, Marketing Director, Enterprise Private Cloud, Dell Inc.
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Kevin M. Smith, Marketing Director, Enterprise Private Cloud, Dell Inc. is responsible for providing field marketing direction and go-to-market execution of programs for Dell's Virtual Integrated System Software. With over 15 years experience in technology sales and marketing, he was an enterprise technology sales professional, prior to having a number of progressively important marketing positions, including the Enterprise Brand Manager for Dell Canada.
Dan Kingslien, Sr. Systems Engineer, VMware, Inc.
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Dan Kingslien is a Sr. Systems Engineer at VMware, Inc. Based in Austin, he leads a technical team responsible for both strategic and tactical partner enablement activities. Dan received a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering from Texas A&M University.
Richard Fichera, Vice President, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research
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Richard is a member of Forrester's infrastructure and operations research team and has coverage responsibilities for servers and data center architecture and transformation. Among the core technologies he focuses on are blade and modular servers, converged infrastructure, virtualization and management of virtual data center resources, enterprise cloud infrastructure, and techniques for data center transformation.
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