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Server Failover: Learn the Three Challenges of Virtualization
View Kevin Epstein's Virtualization Conference & Expo Session on SYS-CON.TV
Jan. 7, 2008 12:30 AM
Join us for an interactive discussion presented by Scalent Systems, as Kevin Epstein addresses the big three challenges facing server failover – software configuration, network connectivity, and storage access – and contrast several different approaches, from traditional backup to the use of virtual machines, to the next generation of adaptive infrastructure.
Kevin Epstein is the VP Products for Scalent Systems
with a degree in high-energy nuclear physics and a Stanford MBA, several technology patents in his name, founding experience at three successful ventures, and more than 15 subsequent years of experience in guerrilla marketing tactics at such software industry high-flyers as Netscape, RealNetworks, Inktomi, and VMware.View Video
Third International "Virtualization Conference & Expo" Call for Papers
Virtualization, the hottest subject of in all IT right now, will be center stage in 2008.
Key opinion-formers in the field of infrastructure and pioneers of virtualization technologies of all types have already begun submitting speaking proposals to Virtualization Conference & Expo 2008 East, being held in New York City, June 23-24, 2008. Topics covered will range from Application Virtualization, Desktop Virtualization, Network Virtualization, Server Virtualization, and Storage Virtualization, to Virtual Machine Automation, Physical to Virtual (P2V) Migration, Management Applications, Tools and Utilities, and Virtualization Scripts and Procedures.
Submissions on these and dozens of other topics have already begun streaming in. The Call for Papers is as always a 100% online process, found here.
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Submit Your Speaking Proposal
IDC has stated that the virtualization services market alone is going to reach $11.7 billion by 2011 and in general this technology, which has been around for a good number of years, seems suddenly to be on everyone's mind.
In short, Virtualization is fast becoming a key requirement for every server in the data center, enabling increased workloads in server consolidation projects, efficient software development and testing, resource management for dynamic data centers, application re-hosting and compatibility, and high-availability partitions.
Help with that transformation: submit your speaking proposal today.
Topics will include:
- Server Virtualization
- Desktop Virtualization
- File Virtualization
- The Future of the Virtual Enterprise
- Hosted Virtualization
- Virtualization Hardware Support
- Hardware-level Virtualization
- Storage Virtualization
- Virtualization for Server Consolidation and Containment
- Windows Virtualization
- Utility Computing
- State of the Virtualization Services Market