Chances are your data center is a lot more complicated (and expensive) than it has to be. Cloud computing can help simplify things, and lower your IT costs dramatically, but it feels way too risky to a lot of people. The solution? A private cloud. You get all the benefits of a public cloud with added control and flexibility. See how Cloud Manager can deliver a risk-free private cloud as the cornerstone of a more intelligent infrastructure.
The team demos how their products can help to align capacity to demand at any given moment, stay current on management and reporting, control access in the cloud, integrate your security across the enterprise and public cloud access, and increase executive visibility by providing your management with a comprehensive view.
Join us and Intel for an enlightening session on how you can build and manage a secure and compliant private cloud with Cloud Manager. And not just how you can do it, but why you’d want to. You’ll hear how Cloud Manager combines self-service, cost visibility, and policy-based automation to deliver IT services faster, control virtual sprawl, and reduce risk and costs…all built on the virtual infrastructure you already have today.
See how the market for cloud computing is evolving, and what the near-term and long-term future may hold for enterprise IT. Understand the differences between public and private clouds and the real benefits private cloud computing can provide.
James Staten from Forrester and Benjamin Grubin from discuss the challenges and opportunities surrounding enterprise cloud computing, and introduce Cloud Manager, an exciting new product that allows enterprises to create and manage their own private cloud.
Jason Dea, Product Marketing Manager for the PlateSpin Workload Management Suite, talks about barriers to the platform adoption, how to leverage PlateSpin Migrate to accelerate ROI, and PlateSpin in action.
Mary Johnston Turner from IDC discusses the new aspects of virtualization including key drivers, challenges and trends. And Richard Whitehead describes how the PlateSpin workload management portfolio can help you get more from your existing virtual environment.
With its unique ServerSync and Block-Based Transfer technology, PlateSpin Migrate 8.1 can reduce the cost and risk associated with migrating business-critical servers. Learn how PlateSpin Migrate 8.1 now has greater platform support and is up to 50 percent faster than before.
NVIDIA, the world leader in visual computing technologies, optimized its data center with PlateSpin Migrate and PlateSpin Recon, which allows a team of three engineers to support over 700 virtual machines.
Choosing the right virtualization platform for your data center can be a daunting task. Microsoft's Hyper-V has risen in the ranks as a strong competitor to the industry's leader VMware vSphere. Which solution should you choose? It doesn't matter - to us, it's all the same.
Virtualization brings flexibility and agility to your environment which means configuration complexity. Manage configuration complexity reaping the benefits of flexibility that virtualization brings without losing control.
Take advantage of the flexibility and cost reductions virtualizing your environment brings. Remove the risk of a service impacting event and enjoy further cost reductions in management of your virtualized environment.
Many disaster recovery plans are not up to the complex task of protecting physical server workloads on multiple platforms. In a challenging economy, the business risks associated with downtime – lost revenue opportunity, customer loyalty, and productivity – are even greater. Learn how our PlateSpin Solutions leverage virtualization to provide a more flexible and cost-effective way to protect and rapidly recover both physical and virtual workloads in the today’s evolving data center.
Learn how PlateSpin® Workload Management solves data center challenges, discover a pragmatic approach to server consolidation, and see how consolidated disaster recovery has transformed the business continuity market.