Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Podcast Series: The Benefits of Providing Server Virtualization Services

November 19, 2008 Published by

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Dear member,

Server virtualization continues to be a popular option amongst your customers. This technology stresses traditional backup and disaster recovery methods and has encouraged users to consider data protection appliances that combine different interface technologies.

This Podcast series highlights the benefits of providing server virtualization for your business and shows solutions for dramatically improving the efficiency of your clients' backup operations and the cost savings of adaptive deduplication. Learn more about this technology before offering its services to your clients today.

Channel Expert Podcast: Server virtualization services part one

Channel Expert Podcast: Server virtualization services part two

SPEAKERS: Toby J. Velte, Data Center Consultant and Book Author
  Jason Kappel, Infrastructure Architect
SPONSOR :   BlueStripe Software
Server virtualization enables higher workloads on less server hardware, but it won't work in every situation. This two-part Channel Expert Podcast is geared to expanding the understanding of server virtualization and the best ways for solution providers to offer server virtualization services.

In the first Podcast in this two-part series, Toby Velte goes over the pros and cons of server virtualization. Benefits include hardware consolidation, workload mobility and standardization, and the downsides include hardware bottlenecks, especially in high I/O environments.

In the second part of this Podcast series, Jason Kappel explains how server virtualization increases flexibility, allowing workloads to be throttled and migrated among systems in various locations.

Download these Podcasts to learn more.

Channel Expert Podcast: Server virtualization services part one

Channel Expert Podcast: Server virtualization services part two

Toby J. Velte, Data Center Consultant and Book Author

Toby J. Velte, Ph.D., is a consultant for Avanade, where he leads a team of strategists and technicians working with clients to create custom-developed green IT roadmaps. Toby has authored more than a dozen best-selling technology volumes with McGraw-Hill and Cisco Press.

Jason Kappel, Infrastructure Architect

Jason Kappel is an infrastructure architect and virtualization expert at Avanade. Jason specializes in enterprise infrastructure solutions around data center optimization, virtualization and systems management.

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