Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Taking the Smart Path to Virtualization

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As server virtualization continues to transform the data center, enterprises have some critical decisions to make. How will they migrate to a fully virtualized environment? How should the IT infrastructure be configured for maximum business benefit?

Find out how industry leaders are partnering to build a flexible, industry-standard approach that helps simplify the transition.

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Enhance the Availability of Virtualized Storage
Join this TechRepublic Webcast to get an in-depth look at how the Dell EqualLogic PS Series takes advantage of new features within Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Hyper-V that include Live Migration, Cluster Shared Volumes, and Dynamic VM Storage that enhance the availability of your virtualized storage and server infrastructure.
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Simplified Virtualization
Microsoft Hyper-V technology provides a simplified virtualization platform integrated directly into the Windows Server 2008 OS. Learn about the overall architecture and underlying technologies as well as the best practices and strategies for a successful deployment.

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Highly Available Virtualization
In virtualized environments, high availability can be critical to avoiding lost revenue, maintaining productivity, and protecting data from system failure. Find out how leading solutions can help create highly available virtualized systems as well as simplified management and reduced costs.

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Data Center Virtualization
Companies undergoing rapid expansion can all too soon find their IT infrastructures becoming unwieldy, inadequate, and expensive to manage. Discover how switching to virtualization with a consolidated and simplified data center environment can help pull IT back to the heart of the business.

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