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Forrester Webcast with XenSource, Intel and IBM

Got an invite from XenSource on this Forrester Webcast. It is scheduled for March 20th 2007.

Advances in hardware and software virtualization, as well as integrated technology solution bundles such as the IBM System x server with XenEnterprise, remove common barriers to server consolidation such as cost and complexity.

View our webcast and hear an analyst's perspective on why now is the time to leverage virtualization for server consolidation. Then attend a seminar in a city near you, and get more details about how this next generation virtualization supporting both Window and Linux with blazing fast performance can dramatically reduce your IT costs while increasing business agility and IT responsiveness.




Frank Gillett of Forrester will try to explain the "hype" on Virtualization. I thought we left the hype long long ago. I think what most vendors and analyst firms should do is to help the indecisive and very nervous CIOs come up to relax and open up their minds to adopt this technology.

Anyways do join the webcast if you are interested in the XenSource Virtualization solution.

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