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Xensource Webcast and Global 20-city seminars


Xensource is on a solid track with Forrester backing :-)

In this webcast, Frank Gillett, Vice President at Forrester, will discuss what the server virtualization hype is all about, how the recent technology evolution is affecting the way companies can leverage virtualization for server consolidation, and recommendations on how to get started now.

Frank conducts research on strategic issues in enterprise IT infrastructure. Current topics include next-generation data center architectures and related business strategies, including terms like utility computing, grid computing, on-demand eBusiness, adaptive enterprise and dynamic systems.


Where all?

March 22 - London, U.K.
March 28 - Birmingham, U.K.
April 17 - Wellington, New Zealand
April 18 - Munich, Germany
April 19 - Frankfurt, Germany
April 19 - Sydney, Australia
April 19 - New York, U.S.
April 20 - Washington D.C., U.S.
April 24 - Atlanta, U.S.

April 25 - Chicago, U.S.
April 26 - Dallas, U.S.
April 26 - Paris, France
April 27 - Amsterdam, Netherlands
May 4 - Milan, Italy
May 9 - Madrid, Spain
May 8 - San Francisco, U.S.
May 10 - London, U.K

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