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2008: Virtualization event in Belgium, full list of speakers

January 2008: virtualisation


Day 1: 22 january 2008: strategy day

Time Title Speaker
09:00 Registration and coffee
09:30 Welcome
09:45 Current state and evolution of the virtualisation market John Abbott
11:00 Virtualization: Shift happens Tarry Singh
12:00 lunch break
13:00 networking and discussion time
13:30 case study Kris Buytaert
14:30 Closed and open source solution: an open discussion. should talk about security panel
15:30 Coffee break
16:00 The impact of virtualization on the enterprise infrastructure Duncan Hardie
17:00 The future is in the management tools Niko Nelissen
18:00 End

Day 2: 23 january 2008: technical day

Time Title Speaker
09:30 Integrating virtualization in the OS Frank Kohler
11:00 Coffee break
11:15 Conform deployment of virtual and physical machines with openQRM and Xen Matthias Rechenburg
12:15 lunch
13:00 networking and discussion time
13:30 Optimal storage platform for a virtualized environment Kristof De Spiegeleer
14:30 HA clustering made simple with OpenVZ Werner Fischer
15:30 Coffee break
16:00 Linux-VServer: light-weight and resource efficient OS level virtualization Herbert Poetzl
17:00 Hardware Acceleration for optimal Virtualized Performance Mike Kreiten
18:00

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