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Virtual Iron Webcast: Learn How to Build a Virtual Infrastructure with the Latest in Blade Server Technology


Server virtualization has quickly become a key area of investment for IT organizations worldwide. Its well-documented benefits involve minimal risk and provide a rapid payback. The clear return on investment combined with a broadening set of virtualization use cases has created the potential for mainstream customer adoption. This Webcast will look at some of the emerging hardware and software solutions and how they are fundamentally changing the economics of virtualization - facilitating dramatic gains in price performance and enabling the benefits of virtualization for a whole new set of users and business applications. In this webcast presentation, you will learn about:

New advanced virtualization software tools priced for mainstream adoption
The latest x86 server and processor technologies ands how they are changing the price/performance equation for users
Expanding use cases such as rapid provisioning and business continuity that not only reduce costs, but also increase flexibility and better align IT with the business

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