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Friday 13th September 2013, 09:00 – 13:30




Get more from your virtualization strategy with Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization. This FREE Technical Workshop will give you a first-hand look at Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization – the new and completely open source virtualization technology from Red Hat.

Folarin Eniton, Technical Consultant for Red Hat Products at Interactive Ideas will be leading this workshop. Download the full agenda.

  • Explore The Benefits of Open Virtualization Technology: Learn about Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization’s rich feature-set, record breaking performance and scalability for real-world enterprise workloads. Understand the value Red Hat offers organisations planning on virtualizing their physical servers, and to those who have already virtualized all or part of their physical infrastructure.
  • See Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization In Action: Learn how to install and configure the Red Hat Hypervisor and Manager, and the key considerations to planning and sizing a successful installation. See a live High-Availability demonstration and learn how to: use SPICE Protocol over Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, create and manage virtual machines (VMs), and manage user privileges and access requirements through the Red Hat Manager.
  • Learn How To Confidently Migrate With Acronis: Discover how easy it is to migrate your physical servers or VMs running on another hypervisor to Red Hat with Acronis┬« Backup & Recovery┬« Virtual Edition. Currently the only certified migration, disaster recovery, and data protection tool for Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization.
Places are limited, Register Now.

This is a high-level Technical Workshop for IT personnel that are:
1 – Thinking about virtualizing their physical servers and want to explore an open source alternative to proprietary virtualization technology.
2 – Searching for ways to reduce costs and maximise the performance of their existing virtual infrastructure by using Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization alongside existing proprietary virtualization technologies.

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