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Have You Checked Your Basement Lately?
Enterprise technology modernization involves a 3-pronged strategy: renovation, integration, and management. Join Infosys and Red Hat® to find out through this webinar how you can modernize your IT landscape.More
Large enterprises have large basements. Their basements are overflowing with existing hardware, software, and applications. The more technology that comes out each year, the more everyone is buying and accumulating it in their basements without checking to see if an existing system needs to be eliminated first.
How will the newly purchased products work in conjunction with existing systems? Is there a way to eliminate some of the older systems without business risk?
In this webcast, you'll learn how you can replace legacy Solaris systems in your datacenter with industry-standard hardware powered by Red Hat Enterprise Linux®.Less
Date: June 2, 2010
- Available on demand