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.

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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®.

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Date: June 2, 2010

Time:
  • Available on demand
Length: 01:00
Language: English
Audience: Business and Technical

Speaker(s):

Jan Mark Holzer Senior consulting engineer, Red Hat
G. Venkat Head of legacy modernization, Infosys Technologies

About Jan Mark Holzer: In his role as lead for Emerging Technologies, he tracks new technologies for Red Hat and their applicability for customers and partners. His team is driving the integration of new capabilities and technologies across the various Red Hat product groups. He's also working with key customers and partners in adapting these new technologies to their IT infrastructures and product offerings.
About G. Venkat: Venkat brings more than 18 years of experience in business strategy, technology strategy, and enterprise architectures. He has delivered solutions for multiple industry verticals where he has led several large-scale and mission-critical engagements. He has been a part of executive management teams and successfully conceived and executed the technology vision for Fortune 500 companies as well as start-ups.

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