Optimize your infrastructure with HP BladeSystem for Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization

Join us to learn how you can reduce power and cooling expenses by more than 95%, reduce software costs by over 90%, and reduce the number of physical servers by more than 90%. There's no better time to migrate applications from aging Linux servers to RHEV on HP BladeSystem.

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Now more than ever, you must grow your business with fewer resources on smaller budgets. You need innovative solutions that lower your operational costs and make the most of your IT infrastructure. With the right convergence of server, storage, networking, and software, you can reduce server sprawl and increase utilization to unprecedented efficiency.

With Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization® on HP ProLiant BL490c G6 servers, you get a powerful, cost-effective virtualization platform that is optimized for your Linux infrastructure. It combines the energy efficiency, density, and virtualization capabilities of HP BladeSystem with the scalability and security of the compact, powerful Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV).

Join us to learn how you can reduce power and cooling expenses by more than 95%, reduce software costs by over 90%, and reduce the number of physical servers by more than 90%. There's no better time to migrate applications from aging Linux servers to RHEV on HP BladeSystem.

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Date: April 27, 2010

Time:
  • On-demand
Length: 01:00
Language: English
Audience: Business and Technical

Speaker(s):

Andrew Cathrow Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat
David Kling PMP ESSN Solutions Manager, HP

About Andrew Cathrow: Andrew Cathrow currently serves as Product Marketing Manager at Red Hat and is responsible for Red Hat's virtualization products.
About David Kling: David has worked at HP for 15 years in various roles including Services, Supply Chain, Project and Product Management.