About: Optimizing IT Virtual Event

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Wednesday, December 5, 2012 — 11am ET

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Paul Cormier, Executive VP and President, Products and Technologies, Red Hat

Thursday, December 6, 2012 — 4am ET (9am GMT)

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Paul Cormier, Executive VP and President, Products and Technologies, Red Hat

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RED HAT THEATER PARTNER THEATER
Cloud Perspectives: IaaS Cloud Perspectives: PaaS Real World Deployments Technology Deep Dive ISV Collaboration Partner Insights
Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization: Foundation for the Cloud Introducing OpenShift PaaS Best Practices for a private Cloud Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.1 overview Migration, backup, and disaster recovery for Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.1 Dell and Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.1
Red Hat OpenStack Standardizing & accelerating developer workflows Case Study: Large Government Agency Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.1 competitive features and economics Performance and capacity Management for Red Hat Environments with Dell HP VirtualSystem VS2 for Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization
Red Hat Open Hybrid Cloud overview Zero to PaaS in 20 Minutes: Designed by operations for operations Scaling Red Hat Storage for archiving, content clouds, and HPC workloads Red Hat Storage overview Managing Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization in hybrid clouds IBM and Red Hat – Open Solutions for the next era of computing
Red Hat Cloud Solutions Bridging cloud and enterprise development, Part 1 – Java EE6 with JBoss EAP in OpenShift Enterprise Accelerating IT Service Delivery with Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, CloudForms, and OpenShift Using Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Virtualization for business-critical Oracle database deployments Liquidware Labs solutions for Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.1 Intel: Delivering Industry-Leading Performance and Mission-Critical Capabilities in Virtualized Environments
Unifying Storage Across Public, Private, and Hybrid Clouds Bridging cloud and enterprise development, Part 2 – Ruby, PHP, Python and more in OpenShift Enterprise Red Hat Open IaaS Architecture Service CloudForms 1.1 overview and demo Performance management and monitoring for Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Environments PHP for the Enterprise
A New Paradigm for Big Data Storage     OpenShift PaaS overview Provide intra-VM traffic monitoring and protect critical Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization systems with Sourcefire Virtual Appliance SAP and Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization: A step on SAP's path to the cloud
Building a bridge to the next-generation datacenter     Mythbusting: Five common misperceptions about Linux virtualization   The Future of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization & NetApp Storage
Red Hat Enterprise Linux: The original cloud operating system         MongoDB and OpenShift for the agile developer
Red Hat Storage and Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.1          

Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization: Foundation for the cloud

Speaker: Chuck Dubuque, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat

What does "cloud" mean to your organization? Depending on your needs, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization can be part of the solution, or can provide all the functionality needed. Join this session to learn how Red Hat Eenterprise Virtualization enables many "private cloud" use cases, while also providing a foundation for an open hybrid cloud.

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Red Hat OpenStack

Speaker: Perry Myers, senior software engineering manager, Red Hat

In this session, Perry will give a high level introduction to the OpenStack Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) project and discuss Red Hat's contributions to the open source project.

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Red Hat Open Hybrid Cloud overview

Speaker: Gordon Haff, Cloud Evangelist, Red Hat

Cloud is poised to redefine how IT manages and deploys infrastructure. Defining an organization's cloud strategy is the most important strategic decision IT decision makers will make this decade. IT is working to maximize the widest range of characteristics that push the IT needle from wholly closed to truly open, delivering the full business value and promise of cloud computing.

In this presentation, learn the defining characteristics of an open hybrid cloud and explore the benefits derived from an open hybrid cloud. Gordon will discuss how implementing a fully open hybrid cloud:

  • Makes it possible to build a hybrid cloud that spans physical servers, multiple virtualization platforms, and public clouds running a variety of technology stacks.
  • Makes full use of existing IT investments and infrastructure.
  • Enables portability of applications and data across clouds.
  • Allows an evolution to the cloud, with incremental value gained with each step.
  • Puts you in charge of your technology strategy.
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Red Hat Cloud Solutions

Speaker: Chris Wells, Manager, Product Marketing, Red Hat

Facing the complexities cloud can bring? Wouldn't it be helpful to have everything you need to maximize your IT infrastructure in the cloud in a solution that meets your needs? Learn how Red Hat Cloud Solutions can do just that.

In this presentation, learn how Red Hat works with you to to reduce complexity while accelerating project-completion timelines, reducing project hours, and lowering your total cost of ownership (TCO). Red Hat Solutions work to meet your IT goals:

  • Red Hat Hybrid IaaS Solution: The industry's first open hybrid cloud solution for enterprises, this offering includes all the software you need to deploy and manage a hybrid cloud.
  • Red Hat Cloud with Virtualization Bundle: Move to the cloud more quickly by combining virtualization and the cloud into the same project cycle.
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Unifying Storage Across Public, Private, and Hybrid Clouds

Speaker: Tom Trainer, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Storage, Red Hat

Struggling with how to accelerate your move to the cloud? Challenged by unending application rewrites required to use "cloud storage" or the escalating costs from service providers rewriting applications for you? Let Red Hat show you how to unify storage across public, private, and hybrid clouds with Red Hat Storage Server. Now you can accelerate your move to the cloud (both public and private) and eliminate application rewrites–all while dramatically lowering your overall investment in storage.

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A New Paradigm for Big Data Storage

Speaker: Scott Clinton, Senior Director, Product Management and Product Marketing, Storage, Red Hat

The unparalleled growth of unstructured and semi-structured data is leading IT managers to look for new ways to scale storage systems. Other trends such as virtualization, cloud computing, and big data are also driving the need for a modern storage architecture. Yet many IT departments are forced to deal with traditional storage challenges. In this presentation, we'll discuss these storage challenges and the new requirements that next-generation storage systems must have in order to deal with the future of big data growth.

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Introducing OpenShift PaaS

Speaker: Joe Fernandes, Senior Principal Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat

OpenShift Enterprise is Red Hat's latest cloud product offering which delivers OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service, packaged for on-premise or private cloud implementations. Learn about how OpenShift Enterprise enables IT operations teams increase operational efficiency and infrastructure use, and helps application development increase speed and agility, and enterprise architecture to better meet the demands of the business. Built on Red Hat and open source technologies, OpenShift Enterprise has the strength, flexibility, and openness that customers demand.

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Standardizing & accelerating developer workflows

Speaker: Dan Juengst, Senior Product Marketing Manager, OpenShift PaaS, Red Hat

OpenShift gives developers the agility and productivity they need to meet the demands of today's IT environment. With OpenShift operations teams can standardize and automate much of the tedium of configuring and deploying application stacks. And developers can focus on their strengths: coding applications. OpenShift also gives developers the freedom to work the way they want to work. Attend this session to understand how OpenShift can help IT operations team improve developer productivity and accelerate the development process.

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Zero to PaaS in 20 minutes: Designed by operations for operations

Speaker: Matt Hicks, Director, Software Engineering, Red Hat

OpenShift automation technologies and innovative cloud architecture allow IT operations to efficiently use their existing infrastructures to provide application services to application development groups. In this session, you will learn how OpenShift was designed by IT operations experts to provide a platform that is easy to configure, manage, and scale. We will share best practices learned by our own operations team which has been managing the OpenShift hosted service in production for the past 2 years. And we will show a demo of a fully automated PaaS environment, all in 30 minutes or less.

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Bridging cloud and enterprise development, Part 1 – Java EE6 with JBoss EAP in OpenShift Enterprise

Speaker: Burr Sutter, Senior Product Manager, Red Hat

OpenShift supports full Java EE6 application architectures with the built-in JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6. Check out how easily OpenShift can be used to build and deploy a full Java EE6 application in minutes. See how you can use the built-in integration with JBoss Developer Studio to deploy and debug your applications in OpenShift and learn how you can also use integrated tools like Jenkins and Maven in your deployment.

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Bridging cloud and enterprise development, Part 2 – Ruby, PHP, Python and more in OpenShift Enterprise

Speaker: Grant Shipley, Red Hat OpenShift Evangelist, Red Hat

Interested in PHP, Python, Ruby, or other languages? OpenShift is a polyglot PaaS platform that supports multiple programming languages and frameworks, so you really can have it all. In this session, you will learn how easy it is to deploy your choice of language runtime and back-end service in order to quickly start coding your application.

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Red Hat Enterprise Linux: The original cloud operating system

Speaker: Mark Coggin, Senior Director, Product Marketing, Red Hat

The OS has emerged as the cornerstone for new technology innovation. It transforms enterprise IT and enables robust applications that deliver a more personalized experience, are accessible from myriad devices, and are used by more users around the world. As cloud computing has introduced the ability for IT organizations to develop and deploy any application, any time, any where, Red Hat Enterprise Linux has emerged as the best platform for the cloud. It offers a consistent, stable environment that delivers the flexibility to use the same Red Hat Enterprise Linux platform in physical and virtualized deployments whether on-premise, hosted or in hybrid environments. Join this session for insights on how Red Hat Enterprise Linux enables a myriad of cloud computing models, including insights into the Red Hat Enterprise Linux technology road map.

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Building a bridge to the next-generation datacenter

Speaker: Kurt Milne, Managing Director, ITPI and Mark Coggin, Senior Director, Product Marketing, Red Hat

The next-generation data center will be designed to increase IT agility and enable more dynamic IT service delivery models. But to increase responsiveness, IT organizations must make real changes and re-optimize tools and processes for a more dynamic IT environment that will include self-service, resource scaling, and workload movement within and between cloud resource pools.

Attend this webcast to find out how standardization of infrastructure and operational practices can multiply value by increasing agility related benefits, while at the same time reducing risk and costs associated with managing a more dynamic IT environment. Also, learn how Red Hat Enterprise Linux can be a key component of a standardization bridging strategy that delivers real value now and in the future.

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Best Practices for a private cloud

Speakers: Larry Spangler, Senior Manager, Consulting, Red Hat, Jim Strong, Principal Product Portfolio Planner, Red Hat, and Eric Brown, Senior Manager, Information Services and Technology, Red Hat

Planning how to build your private cloud? Tired of feeling locked in? Want to unlock the full benefits of cloud economics and gain agility across your entire infrastructure? Join Red Hat Consulting and IT to find out how you can avoid lock-in and gain all the benefits cloud has to offer by implementing an open hybrid cloud architecture. An open hybrid cloud allows you the flexibility and agility you need while maintaining control.

In this presentation, learn how Red Hat's customers and internal IT organization continues to evaluate their cloud path and used best practices to implement an open cloud infrastructure. These same best practices will enable your IT organization to:

  • Best evaluate your needs–ensuring you consider every angle.
  • Bring new applications and services online more quickly for faster time to revenue.
  • Use your existing IT infrastructure.
  • Enable the business to respond more quickly to opportunities and threats.
  • Reduce risk by maintaining control of your technology roadmap while adopting new capabilities in an evolutionary way.
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Case Study: Large government agency

Speaker: Gordon Haff, Cloud Evangelist, Red Hat

Companies around the world are challenged to simultaneously increase competitive advantage and innovation. One large federal agency did both through implementing open hybrid cloud.

In this case study, this agency gained agility and increased efficiency by implementing an open hybrid cloud strategy. They now more rapidly serve and empower their developer community, while still maintaining the necessary control over their resources to meet the strict security and policy compliance requirements of a federal agency.

Join Red Hat's Gordon Haff in discussing the issued faced, steps taken and value gained from implementing Red Hat cloud.

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Scaling Red Hat Storage for archiving, content clouds, and HPC workloads

Speaker: Veda Shankar, Solutions Architect, Red Hat

This session will explore the architecture of Red Hat Storage Server, examine its features, and demonstrate how different applications perform when deployed on it. Three use cases will be covered including best practices on how to configure Red Hat Storage Server for archiving, content clouds, and high-performance computing workloads. We'll discuss hardware requirements, sizing, optimization, and the network configuration needed to get the most out of each solution. At the close of the session, attendees will understand how and where to effectively deploy Red Hat Storage in their datacenters.

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Accelerating IT service Delivery with Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, CloudForms, and OpenShift

Speaker: James Labocki, Cloud Computing Technical Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat

OpenShift® by Red Hat, Red Hat® Enterprise Virtualization, and Red Hat CloudForms provide customers with agile development, greater availability, scalability, and control over their infrastructure. In this session, learn how OpenShift can be deployed and managed across multiple virtualization providers through the use of application blueprints in Red Hat CloudForms.

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Red Hat Open IaaS Architecture Service

Speaker: Larry Spangler, Senior Manager, Consulting, Red Hat

Driving increased use and efficiencies from your existing resources becomes reality when you take your workloads to the cloud. Getting the right design, architecture, tools, and implementation to fit your needs isn't obvious or trivial. Red Hat Services helps you set strategy, define your roadmap, use integration opportunities, and stand up flexible, extensible cloud capabilities based on open source and open standards.

In this session, Larry Spangler provides an overview on Red Hat's Open IaaS Architecture Service including what it covers, how it's delivered, how it adapts to your requirements, and the accelerated success it brings to your cloud evolution.

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Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.1 overview

Speaker: Andrew Cathrow, Product Manager, Red Hat

In this session, Andrew will provide an overview of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization and outline the new features delivered in the 3.1 release.

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Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.1 competitive features and economics

Speaker: Chuck Dubuque, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat

Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization is in a highly competitive market for dominated by VMware. So, why is now the right time to consider implementing Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization? Chuck Dubuque from the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization team will analyze the current virtualization market, covering pricing, product features, and product maturity to show how organizations can use Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization today to increase their choices for virtualization and cloud, and lower their costs. He will also discuss how the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization open source development model and Red Hat subscription pricing model can give organizations a competitive edge.

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Red Hat Storage overview

Speaker: Sayan Saha, Manager, Product Management, Storage, Red Hat

Join Sayan Saha from the Red Hat® Storage team as he provides a comprehensive introduction to the Red Hat Storage product portfolio. In this session, you'll learn about Red Hat Storage in detail including a product overview, its value proposition, high-level architecture, technology highlights, productization details, unique feature set, common use cases, and current and future focus areas.

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Red Hat Storage and Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.1

Speaker: Chaya Adatrao, Product Marketing Manager, Storage, Red Hat

Organizations are rapidly deploying virtualization initiatives to take advantage of the cost savings, efficiency gains, and agility that virtualization provides. However, aggressive virtualization deployments are also causing a virtual machine (VM) image sprawl that consumes significant and expensive storage space on Storage Area Networks (SANs).

With the integration of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization and Red Hat Storage, customers can deploy virtualization on commodity, scale-out storage architectures–whether on-premise or in the cloud. This session will cover the ways customers can remove the dependency on complex SAN infrastructures for storing virtual images to reduce operational complexities, save staff time, and significantly reduce maintenance overhead.

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CloudForms 1.1 overview and demo

Speakers: Chris Wells, Manager, Product Marketing, Red Hat and James Labocki, Cloud Computing Technical Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat

Learn how your business can benefit from incorporating Red Hat® CloudForms, an open hybrid cloud-management product, into your IT infrastructure.

Businesses need flexibility and agility to innovate faster. IT needs control and governance to manage and maintain a consistent infrastructure. Red Hat CloudForms delivers both. With CloudForms, your organization can build a hybrid cloud that encompasses heterogeneous infrastructures–so you avoid vendor lock-in–while managing the applications running in that cloud.

This session will also include a live demonstration showing how CloudForms 1.1 lets you:

  • Build and manage an open enterprise hybrid cloud that can span multiple heterogeneous virtualization platforms and extend to the public cloud.
  • Build and manage applications in that cloud, with control across your entire class of workloads.
  • Give end users self-service capabilities for increased speed and flexibility, while giving IT administrators the tools they need to establish policies to govern that access.
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OpenShift PaaS overview

Speaker: Juan Noceda, Principal Product Manager – Technical, Red Hat

Learn about the complete family of Red Hat OpenShift Platform-as-a-Service solutions and how they can help you realize the efficiencies of cloud computing while accelerating and streamlining your application development processes.

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VMythbusting: Five common misperceptions about Linux virtualization

Speaker: Kurt Milne, Managing Director, ITPI

Running business-critical applications on a platform that is reliable, open, and flexible allows your business to be agile and innovative. That is why so many IT organizations standardize on Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

If you want to virtualize your Linux environments, you can use the proven performance and efficiency capability of Red Hat Enterprise Linux and build on your existing experience and familiarity with Linux by adding the enterprise virtualization management capabilities of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization.

Attend this webcast to learn why virtual Red Hat Enterprise Linux workloads perform best with a Red Hat Enterprise Linux KVM-based hypervisor and how you can multiply the benefits of your existing investment in Red Hat Enterprise Linux with Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization to improve the agility, utilization, and availability of your IT infrastructure at an enterprise scale.

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Using Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Virtualization for business-critical Oracle database deployments

Speaker: Yan Fisher, Senior Principal Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat

Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization with the underlying KVM hypervisor is an ideal platform for deploying highly-available, virtualized Oracle databases on commodity x86 hardware. Whether you are managing a multi-tenant infrastructure or ensuring business continuity of mission-critical databases (i.e. automatically managing physical resources performing virtual machine migration), server virtualization allows you to take advantage of the latest features of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

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Migration, backup, and disaster recovery for Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.1

Speaker: Liz Peirce, Director, Global Business Development, Acronis and Jerome Boutaud, Global Director of Technology Solutions, Acronis

Acronis Backup & Recovery 11.5 Virtual Edition for Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization provides unlimited P2V, V2V, and V2P migrations to/from RHEV 3.1 as well as backup, disaster recovery and data protection for Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization VMs. The Acronis Backup & Recovery 11.5 unified platform enables Red Hat Enterprise Visualization to co-exist with other virtual and physical environments.

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Performance and capacity Management for Red Hat Environments with Dell

Speaker: Alex Rosemblat, Product Marketing Manager, Dell

Administrators managing Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization environments must act by analyzing data, interpreting results and then implementing changes. These tasks typically become unmanageable after an environment surpasses 50 VMs through the sheer amount of data to analyze. Dell vOPS Server Standard provides analysis and advice that grants control over a growing virtual environment.

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Managing Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization in hybrid clouds

Speaker: Joseph Fitzgerald, Chief Product Officer, ManageIQ

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Liquidware Labs solutions for Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.1

Speaker: Thomas Lahaussois, Technical Director, Alliances, Liquidware Labs

Red Hat and Liquidware Labs have formed a strategic alliance allowing Red Hat and its partners to use Liquidware Labs solutions for Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization deployments.

In this session, Liquidware Labs gives an overview of its solutions and how it can be usedto accelerate Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization projects for servers and desktops:

  • Stratusphere FIT to assess existing server and/or desktop in order to quickly size the proposed Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization solution.
  • Strausphere UX to monitor user experience, validate a Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization POC or pilot, and identify possible resource bottlenecks during implementation.
  • Profile Unity to migrate and manage users profile, data and applications in a Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization desktop environment.
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Performance management and monitoring for Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Environments

Speaker: Srinivas Ramanathan, Chief Executive Officer, eG Innovations

eG Innovations provides intelligent performance management solutions that dramatically accelerate the discovery, diagnosis, and resolution of service performance issues in virtual, cloud, and physical service infrastructures. Only eG Innovations offers 360-degree service visibility with automated, virtualization-aware performance correlation across every layer and every tier‒from desktops to applications and from network to storage. This unique approach delivers deep, actionable insights into the true causes of cross-domain service performance issues and enables administrators to pre-emptively detect, diagnose and fix root-cause issues‒before end users notice. Learn more here: www.eginnovations.com

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Dell and Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.1

Speaker: Chad Howell, Director of Dell Global Alliances, Dell

Dell's partnership with Red Hat can deliver robust open source solutions to lower total cost of ownership (TCO) and provide a more flexible, scalable IT infrastructure. Now that Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization (RHEV) 3.1 is available across the entire Dell PowerEdge Server line, you have even more options for fast open and affordable virtualization. In this webcast you'll learn:

  • The benefits of open source virtualization and Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization
  • How the features of Dell's PowerEdge Servers are optimized for Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization and the cloud
  • The cost savings your business can achieve by considering open source virtualization alternatives
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HP VirtualSystem VS2 for Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization

Speaker: Brent Allen, PMP, Group Manager – Cloud Solutions, Converged Applications Systems, Hewlett-Packard Company

The latest milestone in a 15 year collaboration around virtualization, the HP VirtualSystem VS2 for Red Hat reference architecture speeds virtualization software deployment while maximizing performance and scale as organizations move to cloud computing. Optimized for compute density, this single rack solution is designed to support hundreds of virtual machines, and provides a base set of extended configurations and sizing for typical workloads.This new converged system is now available from HP, including Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization subscriptions, support, and implementation services.

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IBM and Red Hat – Open Solutions for the next era of computing

Speaker: Jean Staten Healy, Director, Worldwide Linux and Open Virtualization, IBM

At Red Hat Summit 2012, IBM identified three technologies which would play a major role in the next era of computing–open virtualization, big data and open cloud. Six months later, all three are making a major impact. In this presentation IBM will discuss progress in each of these areas, and how IBM and Red Hat are delivering integrated solutions to solve real world business problems through smarter computing.

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Intel: Delivering Industry-Leading Performance and Mission-Critical Capabilities in Virtualized Environments

Speaker: Jeff Ruby, Enterprise Software Strategist, Open Source, Intel

Organizations are increasingly looking to open, standard-based solutions to help them achieve their virtualization goals–improved utilization, high availability and greater agility–while also delivering the freedom and flexibility to future-proof their investments. Intel has long been committed to fueling innovation in open virtualization solutions, striving to ensure that all virtualized environments powered by Intel® architecture deliver exceptional performance, scalability, security and power-efficiency, which extends from hardware engineering through software industry involvement.

Join this session to:

  • Discover how long-time collaboration between Intel and Red Hat is delivering world-record performance and scalability in virtualized environments.
  • Find out how Intel's extensive contributions to the Linux kernel help support mission-critical applications, with reliability, availability, and serviceability (RAS) capabilities and support for Intel® Virtualization Technology–which, in turn, is inherited by KVM and leading Linux distributions, such as Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization.
  • Hear how Intel® Xeon® processor-based servers, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, and management tools create a comprehensive, integrated, and optimized solution that costs less to acquire and maintain.
  • Learn how Intel's active involvement in standards bodies and consortia, such as the Linux Foundation, Open Data Center Alliance and Open Virtualization Alliance help foster adoption of open technologies, like KVM.
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PHP for the Enterprise

Speaker: Kent Mitchell, Senior Director of Product Management, Zend, The PHP Company

PHP applications are increasingly being used for critical internal and external apps in companies of all sizes. This means that the ability to monitor and manage your full application ecosystem is critical. In addition, there can be unpredictable demand due to the growing popularity of mobile devices, and this creates a need to scale rapidly and increases the difficultly of maintaining application availability.

Join this webinar to learn how Zend and Red Hat OpenShift have partnered to create a Platform-as-a-Service in which you can configure, build, deploy, host and administer PHP applications and their supporting stacks in an automated, elastic cloud environment. You'll find out how you can manage and scale your PHP applications in a Red Hat OpenShift environment on public, private, or hybrid clouds.

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SAP and Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization: A step on SAP's path to the cloud

Speaker: Richard Probst, Vice President, Infrastructure Technology Strategy at SAP

The case for virtualizing SAP application deployments is clear, with opportunities to ensure business continuity while moving toward greater agility and cloud computing–and yet, 70% of SAP solution deployments are not yet virtualized. Find out why Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization 3.1 strengthens the case for virtualizing these mission-critical business applications.

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The Future of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization & NetApp Storage

Speaker: Jon Benedict, Technical Marketing Engineer, NetApp and oVirt Board Member

Combining the high performance, open source KVM hypervisor with Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Manager and NetApp storage arrays enables organizations to deploy a scalable and high performance virtualization stack without vendor lock in. Learn how Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization and the investments NetApp is making in upstream open source project, oVirt, mark the next steps in extensive storage and hypervisor integration including array offload, web UI plugins, and more.

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MongoDB and OpenShift for the agile developer

Speaker: Jared Rosoff, Technical Director, 10gen, the MongoDB company

Traditional database architectures often get in the way of adopting agile development methodologies and virtualized cloud deployment models. If you really want to take advantage of PaaS paltforms like OpenShift, it's time to rethink the data layer. This talk will review some of the pains faced by software developers and how MongoDB addresses those pains.

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Provide intra-VM traffic monitoring and protect critical Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization systems with Sourcefire Virtual Appliance

Speaker: Tom Stitt, Director of Product Marketing, Sourcefire

Virtualization, with its promises of reduced operating costs, increased flexibility, and environmental benefits, has become a high priority for many organizations. But too often, efforts to fully take advantage of virtual technologies introduce new challenges. Listen to this recording to learn how Sourcefire helps enterprise organizations to overcome virtual technology security concerns. Sourcefire provides a comprehensive virtual network security solution delivering IPS capabilities along with a virtual management console.

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