The Road to Open and Cost-Effective Virtualization

View this exclusive webcast to learn about the key business drivers for open source virtualization including, improving IT infrastructure efficiency and cloud strategy.

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In this 45 minute webinar Quinten will cover the common business drivers for Open Source Virtualization such as the requirement for IT infrastructure efficiency improvements and or as a building block in their cloud strategy.  Quinten will review Red Hat best practices in assessing, and implementing solutions, to these common business challenges. Using a step-by-step modular approach, Red Hat Services team has proven Pathways to help you reach your goals. Find out how Red Hat is already helping customers use Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization from assessment all the way through to staff training.

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Date: July 14, 2011

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

Speaker(s):

Quinten Laureijs Program Manager, Red Hat

About Quinten Laureijs: Quinten has been working for Red Hat in the Benelux since 2006. As a solution architect he provides consulting and advice for Red Hat, Jboss and Open Source technologies for both partners and customers. On a regular base he does presentations and leads workshops on a variety of subjects. As of June 2011 he works as a Program Manager for Red Hat. Quinten makes sure that customers are provided the right resources and information to take Enterprise Open Source to strategic levels to achieve company goals. In former jobs he has worked for companies like Philips where he gained experience in Unix and Linux, deployment strategies, clustering and monitoring. Quinten has over 12 years of experience in the ICT industry.

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