The growing awareness of the advantages provided by virtualization technology
Virtualization technology is possibly the single most important issue in IT and has started a top to bottom overhaul of the computing industry. The growing awareness of the advantages provided by virtualization technology is brought about by economic factors of scarce resources, government regulation, and more competition.
Virtualization is being used by a growing number of organizations to reduce power consumption and air conditioning needs and trim the building space and land requirements that have always been associated with server farm growth. Virtualization also provides high availability for critical applications, and streamlines application deployment and migrations. Virtualization can simplify IT operations and allow IT organizations to respond faster to changing business demands.
The socio-political ramifications of global warming requiring good corporate citizens to meet greenhouse gas reduction targets, creates an added incentive for virtualization.
The availability of better virtual machine isolation through new Intel® Virtual Technology hardware support in commodity systems together with the broad availability of virtualization software provides a level of efficiency to meet these demands.
Confirmed Contributors (Name Order)
- Chris James, EMEA Marketing Director, Virtual Instruments
- Frank Rayal, Founding Partner, Xona Partners
- Iain Chidgey, General Manager, EMEA, Delphix
- Loudon Blair, Senior Director, Corporate Strategy Office, Ciena
- Marcus Jewell, VP EMEA, Brocade
- Mike van Bunnens, Managing Director, Comms 365
- Nicolas Lemieux, Director, Information & Communications Technologies, Canonical
- Patrick Lopez, VP, Networks Innovation, Telefónica
- Rajesh Ganesan, Director of Product Management, ManageEngine
- Sandra Rivera (Ms.), VP, Data Center Group: GM, Network Platforms Group, Intel
- Sunil Khandekar, Founder & CEO, Nuage Networks
- Hector Avalos, VP, EMEA Sales & Business Development, Versa Networks
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