Virtualisation Unplugged at the Royal Academy of Music, London


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Virtualisation is all the rage, and as a result it is gaining attention across the whole public sector, including education. Originally focused on consolidating resources in the data centre, virtualisation now has applications across the spectrum: driving down costs, improving responsiveness and reducing carbon emissions — with the potential to dramatically improve productivity and reduce cost.

Of course, with the launch of Windows Server 2008, the capabilities of the Microsoft virtualisation system have made a leap (described by a colleague, in a silver-tongued moment as “a comprehensive end-to-end toolset for creating, managing and securing a virtual infrastructure”) . There’s a chance for you to catch up with the story, and see what it possible at Virtualisation Unplugged on 24 October 2008, at the Royal Academy of Music in London

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9.15

Registration

9.45

Introduction to Microsoft all-up story on virtualisation

10.00

Customer Presentation

10.45

Break

11.00

Server Virtualisation with Hyper-V

  Technical session introducing Hyper-V — The Microsoft server virtualisation offering

11.30

Management of Virtual Servers
  including other vendors such as VMware

12.30

Lunch

13.30

Role-based Computing
  Delivering the right set of services using the right virtualisation method

14.30

Application Virtualisation using App V
  formerly known as Softgrid

15.15

Break

15.30

Virtualisation Futures 
  Where are we going with virtualisation?

16.00

Questions and Answers

16.30

Close

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