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Virtua: The Virtualization Channel

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  • IMPACT: Virtualization’s Effect on the Network
    IMPACT: Virtualization’s Effect on the Network
    Jon Duren, Systems Engineering Manager, WWT, Inc. Recorded: Feb 14 2013 36 mins
    As the adoption of virtualized clouds changes the landscape of our data centers, many organizations are beginning to take a fresh look at the way they approach networking.

    In this webinar we will address some of the challenges that face networking teams today as they interact with the new virtual world, such as:

    - There’s more to networking than just hooking things up
    - Where Network Services Reside
    - Ownership of Services
    - Advanced Cloud Networking : Where is my Layer-2?
    - How does this play into orchestration and automation
    - A Pragmatic Approach to Cloud
    - The Next Generation Network Engineer
  • Five Pillars of VDI Success
    Five Pillars of VDI Success
    Scott Miller, National Technical Solutions Architect, World Wide Technology, Inc. Recorded: Nov 15 2012 35 mins
    According to industry researchers nearly 75 percent of the organizations who have deployed a virtual desktop environment have stalled their deployment before completion leaving frustrated employees in departments ranging from IT, to the business units, to the executive suite. It isn’t a lack of good intentions causing these deployments to fail, but rather a lack of understanding of the holistic approach needed to successfully deploy a virtual desktop environment. Join WWT’s Dave Kinsman, National Technical Solutions Architect, as he discusses the 5 Pillars to VDI success.
  • Architecture, Sizing and Deployment Considerations for a Citrix Desktop Enviro
    Architecture, Sizing and Deployment Considerations for a Citrix Desktop Enviro
    John Nguyen, National Technical Solutions Architect, World Wide Technology Recorded: Nov 13 2012 47 mins
    Join WWT's Dr. John Nguyen as he discusses the arcitectural best practices, sizing and deployment considerations for environments leveraging Citrix in their virtual desktop installations.
  • WWT is Master Certified in Security and Unified Communications
    WWT is Master Certified in Security and Unified Communications
    Jim Kavanaugh, Don Seiler and Ladi Adefala Recorded: Oct 24 2012 5 mins
    Jim Kavanaugh, Don Seiler and Ladi Adefala talk about what it means to our customers that WWT is Cisco Master certified in Security and Unified Communications.
  • Live from VMworld - an independent look at this week's announcements
    Live from VMworld - an independent look at this week's announcements
    Jason Campagna, Cloud Practice Director Recorded: Aug 28 2012 30 mins
    Join Jason Campagna as he discusses various product and solution announcements made during the VMworld keynotes this week, and how WWT is working with VMware to provide a comprehensive software-defined datacenter approach with our Cloud-in-a-Box methodology.   Jason is WWT’s Cloud Practice Director, working with a team of top tier solutions architects in the largest enterprise, service provider, and federal marketplaces.   Jason has been a long term member of the Citrix and VMware Partner Technical Advisory Boards, and an author of several whitepapers for organizations such as VMware and Microsoft including the original Stateless VMware whitepaper design.
  • Cisco Labs @ Geek Day 2012
    Cisco Labs @ Geek Day 2012
    Jeff Stiles, Federal Partner Account Manager for WWT Recorded: Mar 30 2012 3 mins
    At this year’s Geek Day, Cisco is sponsoring 6 technical labs: VXI, UCS, Security Gateway/Secure Mobility, Prime for Enterprise, WAAS and Cisco’s Intelligent Automation for Cloud (CIAC). Please come by to discuss these solutions with the Cisco team.
  • Utility Metered Cloud
    Utility Metered Cloud
    6fusion Recorded: Mar 30 2012 3 mins
    There is a fundamental shift taking place in the way technology resources are delivered and supported. Virtualization and consolidation have forever changed the face of computing and server utilization by promising resource efficiency and reducing the hardware footprint. Meanwhile, technology-as-a-service and cloud based delivery models are emerging as the computing trend of the future, where users pay service providers only for exactly the amount of technology they use in a pay-as-you-go utility model, instead of buying and managing sprawling environments of software, hardware, and support services.
    6fusion is an innovative Utility Metered Cloud company that has emerged in this new era of utility computing with a refreshing vision for the future, cutting-edge technologies and a unique commercial business model.
  • FireScope: Unify for the NetApp Cloud
    FireScope: Unify for the NetApp Cloud
    FireScope Recorded: Mar 29 2012 5 mins
    FireScope: Unify for the NetApp Cloud
  • Software Security Goes Mobile
    Software Security Goes Mobile
    Jacob West - Director of Software Security Research, HP Recorded: Mar 8 2012 42 mins
    Mobile devices and the risk posed by vulnerabilities in the software that runs them are proliferating. This talk scrutinizes challenges faced in securing mobile apps and contrasts them with legacy software security initiatives. We discuss how outsourcing confounds security efforts, how the mobile app lifecycle can make risk a hot potato, and a variety of other challenges organizations face as users demand ever increasing mobile capabilities.
  • Bridging the gap of virtualization and physical infrastructure
    Bridging the gap of virtualization and physical infrastructure
    Phil Fischer, APC by Schneider Electric Data Center Business Development Manager Recorded: Mar 1 2012 28 mins
    Bridging the gap of virtualization and physical infrastructure - integrating APC by Schneider Electric's Data Center Infrastructure Management with Microsoft & VMware

    This interactive presentation introduces the virtual integration between APC by Schneider Electric's data center infrastructure management solution StruxureWare Central, and systems for managing virtualized environments. StruxureWare Central allows end to end data center infrastructure management software for monitoring and control of power, cooling, security and energy usage from the building through IT systems. In he latest release of StrxureWare Central, virtual machine management and physical infrastructure management are now talking to each other so as to maximize the benefit of virtualization by answering the questions:

    Which VMs are on a host server with compromised physical health?
    Power
    Cooling

    Where should I move a VM, or add a new one?
    What is the best "healthy" host server?
    How do I find this place?
    How do my VMs migrate?
    When a physical event occurs, who/what will move the VMs?
    Is this an automated or a manual process?
    Effect on business process?
    In a physical event, what business process(es) could be
    impacted?

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