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    • World Premiere: Intel's Peer Research on Desktop Virtualization World Premiere: Intel's Peer Research on Desktop Virtualization Jesus Garcia, Desktop Virtualization Platform Marketing Engineer at Intel Recorded: Nov 10 2011 9:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    • Attend this webinar to get the first look at IT professional peer research. Intel asked 200 IT managers from enterprises around the country about their desktop virtualization projects. The top 5 key findings will be analyzed by Intel expert Jesus Garcia in an exclusive Intel IT Center video that premiers at this event.

      Whether you're currently in the middle of a desktop virtualization project, or have just started planning, this is an event you won't want to miss.

      Following the video, Intel's IT Center program brings you a live moderated Q&A session:

      Intel Desktop Virtualization Expert Jesus Garcia will be on hand to answer your questions. So, whether you're wondering about your delivery model options, what end users will benefit most, or have specific challenges you need to overcome, Jesus will have some keen insights to offer.

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    • Transform IT with Blended Desktop Virtualization Delivery Transform IT with Blended Desktop Virtualization Delivery Matt Evans, Senior Systems Consultant, Desktop Virtualization Group, Quest Software Recorded: May 19 2011 9:00 am UTC 48 mins
    • Your organizations workforce is diverse – some users are completely office based, others are constantly mobile and many are in between. These users have varying needs and no one virtualization technology will be a best fit for them all.
      In this session desktop virtualization expert Matt Evans will show you how blending hosted and local VDI can transform the desktop virtualization experience for both your IT department and your users.
      During this live webcast you will learn how to:
      • Embark on work from home initiatives
      • Allow users to securely BYOC & reduce hardware costs
      • Authorize users to work from multiple device choices within the corporate environment
      • Quickly deploy Windows 7 to virtual desktops, regardless of device age
      • Mix and match virtualization technologies to best meet user needs cost effectively.

      Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to securely, centrally & affordably deliver Windows desktops and applications to all your different employee types using the right desktop virtualization technology.

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    • Virtualization and the Cloud: Encryption Enables a Fast and Secure Migration Virtualization and the Cloud: Encryption Enables a Fast and Secure Migration Gargi Mitra Keeling, Group Product Manager, vCloud Security, VMware; Imam Sheikh, Product Manager, Virtualization, SafeNet Recorded: Oct 18 2012 3:00 pm UTC 47 mins
    • The business benefits and economies of migrating to virtualized and cloud environments are very clear, providing significant cost reduction and system efficiencies, moving to a “pay as you go model”. However, when you move to a dense virtual infrastructure or cloud, you often lose control of the underlying infrastructure, therefore ownership and control of data in that infrastructure. In addition, workloads are mobile yet security is usually tied to underlying infrastructure, removing any assurances that security policies can be enforced as workloads move.

      In the journey to virtualization and the cloud, many organizations are still contending with large pools of physical infrastructure. They want to gain the efficiency and lower cost associated with server consolidation and virtualization, but security and audit teams advise them this puts the company’s sensitive data at risk. Automating IT in a private cloud keeps developers and other users in-house and under an organization’s control, but rapid deployment of workload requires agile security.

      Join your fellow professionals to first understand the challenges and roadblocks of migrating to the cloud and virtualized environments, and where the data security gaps exist. Then understand how by attaching security to the data itself and managing the encryption keys, you are able to maintain control of your data, prove compliance, and facilitate governance – even in a dense virtual or cloud environment. Virtualization, Hybrid or Public cloud offerings can now be used for broader workloads (including ones containing business critical, sensitive data ie. production servers in addition to test and development), while still delivering the security and compliance requirements needed.

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    • Lightboard Series: Episode 1 - Why is Network Virtualization Inevitable? Lightboard Series: Episode 1 - Why is Network Virtualization Inevitable? Julie Starr Security Strategist, VMware | John Whitman Sr. Systems Engineer, VMware Upcoming: Sep 15 2016 3:00 pm UTC 30 mins
    • Join NSX experts for a series of engaging videos and learn more about the use cases driving the adoption of network virtualization today. Through the use of a lightboard, we’ll illustrate the technology and business drivers around network virtualization with VMware NSX.

      Virtualization in the data center is not a new concept, but until now has been limited to compute and storage. For organizations who have already adopted server virtualization, the next step should be obvious. Join us to learn:

      - Why virtualized environments will ultimately incorporate network virtualization and why networking and security go hand-in-hand
      - How organizations can get started today without requiring changes to existing physical network topology
      - How NSX can run as a feature-rich overlay on top of your existing physical network bringing the capabilities of network virtualization to your environment, dramatically improving operations and automation

      Build a fundamentally more agile, efficient and secure application environment with VMware NSX network virtualization on powerful industry standard infrastructure featuring Intel® Xeon® processors and Intel® Ethernet 10GB/40GB Converged Network Adapters.

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    • Influencers Panel Series: Key Use Cases for Network Virtualization: How and Why? Influencers Panel Series: Key Use Cases for Network Virtualization: How and Why? Aram Avetisyan, IBM | Rene Van Den Bedem, RoundTower Technologies | Maqsood Siddiqui, VMware | Joshua Soto, VMware Upcoming: Sep 7 2016 3:00 pm UTC 30 mins
    • In this two-part series, a panel of top influencers will share their experiences with network virtualization and VMware NSX, how it is being used by organizations as they move toward a fully software-defined data center, and what its deployment requires. You’ll hear valuable advice and use cases for transforming your data center into one that’s more agile, secure and scalable.

      Join us for an open panel of NSX top influencers in a no-slide webcast conversation. They’ll explore how enterprises are using NSX for multiple use cases not previously possible with traditional data center infrastructure. Get insights from their first-hand experiences and IT outcomes that are resulting in unparalleled speed, agility, and security – with orders of magnitude better economics, flexibility, and choice.

      Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from industry experts as they share their valuable insights into:

      - How NSX is being deployed in a variety of customer scenarios
      - Key use cases of NSX
      - Getting started with NSX

      Build a fundamentally more agile, efficient and secure application environment with VMware NSX network virtualization on powerful industry standard infrastructure featuring Intel® Xeon® processors and Intel® Ethernet 10GB/40GB Converged Network Adapters.

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    • Influencers Panel Series: Operationalize Network Virtualization: Best Practices Influencers Panel Series: Operationalize Network Virtualization: Best Practices Rene Van Den Bedem, RoundTower Technologies | Joseph Griffiths, VMware | Joshua Soto, VMware Upcoming: Sep 20 2016 3:00 pm UTC 30 mins
    • In this two-part series, a panel of top influencers will share their experiences with network virtualization and VMware NSX, how it is being used by organizations as they move toward a fully software-defined data center, and what its deployment requires. You’ll hear valuable advice and use cases for transforming your data center into one that’s more agile, secure and scalable.

      Join our open panel of NSX top influencers as they engage in a no-slide webcast conversation. They will lead a discussion on the Day 2 operations of NSX deployments. Learn how NSX has transformed network and security operations to better manage scale, agility, and availability of your data center resources.

      Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from industry experts as they share their valuable insights into:

      - Understanding SDDC operations
      - Drilling deeper into NSX operations and opportunities
      - Tools available for Day 2 operations

      Build a fundamentally more agile, efficient and secure application environment with VMware NSX network virtualization on powerful industry standard infrastructure featuring Intel® Xeon® processors and Intel® Ethernet 10GB/40GB Converged Network Adapters.

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    • Optimizing Storage for Virtualization in Windows Server Optimizing Storage for Virtualization in Windows Server Anil Desai, Independent IT Consultant Upcoming: Oct 18 2016 3:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • Virtualization workloads generate many requirements and challenges for IT departments, including high performance, low latency, high-availability and the ability to quickly move and reconfigure workloads based on changing demands. This presentation focuses on best practices for employing a wide array of different storage features in the Windows Server platform. Details range from the SMB 3.x protocol to data-deduplication, clustering, Hyper-V Replica, and many more related features. The presentation will begin with suggestions for determining requirements for different kinds of virtual disks and different business workloads. Based on these requirements, we'll drill-down in to practical advice on how, when, and why these features can help increase service delivery and reduce costs for virtualized environments of all sizes.

      Join Anil Desai, independent consultant and author of over 20 technical books around Windows Server platform, virtualization, databases and IT management best practices. He has over 20 years of experience in architecting, implementing, and managing IT software and datacenter solutions. He has worked extensively with IT management, development, and database technology. Anil holds many technical certifications and is a twelve-time Microsoft MVP Award recipient (currently Cloud/Datacenter Management).

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    • Why Network Virtualization is Inevitable? Why Network Virtualization is Inevitable? Julie Starr, Staff Systems Engineer, VMware Recorded: Jun 15 2016 5:15 am UTC 7 mins
    • Join this engaging, technical Lightboard webcast, presented by Julie Starr (Staff Systems Engineer at VMware) to discover:

      - Why virtualized environments will ultimately incorporate network virtualization
      - Why networking and security go hand in hand
      - How organizations can get started TODAY on the journey with security components

      Build a fundamentally more agile, efficient and secure application environment with VMware NSX network virtualization on powerful industry standard infrastructure featuring Intel® Xeon® processors and Intel® Ethernet 10GB/40GB Converged Network Adapters.

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    • World Premiere: Intel's Peer Research on Desktop Virtualization World Premiere: Intel's Peer Research on Desktop Virtualization Jesus Garcia, Desktop Virtualization Platform Marketing Engineer at Intel Recorded: Oct 31 2011 4:00 pm UTC 42 mins
    • Attend this webinar to get the first look at IT professional peer research. Intel asked 200 IT managers from enterprises around the country about their desktop virtualization projects. The top 5 key findings will be analyzed by Intel expert Jesus Garcia in an exclusive Intel IT Center video that premiers at this event.

      Whether you're currently in the middle of a desktop virtualization project, or have just started planning, this is an event you won't want to miss.

      Following the video, Intel's IT Center program brings you a live moderated Q&A session:

      Intel Desktop Virtualization Expert Jesus Garcia will be on hand to answer your questions. So, whether you're wondering about your delivery model options, what end users will benefit most, or have specific challenges you need to overcome, Jesus will have some keen insights to offer.

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    • Optimizing Virtualization for a Greener Data Center Optimizing Virtualization for a Greener Data Center Scott Miller, World Wide Technology, Inc., Dir of BusDev for Virtualization Recorded: Nov 19 2009 8:00 pm UTC 44 mins
    • Given today’s economic demands on business, data centers are continually being pushed to run more and more efficient. Server Virtualization is the most impactful and immediate way to achieve these efficiencies. Today most organizations have started to complete this process but it often stalls at 30% or less of the potential servers running virtual. Most of the “top tier” applications were not considered during the initial rollout. There are several reasons why companies “stall’ at this virtualization consolidation ratio but one of the most common is the lack of network and security insight that the Network team had into the virtual machines. Recent product advancements from VMware and Cisco overcome this hurdle and will be the reason why virtualization will continue to grow deeper causing the desired levels of cost savings and efficiency. This presentation will discuss these current hurdles and how these new products and platforms allow them to be overcome. Scott’s extensive product-agnostic background in data center virtualization solutions has made him an industry thought-leader. As the original co-founder of Server Centric Consulting, Scott led the trade in new methodologies and best practices for server based computing, application, server, and desktop virtualization solutions. Under Scott’s leadership Server Centric resided on the Technical Advisory Boards for both VMware and Citrix and was contracted by VMware and Microsoft to write white papers documenting their unique best practices for Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI). Scott joined WWT as their Director of Business Development for Virtualization in August, following the acquisition of Server Centric Consulting by World Wide Technology, Inc. Scott holds several certifications including VCP, CCEA and MSCE.

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