Stand It Up and Go As Fast As You Can

Mark Stahl, Billy Cox David Abramowski, Alec Istomin
Join experts from Parallels and Intel for an informative discussion on cloud computing for performance sensitive workloads. Learn how Parallels Virtuozzo Containers* use a performance friendly architecture to enable companies to truly maximize their Intel hardware investment.
Sep 16 2010
60 mins
Stand It Up and Go As Fast As You Can
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Intel Cloud Builders publishes detailed reference architectures and best practices that you can use right now to deploy and enhance your cloud and you can engage in a community dialogue on cloud related topics to accelerate your deployments. Using this proven guidance and interaction with cloud leaders, IT managers can begin utilizing cloud solutions to improve cloud security and efficiency, while simplifying data center management and operations.

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