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Is Your x86 Infrastructure Best-in-Class for Data-Intensive Workloads?

Data-intensive workloads, such as business processing and decision support, are placing x86 enterprise application environments under tremendous stress - inadequate scaling to handle demanding workloads and exponential data growth; insufficient reliability to handle large single system databases and high density virtualization; and increased management complexity due to server sprawl. Join HP's Kirk Bresniker, Chief Technologist VP, Business Critical Systems, and Intel's Rory McInerney, VP, Intel Architecture Group, as they discuss the features inside the Xeon E7 processor & the ProLiant DL980 G7 server that enable greater scalability and reliability, break-through management efficiencies, & leadership performance, and what this can mean for your business.
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    Kirk Bresniker, HP - VP, Business Critical Systems, HP and Rory McInerney, Intel - VP, Intel Architecture Group
    Data-intensive workloads, such as business processing and decision support, are placing x86 enterprise application environments under tremendous stress - inadequate scaling to handle demanding workloads and exponential data growth; insufficient reliability to handle large single system databases and high density virtualization; and increased management complexity due to server sprawl. Join HP's Kirk Bresniker, Chief Technologist VP, Business Critical Systems, and Intel's Rory McInerney, VP, Intel Architecture Group, as they discuss the features inside the Xeon E7 processor & the ProLiant DL980 G7 server that enable greater scalability and reliability, break-through management efficiencies, & leadership performance, and what this can mean for your business.
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