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Want to overcome your virtualization challenges? Find out how with HP experts

The world of virtualization is moving fast.

 

We got together three of our experts on virtualization for a discussion on how the industry is developing, and the HP solutions that help deliver the fastest path to virtualization.

 

In this blog post you'll find some videos which give some background to HP's view on the marketplace and answer some common challenges.

 

Our experts are:

-  Jeff Kenyon - Head of R&D for HP VirtualSystem

-  Brad Kirby - Marketing Manager for HP Industry Standard Servers

-  Mike Koponen - Marketing Manager for HP Storage

 

In the first video we talk about the industry drivers for virtualization, the continued growth in server & client virtualization, the complexity of configuring and deploying  virtualized infrastructures, resource availability and the need to reduce risk, increase efficiencies & lower costs.

 

 

In the second clip, we cover the HP VirtualSystem portfolio and how it offers a solution to many of the customer challenges with virtualization that are driving the industry.

 

 

In the third clip, we go into detail on how HP VirtualSystem delivers great performance for virtualized environments based on the Converged Infrastructure platform - including some outstanding benchmark results.

 

 

We'll be publishing more of these video discussions over the next couple of weeks and we'd love to hear your feedback.

 

To find out more about HP VirtualSystem please click here.

 

Comments
Nadhan | ‎08-16-2012 11:40 PM

Great stuff, Phil.  Like the insights provided by Jeff, Brad and Mike

There are significant gains to be realized by using tools that unify the management of physical and virtual resources

 

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