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Regcast As part of our Virtualization Workshop series, we've invited a studio full of proper virtualization experts to tackle your questions on anything and everything to do with Server Virtualization. You can join them right here.

Your host for the 1hr event is The Register's own Tim Philips, who will be introducing Reg regular Jon Collins from Freeform Dynamics and our esteemed guest, David Greschler from Microsoft.

David is Microsoft's Director of Virtualization Strategy, and to say he knows virtualization would probably be the understatement of the century. He's formerly of Softricity, the well respected application virtualization company that Microsoft purchased in 2007. He's been there, seen it, done it, bought the t-shirt.

So you can expect detailed, interesting conversations about readers' technical issues, strategies you might want to consider and any challenges you might expect to encounter on the way. You can throw any questions you might have at them live, too – the more the better, in fact. We want you to get something useful out of this and we think we've got you a super-qualified panel to help.

We've come up with some discussion points, which you can see here, but nothing is off-limits when it comes to quizzing the panel on virtualization.

Tempted? You can register for the event here and it will only take a minute of your precious time. If you can't make the live date, register anyway and we'll email you as soon as the recorded version is ready for your delectation. ®

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