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Reg roundtable re-run for your aural pleasure

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The Register's recent Agile Data Center Summit brought readers together with a line up of experts and analysts from across the industry.

In our second on-demand audio extract from the event, the panel rounded out proceedings in typical Reg fashion - a straight talking, open forum crammed full of expert opinion, informed discussion and of course Q&A sessions.

Lasting just over 45 minutes, the session covers many reader-instigated talking points, including:

  • The best places to get started on the agile journey,
  • How to effectively assess the returns,
  • Dealing with licensing issues,
  • Agile data centers outside othe enterprise
  • What agility gives you in terms of money and power savings and more.

With panel members from The Register, Dell, Freeform Dynamics, Intel and VMware who have all” been there, done that” seated at our virtual roundtable throughout, this is essential listening for those still toying with the idea of, or just starting out on the journey to an Agile Data Center. Here it is.

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