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Webcast On December 7th at 11.00 GMT we’re going to be talking about the strategic changes required to develop a successful dynamic infrastructure and how it takes us to the heart of what’s increasingly being called the Private Cloud. Or to put it another way, virtualisation and dynamic infrastructure.

The Register’s own Tim Phillips will be hosting the event and he’s joined by Andrew Buss from Freeform Dynamics and Lucas Searle from Microsoft. The three of them will take a roadtrip around the following topics and, whenever possible, illustrate the theory with real examples of best practice from the real world.

  • The evolution of virtualisation
  • Consolidation
  • Resource pools
  • Dynamic infrastructure and private cloud
  • Cloud resources
  • The challenges of moving beyond consolidation
  • Management
  • Purchasing
  • Architecture
  • Operations
  • Business drivers for adoption of private cloud

If this sounds like your bag register with us here. It’s a live event and The Register’s host, Tim Phillips, will be relying on you to drive the conversation with your questions and challenges that the panel will attempt to help you with.

Look forward to seeing you on the day. ®

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