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Broadcast: 1500BST Today at 3pm UK time we have a team of experts in our studio to talk about how and why you would virtualise your mission critical apps.

The Register’s Tim Phillips is your host for the hour. With him are Andrew Buss from our friends at Freeform Dynamics, Andrew Fryer from Microsoft and Alun Rogers from Risual. Between them, there isn't much they don't know about virtualisation and should be able to help you with the next stage.

The panel will explore how to create a foundation for virtualising core business services and all that it entails. It's not about the hypervisor, but much more about the suitability of the infrastructure and how the management, orchestration and licencing come together to allow end-to-end service delivery.

If this is something you're thinking about, something you're knee deep in, or even something you've already done, then join us and ask questions or share your experiences with the panel and your fellow viewers.

You can register right here.

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