Strategic Migration Planning -- Migrate with Confidence


December 1 | 2pm EST (GMT-5) / 19:00 GMT

You know it is time to migrate, but how do you make the move to open source? This webinar  will discuss the planning process for a successful migration from Unix to open source.

  • A clear roadmap showing the estimated timeframe and costs for your migration
  • Effective training for you and your IT staff
  • Proven best practices to ensure a smooth implementation
  • Join Red Hat, Intel, and Dell on December 2 2009 at 2pm ET to see how these open source pioneers can help you move from a RISC/UNIX environment to Red Hat Enterprise Linux




Alex Heublein, Director, Solutions & Strategy, Red Hat Professional Services

Alex Heublein is the Director of Solutions and Strategy for Red Hat Consulting. He is responsible for the technology strategy for the business unit as well as a portfolio of productized services solutions. Alex has over twenty years of experience in the IT industry encompassing a wide variety of roles including senior management, strategic technology and business consulting, enterprise architecture, and mission critical solution architecture, design, & development.

Scott Sawyer, Global Practice Lead for Linux and Solaris x86 in Dell's Global Infrastructure Consulting Services

Scott Sawyer is the Global Practice Lead for Linux and Solaris x86 in Dell's Global Infrastructure Consulting Services. In this role, he is responsible for services to help customers transition to x86 platforms. He has been with Dell since 2004. Scott has held Sr. consulting, Project Manager, and Architect roles for Dell's services organization. Prior to joining Dell, Scott worked for Red Hat and VA Linux Systems. He currently lives in Flagstaff, AZ.



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