This webinar is the latest session in the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization webinar series.
As the number of virtual workloads surpasses the number of physical workloads with the maturing of the virtualization market, IDC data indicate that as many as 1/3 of virtualization customers are planning to use multiple hypervisors over the next year.
Why a multivendor virtualization strategy?
Join us on May 31, 2012 as featured speaker Gary Chen, IDC research manager for cloud and virtualization system software, outlines IDC's findings on why customers are pursuing a multivendor strategy for virtualization software. He'll also explain how Red Hat, with its release of Red Hat® Enterprise Virtualization 3, is quickly emerging as a leading strategic alternative and moving into the broader virtualization market, supporting a mix of Linux® and Microsoft Windows workloads.
- Key factors driving customers to adopt a second source for their critical virtualization infrastructure.
- Impact and momentum of the KVM and oVirt open source virtualization technologies.
- Why Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization is emerging as a leading strategic alternative.
Register now and you'll also receive a complementary copy of the corresponding IDC whitepaper.
Gary Chen, Research manager, Enterprise Virtualization Software, IDC
Mr. Chen focuses on server virtualization and its transformational effect on the larger datacenter ecosystem of systems management, networking, storage, and security. His research also examines the extension of virtualization technology into cloud computing.Chuck Dubuque, Senior product marketing manager, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, Red Hat
Chuck Dubuque is the senior product marketing manager for Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization and is responsible for market analysis, program strategy, and channel support. Prior to joining Red Hat, he worked for 3 years at a mid-sized value-added reseller (VAR) where he experienced both the marketing and engineering of enterprise hardware and software, including Red Hat Enterprise Linux, VMware, Microsoft Windows Server, NetApp, IBM, Cisco, and Dell. Earlier in his career, Dubuque spent 8 years in the biotechnology space in marketing and business development. He earned an MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business and a bachelor's degree from Dartmouth College.