This webinar is the latest session in the Red Hat + Intel "Value of Innovation" series.
Join our webinar to discover the benefits of deploying multiple virtualization platforms. See how Red Hat and Intel team together to offer a cost-effective and powerful alternative to proprietary virtualization solutions.In this webinar you will learn:
- How Intel and Red Hat collaborate to create valuable, open technologies with Intel Virtualization Technology (VT) and Kernel-based Vitual Machines (KVM).
- The benefit of hosting Intel Virtualization Technology in newer servers.
- An overview of new features in Red Hat® Enterprise Virtualization 3.0.
- The cost and performance advantage of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization on Intel processor-based servers.
Vin Sharma, enterprise software strategist, Open Source, Intel
At Intel, Vin Sharma is responsible for strategic ecosystem initiatives that drive the adoption of open source solutions based on Intel datacenter technologies. In this role, Vin spearheads technical and marketing engagements with original equipment manager (OEM) and OSV partners working with open source projects such as Hadoop, OpenStack, KVM, and Linux®. Before Intel, Vin worked at HP for 15 years, most recently as the business strategist for open source and Linux on HP servers. Vin has an academic background in history of technology and electrical engineering.
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 three 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 eight 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.