Unprecedented Performance and Cost savings on Mainframes: Red Hat Enterprise Linux on the NEW IBM zEnterprise System

Wednesday, August 18, 2010:


Increasing demands for server consolidation utilizing less space and money continues to be a key driver when implementing and deploying new hardware. The key: do even more with less. When running Red Hat Enterprise Linux on the new IBM System zEnterprise with z/VM your business can continue to deliver unique business value in the areas of virtualization, operational flexibility, scalability, workload management, efficiency, business continuance, reliability and security. Join our short webinar to learn about values such as these and how they will continue to exist on the System z architecture only.


Brad Hinson, Sr Systems Architect – System z, Red Hat 
Brad Hinson joined Red Hat six years ago after completing a second Master's degree in Computer Science at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Brad holds two System z related patents. He has coauthored four System z publications, including the Virtualization Cookbook for Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

Bill Reeder, System z Product Manager, IBM 
Bill Reeder has been with IBM 14 years and was one of the original team that began Server Consolidation for IBM. Bill has authored multiple papers and is a frequent lecturer at IBM Top Gun Classes, as well as many other IBM and customer events. Bill is currently responsible for System z IT Optimization and Consolidation Sales and Strategy, World Wide.



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