This upcoming customer webcast series is targeted at folks who administer Windows and are
relatively new to VMware so if you are already a VI expert, feel free
to tell others about this event! Here is the webcast description:
Windows environments are ripe for virtualization. Lack of simple and
effective high availability tools, complex management tools and server
sprawl create a huge management burden for Windows administrators.
VMware Infrastructure offers Windows administrators a better way to run
Windows, delivering improvements in reliability, availability and
manageability for Windows applications.
Learn from your peers the rewards and challenges of running Windows
applications on VMware Infrastructure. During this informative webcast
series, you’ll hear directly from customers how they are using VMware
Infrastructure to consolidate servers, simplify management tasks and
bring high availability and disaster recovery to their mission-critical
Windows applications like SQL, Exchange, or Citrix. You will also have
the opportunity to ask questions so don’t miss this opportunity!
Webcast 1: Optimize Your Windows Environment with VMware July 10, 9 a.m. PST
Learn how HelioVolt uses VMware Infrastructure to increase efficiency and availability of their Windows environment.
Webcast 2: Consolidate Your Windows Workloads with VMware August 12, 9 a.m. PST
Hear how Johnson Controls virtualized mission-critical Windows
applications with VMware, including SQL, Citrix and their Java
Webcast 3: Increase Availability of Your Windows Environment with VMware September 25, 9 a.m. PST Join us as ViaHealth shares its experience with using VMware
Infrastructure to provide high availability and disaster recovery to
their Windows applications.
Webcast 4: Simplify Management of Your Windows Environment with VMware October 9, 9 a.m. PST Find out how T-Systems uses key features of VMware Infrastructure —
like VMware DRS and VMware Update Manager — to increase productivity
and improve overall business agility within its Windows environment.