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Red Hat hosts ‘Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization: Make Virtualization a Breeze’ briefing sessions across Australia

Red Hat will host a series of briefing sessions across Australia based on ‘Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization: Make Virtualization a Breeze’
  • 07 October, 2009 16:28

<p>Sydney, Australia – 7 October 2009 - Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), the world’s leading provider of open source solutions, will host a series of briefing sessions across Australia based on ‘Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization: Make Virtualization a Breeze’.</p>
<p>Organisations are increasingly being pressured to do more with less and adapt to changing business priorities. Recent IDC Research shows that virtualization is a key ingredient in a more agile, cost-effective and greener data centre. The six-city briefing series will provide a breath of fresh air for IT Managers, IT Directors or Data Centre Managers who are tired of paying extra for virtualization software that locks them in to proprietary technology.</p>
<p>The sessions will demonstrate how Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization dramatically reduces the cost and complexity of virtualization, frees businesses from vendor lock-in and reduces IT costs while maintaining or improving service delivery and support levels.</p>
<p>The briefings will also cover how organisations can run more virtual machines per physical server, run virtual machines on more server and storage configurations than other hypervisors and stop paying extra for virtualization software. They will also preview a new set of virtualization management tools that will deliver live migration, high availability, dynamic power management monitoring and more.</p>
<p>For further information, or to register to attend any of the sessions, visit www.apac.redhat.com/promo/breeze</p>
<p>Dates and venues:</p>
<p>Tuesday, 13 October 2009 – Perth (Duxton Hotel)</p>
<p>Thursday, 15 October 2009 - Adelaide (Hilton Hotel)</p>
<p>Tuesday, 20 October 2009 – Brisbane (Marriot Hotel)</p>
<p>Thursday, 22 October 2009 – Canberra (Australian War Memorial, 
BAE Systems Theatre)</p>
<p>Tuesday, 10 November 2009 – Sydney (Hilton Hotel)</p>
<p>Thursday, 12 November 2009 – Melbourne (Spring St Conference Centre)</p>

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