De-mystifying virtualisation database concerns

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This Computing web seminar will look at the issues to consider when virtualising databases and provide advice on various ways to approach the task

Wednesday 6 April 2011, 3:00pm GMT
De-mystifying virtualisation database concerns

Most organisations are looking to move as many applications as possible off dedicated servers and onto virtual machines in order to reap total cost of ownership and management benefits.

But some applications require more attention in virtual environments than others, and datacentre managers need to make considered decisions on how best to optimise access and performance using existing virtualisation platforms, third-party management tools and/or shared database clusters, for example.

This Computing web seminar, in association with Oracle, will look at the issues to consider when virtualising databases and provide advice on various ways to approach the task.

Who should attend?
• CIOs
• IT directors
• IT managers
• Storage managers
• Project managers
• Network managers
• Datacentre managers

Why you should attend
• Gain an in-depth understanding of how different approaches to running databases within virtualised environments can be used to optimise access and performance.
• Hear how other companies have successfully done the same thing.
• Put your questions to our panel of expert speakers.

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