Increased IT Resources with a decrease in costs, thanks to Cloud Computing
The VMware Forum in Frankfurt and Thomas-Krenn keep you informed about the latest developments!
At this very moment, a change is taking place within the IT industry. A change that will effect the way IT is used and its importance to business. IT infrastructures are becoming increasingly complex and increasingly difficult to manage. Because of new methods of delivery and application integration, the challenges are continuously evolving. Mission-critical applications are being increasingly virtualized to better respond to these challenges and the change towards flexible cloud computing is becoming inevitable.
THOMAS-KRENN AS SPONSOR AND PARTNER
Take part in the VMware Forum in Frankfurt for an intensive one-day event full of information. Are you interested in private, public or a hybrid cloud integration? If you answered yes, than this forum will help you take the first steps toward virtualization. Analysts, experts from VMware (cloud computing pioneer) and IT professionals like the hosting team from Thomas-Krenn.AG will be there to advise you. Learn how to increase the agility of your business in private, public or hybrid cloud environments, all while reducing costs. Marco Escher and Peter Ackerman, who gave a lecture on hybrid infrastructures at WHD.global 2012 in Rust, Germany, will be available in Frankfurt to answer your questions about cloud computing and hosting.
ADDITIONAL TOPICS AT THE VMWARE FORUM
- Management of critical-mission applications in a VMware fail-safe environment while simultaneously planning data center capacities effectively.
- Presentation about enterprise management solutions for managing virtual machines.
- Integration and management of new devices (e.g. smartphones, mobile devices) into your company. In addition, we will introduce Version View 5.1 including the Horizon View App. Manager.
- Presentation about vCloud partner, to guide you on the subject of Hybrid Clouds.
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