sponsored by Dell | EMC
Premiered:  May 30, 2007, 09:00 EDT (13:00 GMT)
Format:  Multimedia
Type:  Webcast
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:
Together, virtualization and iSCSI give IT managers the tools to build SANs in virtualized environments that are more cost-effective and easier to manage than Fibre Channel-based SANs. Dell's iSCSI solutions give users the ability to seamlessly integrate virtualization into an overall, optimized storage environment.

Dell iSCSI and virtualization expert Travis Vigil will demonstrate how implementing iSCSI in a virtualized environment can:

  • Provide easier manageability than Fibre Channel with little performance trade-off
  • Alleviate storage complexities and promote VM mobility through reliance on well-understood Ethernet/IP infrastructure
  • Reduce shared storage costs
  • Enable full storage functionality for virtualized hosts
  • Improve Security
  • And more

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Speaker

Travis Vigil
Senior Product Marketing Consultant for Dell iSCSI and Dell PowerConnect™ solutions
Travis Vigil is a senior product marketing consultant for Dell iSCSI and Dell PowerConnect™ solutions. He has nearly 10 years of experience with technology companies including Intel and Dell, and was most recently the product manager for Dell PowerVault disk storage. He received a B.S. from Stanford University and an M.B.A from Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management.



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