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Health IT: how to overcome in-house server complexities
Many health care organizations utilize XenApp farms to centrally manage applications and computing resources. And although this makes remote access of clinical applications more convenient, XenApp farms are typically very complex and expensive to license and maintain. Virtualizing these farms with VMware can alleviate some of the shortcomings, and increase overall effectiveness.
Join industry experts Greg Shields, Founding Partner at Concentrated Technology, and Frank Nydam, Director of Health Care Solutions & Business Development at VMware, to get expert tips and best practices for virtualizing your XenApp servers, including:
- Virtualization strategies that reduce infrastructure complexity Allowing the servers to be included in the same management and DR pools with other virtualized servers
- Allowing common management and DR pools in mixed environments
- New approaches to reduce or eliminate planned and unplanned downtime
- And much more
SpeakersFrank Nydam Director Healthcare Solutions & Business Development, Office of the CTO
Frank is responsible for VMware’s Healthcare strategy, market development and solutions. He joined VMware in 2002 and has been primarily focused on the application of virtualization technologies in the Life Sciences and Healthcare Provider industry segments. In his current role Frank collaborates with a broad range of Healthcare ecosystem partners including hospitals, clinical application providers and industry groups to help deliver safer more efficient Healthcare solutions.Greg Shields Founding Partner
Greg Shields, MVP, vExpert, is an independent author, speaker and IT consultant, as well as a founding partner with Concentrated Technology. With nearly 15 years in information technology, Shields has developed extensive experience in systems administration, engineering and architecture. He is a contributing editor and columnist for TechNet Magazine and a regular writer for TechTarget and other publications, and he has authored or contributed to 10 books and countless white papers and webcasts.