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The Next Steps of Storage Virtualization

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Large or small, storage expert Marc Staimer believes it is going to be more disruptive to *not* implement virtualization, than to install it. Major production implementations are becoming commonplace. Many organizations are actively in the planning or deployment phases of virtualization to deliver storage and its functionality as such a service.

This TechTalk, featuring Marc Staimer, President & CDS of Dragon Slayer Consulting will prepare you for designing, developing and deploying a plan that specifically addresses the unique issues surrounding a successful implementation of virtualization delivered storage as a service and will allow storage to move from a cost to profit center.

In this Video Tech Talk, Marc Staimer covers the importance of storage virtualization and best practices for preparing to implement a solution.

Discover some of the most important questions surrounding storage virtualization, such as:

  • How can a company figure an ROI for a virtualization project
  • Where should an organization begin when testing the virtualization waters
  • What is the best approach for choosing a virtualization solution
  • When should a company not virtualize their storage
  • What does the future hold for storage virtualization
  • And more

View this Video Tech Talk and learn everything you need to know about storage virtualization.

Speaker

Marc Staimer Founder and CDS, Dragon Slayer Consulting

Marc Staimer is the founder, senior analyst, and CDS of Dragon Slayer Consulting in Beaverton, OR. The consulting practice of over 12 years has focused in the areas of strategic planning, product development, and market development for technology products. With over 30 years of marketing, sales and business experience in infrastructure, storage, server, software, and virtualization, he’s considered one of the industry’s leading experts. 

Vendor:
Fujitsu America, Inc.
Posted:
06 Aug 2007
Premiered:
Aug 6, 2007, 09:00 EDT (13:00 GMT)
Format:
Video
Type:
Videocast
Language:
English

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