Open Source and Virtualization: Twin Trends to Drive Customer Value

Open Source and Virtualization: Twin Trends to Drive Customer Value

Virtualization provides significant benefits, including reduced hardware costs, lower energy costs, improved infrastructure robustness and more efficient IT operations. Yet many organizations are hesitant to implement virtualization to concerns about the technology or the cost.

In this paper, learn about

  • The most common types of virtualization, as well as the most common applications of the technology
  • The relationship between virtualization and open source
  • The benefits open source can provide for virtualization


Bernard Golden CEO, Navica Bernard Golden is CEO of Navica, an open source management consulting firm offering strategy and implementation services. Navica serves clients ranging from early stage startups to large IT shops, helping senior management take advantage of open source software while mitigating potential risk.
Red Hat and JBoss
18 Sep 2007
01 May 2007
16 Page(s)
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