Best TCO for Server Virtualization

Best TCO for Server Virtualization

Citrix XenServer™ is the simple and smart way to virtualize your datacenter, providing greater flexibility, high application availability and radically reduced datacenter costs. Easy to install and manage, XenServer delivers open, powerful server virtualization for even the most demanding workloads, transforming complex datacenters into dynamic server workload delivery centers. Based on the open source Xen hypervisor, XenServer delivers near bare-metal performance for accelerated application delivery, improved server utilization, and scalable server management. And with advanced features like automated high-availability and live-migration, downtime for maintenance or other service disruptions is a thing of the past and business continuity is a reality for more applications than ever before.

Unique to XenServer is its dynamic workload management capabilities for consolidating workload images and streaming workloads on-demand to any virtual or physical server. As a result, you can easily manage the workload lifecycle, from test to production to retirement, and virtual servers can be placed intelligently on the most appropriate server. XenServer is the smart choice for improved server utilization, simple VM management and accelerated application delivery - and it's easy to get started right away. Download this podcast and learn how Citrix virtualization solutions can dramatically simplify computing in your organization.


Simon Crosby CTO, Virtualization and Management - Citrix Systems Roger Klorese Sr. Director Product Marketing, Citrix Roger B.A. Klorese is a Senior Director for Citrix XenServer. Roger drove product and marketing strategies for infrastructure software technologies including VMware ESX Server and VERITAS Storage Foundation, where he introduced & developed the application-aligned storage management solution space. He served as VP of marketing at Trigence and Sychron and in a variety of marketing, product management/support roles. Roger majored in Critical Studies and Computer Science at Dartmouth College.
16 Mar 2009
Mar 16, 2009
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