On-demand webcast: Top 20 cloud and virtualization do’s and don’ts for IT infrastructure

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Executive Summary

There are two types of IT professionals in this world: those who use cloud services and those who provide cloud services for others to use. The lure of being a cloud service user is simple: all you have to do is pay-as-you-go and everything will be taken care of for you. The reality, of course, is a little different. Everything works, until it doesn’t. And then you’re in the same call queue as a thousand other users, waiting your turn.

For startups working out of a garage, using cloud services has its appeal. But if you’re running an ongoing business, you don’t want the fate of your company dependent on whether or not someone half a planet away can understand your infrastructure needs over the phone.

Even so, cloud services can be appealing for your users and your operations. What if you could have the best of both worlds? What if you could spin up cloud services for your users as they need them and still control all aspects of your infrastructure, including your own hardware – and not be stuck in line when you need to fix something?

CBS Interactive is proud to present "Top 20 cloud and virtualization do’s and don’ts for IT infrastructure," an interactive webcast about how to build out your own cloud and virtualization infrastructure without tears.

  • Learn about the various elements that make up operating your cloud infrastructure, including the best options for virtualization based on your unique needs.
  • Discover the newest ways to design and configure your own cloud and virtualization operations and tricks for reducing the footwork and increasing the reliability of your installation.
  • Explore best practices (and worst practices) and learn what to do (and what not to do) when building out your own virtualization and cloud infrastructure.
Don’t miss "Top 20 cloud and virtualization do’s and don’ts for IT infrastructure,” an nteractive webcast featuring CBS Interactive’s Distinguished Lecturer David Gewirtz, author of The Flexible Enterprise (the classic book that served as a foundation for today's agile business movement). Why should you have to learn things the hard way when we can help you find the shortcuts and avoid traps?

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