Optimize, Manage, and Scale a Modern Infrastructure: A Crash Course in Four Parts

Optimize, Manage, and Scale a Modern Infrastructure: A Crash Course in Four Parts

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The journey to infrastructure modernization can take different paths. For some, it means moving workloads from the data center to a hybrid cloud. For others, it means migrating from a hardware-based infrastructure to a software-defined data center (SDDC). And for many, a modern infrastructure means transitioning to a SDDC with hybrid cloud capabilities.

 

If you need to respond faster to rapidly changing business conditions and want to reduce the cost of infrastructure management by more than 50%, register today for our four-part webcast series, Crash Course: Optimize, Manage, and Scale a Modern Infrastructure.’

 

On Nov. 9th, Nov. 16th, Nov. 30th and Dec. 7th, we’ll explore the solutions – Cloud Foundation, vSphere 6.5, vSAN and vRealize Operations – that form the core of a modern, agile, responsive infrastructure. In these webcasts, we’ll offer product demos, examine use cases, and conduct in-depth discussions of VMware solutions for a modern IT infrastructure. Part 1 is now available on-demand.

 

In part 2, coming up on Nov 16th, Himanshu Singh and Kyle Ruddy will cover:

  • Key IT Challenges and Digital Transformation
  • How vSphere 6.5 Enables Your Path to SDDC
  • What’s New
    • vSphere 6.5 Update 1
    • vRealize Operations 6.6
    • vSphere Integrated Containers 1.2
  • Key Capabilities: Deep Dive and Demos
    • Native vCenter High Availability
    • Native vCenter Server Appliance Backup and Restore
    • VM Encryption
    • Predictive DRS
    • APIs
  • Resources and Next Steps

 

Register today and join live to learn how a modern, secure, scalable infrastructure can enhance performance and flexibility to meet– and exceed – the demands of your organization and your customers.

 

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