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Tuesday, April 16 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Cloud Computing with KVM - Tony Gargya, IBM

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KVM provides a superior foundation for multi-tenant, cloud data centers. After giving an overview of why KVM, this session will draw from diverse live production examples to break down how KVM integrates with different tools andtechnologies to provide automated, cloud data centers. We will discuss specific tools that are being used by customers with KVM today for cloudcomputing including oVirt/RHEV-M, OpenStack, IBM products and more. 
The target audience is system administrators, data center managers and system integrators. We will discuss learning experiences, problems overcome, and the outlook into the near future. An intermediate level of expertise is required.


Tony Gargya

Systems Management Architect, IBM
I am a systems management architect with a focus on systems management and virtualization in the IBM Systems and Technology Group. My focus is primarily on open source based projects and their integration with commercial products. I work closely with numerous clients to help them... Read More →

Tuesday April 16, 2013 2:00pm - 3:00pm PDT
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