Private Cloud Migration Best Practices Webinar Hosted by Virtual Instruments and SANpulse Technologies
Practical Actions to Reduce Storage Risk in Private Cloud Migrations
In this 45-minute discussion, Virtual Instruments and SANpulse will describe specific ways to measure infrastructure readiness before, during, and after migration. In addition, they will identify the key metrics that ensure performance and availability SLAs, while efficiently managing investments and resources. With this essential data, companies can create and maintain high SLA standards.
Attendees will learn:
- The key metrics to measure and analyse to optimise SAN infrastructure and reduce risk in migrating to the private cloud
- How to proactively prepare IT infrastructure to keep problems from suddenly appearing in the cloud.
- The five specific areas to watch for before, during, and after the migration
Best Practices for Private Cloud Migration: Reduce Storage Migration Risks
Date: Wednesday 27th April 2011
Time: 5:00 pm BST / 18:00 CET
About SANpulse Technologies, Inc.
SANpulse, The Migration Expert, transforms the world's largest IT infrastructures and creates efficiencies to help reduce IT-related operational and capital expenses. Through technology led solutions, the company changes the landscape for large scale consolidations and migrations by providing infrastructure information insight that empowers proactive decisions. SANpulse solutions include SANlogics, Migration Practice and SANatomy. SANlogics, a modular proprietary software platform, supports enterprise migrations and related business requirements through discovery, analytics and auto-generation of executables. SANpulse is headquartered in Jersey City, NJ, with regional offices in London, U.K. and Pune, India. For more information, please visit www.SANpulse.com.
Virtual Instruments Corporate
Virtual Instruments offers the award-winning VirtualWisdom and SANInsight virtual infrastructure optimisation solutions that provide deep monitoring and analysis of how the virtualised IT infrastructure and the SAN affect business-critical application performance. Global 2000 customers across a broad range of industries achieve significant cost savings in virtualisation and SAN deployments by optimising utilisation, performance and availability of IT resources. Leading system and storage vendors including IBM, HP, HDS, Dell and EMC leverage Virtual Instruments to design and optimise SAN solutions for enterprise customers. The company was founded in June 2008 via a spin-out from Finisar Corp.; it has headquarters in San Jose, Calif., and can be found online at http://www.virtualinstruments.com.