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Surgient Leads Sessions on Successful Private Cloud Deployments at Cloud Expo

Surgient has developed and refined from over 150 enterprise cloud installations

Surgient Sessions at Cloud Expo

At next week’s International Cloud Conference & Expo, Surgient executives Brian Wilson and Dave Malcolm will lead three conference sessions showcasing the benefits and opportunities private clouds can deliver.

The presentations, which will cover best practices Surgient has developed and refined from over 150 enterprise cloud installations, provide enterprise IT professionals with actionable tips and advice on ways to quickly and effectively deploy private clouds.

The 5th International Cloud Conference & Expo, known as Cloud Expo, aims to provide attendees with abundant resources, ideas and examples they can apply immediately to leveraging the Cloud, helping them to maximize performance, minimize cost and improve the scalability of their Enterprise IT endeavors.

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Session:

“Top 10 Private Cloud Best Practices and Pitfalls”

Based on experience garnered from 150+ private cloud implementations, Surgient Vice President of Services and Support Brian Wilson will provide attendees with a set of hard-earned lessons-learned.
When: Monday, April 19, 2010 at 2:40pm ET
Session:

“Deploy an Enterprise Private Cloud in Less Than 30 Days”

In this session, Surgient Vice President of Services and Support Brian Wilson will share insights on how to leverage existing infrastructures to create enterprise-class private clouds in less than 30 days.
When: Tuesday, April 20, 2010 at 11:50am ET
Session:

“A Practical Framework for Successful Private Cloud Design”

Surgient Chief Technology Officer Dave Malcolm introduces a practical framework to assess principle cloud requirements and map them to design elements, including infrastructure pooling, resource allocation, and service policies. These proven design patterns serve as the foundation for vendor selection and help to establish metrics for analyzing project success.
When: Tuesday, April 20, 2010 at 5:40pm ET
Where: Jacob Javits Convention Center
New York, NY
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https://www3.sys-con.com/cloud0410/registernew.cfm

About Surgient
Surgient, the leader in enterprise cloud automation software, leverages leading virtualization and systems management technologies to automate the deployment and management of complex, user-centric IT services. Through a patented, just-in-time self-service approach, administrators and users access dynamic resource pools (clouds) on-demand and through guaranteed reservations. With support for mixed virtual/physical environments and seamless scaling from the department to the enterprise, Surgient drives substantial business savings. Using Surgient, world-class companies including IBM, Merck, Raymond James, HP, AHIMA, EMC, Iron Mountain, GE, SAP and Cisco are reducing capital costs, increasing operational efficiency, improving compliance and driving overall business agility. Surgient is a private, venture-backed company based in Austin, Texas. For more information, visit www.surgient.com.

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