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Lost in the Clouds? Akorri Helps You Think Service Infrastructure, Not Element Infrastructure

Webinar to Address How to Optimize Virtual Infrastructure to Get to the Private Cloud

LITTLETON, MA -- (Marketwire) -- 08/16/10 -- Akorri, Inc., the leader in virtual infrastructure performance and capacity management for the dynamic data center, today announced a new Webinar, "Lost in the Clouds? Think Service Infrastructure, not Element Infrastructure." Akorri's Founder and CTO, Rich Corley will analyze the steps IT managers need to take to optimize their virtualization environment.

As companies advance through the stages of server virtualization adoption, they need visibility and control to optimize performance and capacity. Organizations that do not advance operationally through the virtualization stages will not be able to leverage private cloud computing. Attendees will learn:

  • How IT organizations can leverage virtualization to create a private cloud
  • A three-step process to prepare for the cloud
  • How to manage service levels using Key Performance Indicators that predict and prevent performance issues and avoid outages

Who: Rich Corley, Founder and CTO for Akorri
What: Lost in the Clouds?
When: August 24, 2010 1:00 p.m. ET/10:00 a.m. PT
Register: https://admin.na5.acrobat.com/_a941242095/clouds/event/registration.html?campaign-id=PR

Click here to view a short overview of BalancePoint, Akorri's award-winning software.

About Rich Corley
Corley brings more than 25 years of experience leading and contributing to technology-based companies including founding Pirus Networks which was acquired by Sun Microsystems. He is responsible for leading Akorri's engineering and R&D teams. Corley is a frequent industry speaker, most recently speaking at Cloud Computing Conference & Expo, VMworld, and Interop. Corley authors his own industry Blog.

About Akorri
Akorri develops cross-domain analytical software solutions that optimize performance and utilization in the dynamic data center. BalancePoint virtual infrastructure management software provides automated, infrastructure-wide visibility and analysis to help enterprises fix problems, optimize utilization and improve performance for both virtual and physical servers and storage. IT organizations use BalancePoint to reduce IT infrastructure total cost of ownership and ultimately enable a service oriented infrastructure. Follow Akorri at http://twitter.com/Akorri. For more information, visit www.akorri.com.

Akorri and the Akorri logo are trademarks of Akorri, Inc. All other trademarks used or mentioned herein belong to their respective owners.

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