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Virtual CloudSlam Keeps the Spirit Alive After Cloud Expo

Fifth International Cloud Expo at Javits Center in New York Continues

Delegates who still thirst for Cloud Computing expertise after experiencing the Fifth International Cloud Expo this week at the Javits Center in New York can sign up for some virtual sessions at the CloudSlam. The registration fee is $66 and can be found at

Highlights of the program Thursday and Friday include:

Virtual Labs in the Cloud, Thursday, April 22, 11am Eastern
Presenter: Sameer Dholakia, CEO of  VMLogix Session
Overview: Cloud computing is changing the fundamentals of today's pre-dominantly on-premise hosted data centers. This session reviews virtual labs and how they can be used across private and public clouds for software development, testing, training and education, support desks, sales demos and IT operations.

Server Virtualization for Aggregation in the Cloud, Thursday, noon Eastern
Presenter: Shai Fultheim, founder and president of ScaleMP
Overview: IT managers are frequently faced with the challenge of doing more with less. While traditional server virtualization enables consolidation and allows data centers to run more workloads on less hardware, server virtualization for aggregation, a new computing paradigm combines physical servers in an innovative new way to create large virtual SMP systems. This session covers best practices for implementing and using server virtualization for aggregation.

The Personality Cloud, Friday, 5pm Eastern
Presenter: Martin Ingram, VP of strategy, AppSense
Overview: As more enterprises turn to the cloud as a means to reduce cost, they are finding themselves with unsatisfied users. This session explores the "personality cloud" and its need to be separated from the corporate operating system and applications in order for VDI to succeed.

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