Uptime Seminars featuring how-to sessions; interactive demos; meet the experts and customer experiences:
DataCore Software (a leading provider of storage virtualisation solutions), VMware, Inc. (NYSE: VMW -the global leader in software for industry-standard virtualized desktops and servers) and Vizioncore (a leading provider of strategic software solutions for VMware Infrastructure environments), today announced two joint IT seminars that address business continuity and recovery issues through the use of virtualisation. The events, being held on Thursday 4th October at Lords Cricket Ground, Central London and on 11th October at Mottram Hall, Manchester, are targeted at business and technology users and decision makers who wish to make higher utilisation of their storage capacity, simplify management and operation of resources and make flexible, agile use of resources through technologies like thin provisioning.
Joining the leading virtualisation vendors are six of their trusted technology partners: Icoda, Codestone, Datashare Solutions, Cetus, NCE and Trustco, who are on-hand throughout the events to provide advice and in-depth perspective on individual environments. Virtualisation distributor Centia Is bringing the partners together and providing demos.
“This is also a great opportunity for all those who are considering virtualisation to find out more from the leading vendors and channel partners, all under one roof. It’s informal, interactive, and a great chance to explore and see in detail the benefits of a complete virtual solution of server, storage, and business continuity.” Nick Broadbent, UK MD & EMEA Operations (Post Sales), DataCore Software
Colin Wright, Northern European Director, Vizioncore, comments "We are seeing many organisations from SMBs to Enterprises utilising virtualisation for a comprehensive Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery platform. These seminars will help organisations to understand how their business challenges can be met by implementing a cohesive BC/DR strategy with virtualisation."
The events are free of charge and open to all end users. To register, follow the attached registration link.
About DataCore Software
DataCore Software, a leading provider of virtualisation software, fundamentally changes the economics of managing storage with innovative software that combines advanced functions and services with the agility and savings of hardware independence. DataCore's disk server software easily adds capacity expansion and centralized storage management for Windows, UNIX, Linux, VMware, MacOS, and NetWare systems. DataCore is privately held and its corporate headquarters are in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
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VMware, an EMC company (NYSE: EMC), is the leading provider of virtualization solutions. VMware’s customer base includes 100% of the Fortune 100 and more than 84% of the Fortune 1,000. VMware’s broad and proven suite of virtualization solutions addresses a range of complex IT problems that include infrastructure optimization, business continuity, software lifecycle management and desktop management. VMware was founded in 1998 and is based in Palo Alto, California.
Founded in 2002, Vizioncore Inc. is a leading provider of innovative dynamic backup, performance monitoring, disaster recovery and migration applications that enhance VMware Infrastructure. Vizioncore’s solutions now include esxRanger Professional, the leading backup and recovery tool for VMware Infrastructure 3; esxCharter, a consolidated solution that provides real-time performance monitoring, alerting, reporting and chargeback for Virtual Infrastructure 3; esxReplicator, which provides hardware independent, per VM replication on VMware Infrastructure 3; and esxMigrator, which automates migrations to VMware Infrastructure 3.