Join Sequel Data Systems VMware, HP, and RES Software to explore the benefits of using virtualization technology to manage your desktops, and your IT budget.
Attend this seminar to learn how VMware View 4.5 can help you control costs by:
- Reducing IT Expenditures. Quickly provision or update PCs anywhere in the world with just a few clicks.
- Locking down and controlling the PCs in your company. Easily control the access to corporate assets and lockdown devices like USB or CD/DVD.
- Improving PC manageability. Manage dozens or thousands of PCs from a central management console and easily update corporate policies.
- Provide an essential context-aware, secure and centrally managed user workspace containing the right applications, data, printing and personalized settings to any user.
- Sequel Data Systems Introduction
- VMWare View 4.5
- RES Software
- HP VDI
- Lunch & Movie - Due Date
Join us to learn how you can get the fast, reliable, affordable disaster recovery solution you've been looking for.
VMware View. Sounds like a good day to be in IT.
Sequel Data, VMware, and HP will be hosting a free event were you will discover how to improve the efficiency and availability of IT resources and applications through virtualization. Your staff will handle double or triple the number of servers and desktops, giving users access to the services they need while retaining centralized control. Deliver built-in availability, security, and performance across the board, from the desktop to the datacenter.
Dallas Cowboys Stadium
September 30, 2010 9am to 2 pm.
Please contact us for more details. 512.918.8841 x 110
Sequel Data Systems will be an event sponsor for this years Door64.com Austin Technology Fair. This event showcases Central Texas technology companies. We will be there with the Mobile Data Center doing demos on virtualization. Inside the data center, you can gain valuable knowledge on everything from how to configure your systems so they fail-over properly in the event of a disaster, to provisioning new virtual machines in a matter of minutes.
Date: Tuesday, June 15th, 2010
Time: 10:00am until 5:00pm
Location: AT&T Conference Center - 1900 University Avenue, Austin, Texas 78705 [Map]
Come see the Mobile Data Center that showcases the latest data center technology. We currently showcase the latest VMware products including vSphere, vCenter, and View.
Join us to learn more about how VMware ViewTM 4 delivers desktops as a managed service and provides the best-in-class desktop-user experience.
* Manage, update, and provision thousands of desktops from a single management console.
* Centralize your management of desktops, applications, and data.
* Secure data by moving it from unsecure devices to the data center.
* Reduce total cost of ownership and manageability.
Come see the view everyone's talking about. Experience hands on demos and take View for a test drive.
Enjoy Technology Happy Hour with VMware and Sequel Data Systems.
May 20th from 2:00pm to 4pm
Fox and HoundClick Here to Register
11470 Westheimer Road
Houston, TX 77077
IDC's analysis of organizations adopting a centralized virtual desktop (CVD) computing environment with the use of VMware View shows that investment in the technology can result in significant business value with very high return on investment (ROI). IDC's analysis also yielded the following observations:
Organizations deploying VMware View saved on average over $610 per supported end user per year compared with organizations using unmanaged PCs. Savings came from lower device and IT staff support costs - over $480 - and improved productivity (reduced downtime) - over $130.
Organizations leveraging the advanced capabilities available in VMware View Premier, such as ThinApp application virtualization and View Composer image management, saved an additional $122 per year compared with organizations that had not deployed ThinApp and View Composer with VMware View.
To maximize the value associated with the adoption of centralized virtual desktops, organizations must be aware of the limitations of the platform, such as performance, mobile access, and datacenter capacity.
S i m p l i f y i n g P C M a n a g e m e n t T h r o u g h V i r t u a l i z a t i o n
Of the technologies currently available, hypervisors represent the most recent addition to the set of tools that can be used to efficiently manage PC environments. After a tremendous growth in demand for the use of hypervisors for server virtualization to enable hardware consolidation as well as other capabilities, hypervisors are now being applied to the desktop environment in various ways. In many cases, legacy hypervisor platforms are installed on physical PCs to provide users with the ability to run multiple isolated and unique desktops on one physical PC, enabling users to run a Windows OS and Mac OS side by side on the same PC, for example.
More recently, IT organizations have been leveraging server virtualization for the purposes of hosting multiple isolated and unique desktop environments, which end users access remotely from their desks through thin clients. This model is referred to by IDC as centralized virtual desktops.
The use of hypervisor technology as an infrastructure for desktops enables a far more flexible architecture. The elimination of the logical bond between physical PC hardware and the applications delivered by the PC can significantly simplify the many tasks necessary for the management of the PC. By using this new architecture, IT organizations can more effectively and efficiently manage their desktop environments, particularly for end users who are largely outside the lasso of existing desktop management tools.
For more about the IDC's White Paper sponsored by VMWare follow the link http://www.vmware.com/files/pdf/resources/IDC_Quantifying-Business-Value-VMware-View.pdf