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Virtual Instruments To Participate In GigaOM’s Structure 2010, San Francisco
Skip Bacon, Vice President of Products at Virtual Instruments speaks on the analytics and management layers panel
Skip Bacon, Vice President of Products at Virtual Instruments will be participating as a panelist in “The First Step to ROI: Analytics and Management Layers” session. The panelists will discuss the pros and cons of providing IT administrators with the correct decision-making tools and creating policy-driven, intelligent physical and virtual infrastructure. The other professionals included in this panel are Michael A. Jackson, Co-Founder, President, and COO of Adaptive Computing; Jagan Jagannathan, Founder and CTO of Xangati; Alex Polvi, CEO and Co-Founder of Cloudkick; and Javier Soltero, CTO for Management Products for SpringSource.
Panel Discussion Information
Topic: “The First Step to ROI: Analytics and Management Layers”
Panelist: Skip Bacon, Vice President of Products, Virtual Instruments
Date: Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Time: 10:50 AM
Where: Mission Bay Conference Center at UCSF
Over the last three years Structure 2010 has grown with the industry, and for the first time ever will be using a two-day format to accommodate a demand for more content and networking time. Cloud computing has caught the technology world’s imagination. At Structure 2010, participants will discuss cloud computing and recognize that it is just one part of the fabric that makes up the global compute infrastructure we rely on daily. From broadband to hardware and software, participants look at the whole picture and predict the directions the industry will take.
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About Virtual Instruments
Virtual Instruments offers the award-winning NetWisdom and VirtualWisdom virtual infrastructure optimization solutions that provide deep monitoring and analysis of how the virtualized IT infrastructure and the SAN affect business-critical application performance. Customers such as Barclay’s Card Services, Kaiser Permanente and Unilever achieve significant cost savings in virtualization and SAN deployments by optimizing utilization, performance and availability of IT resources. Leading system and storage vendors including IBM, HP, HDS, Dell and EMC leverage Virtual Instruments to design and optimize SAN solutions for enterprise customers. The company was founded in June 2008 via a spin-out from Finisar Corp.; it has headquarters in Scotts Valley, Calif., and can be found online at http://www.virtualinstruments.com.