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Tuesday, May 14 • 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Deploy KVM in Your Data Center Today (Yes, Today) - Moderated by Gabi Zijderveld and Adam Jollans, IBM

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This Presentation followed by a Panel Discussion will focus on automated deployment of KVM and virtual machines, the scalability of automation tools, V2V migration tools,and the configuration and tuning of high-performance VMs in cloud data centers. Also maintaining compute clusters and VM resource pools within a cloud, batch processing,and other complex configurations. The audience will be encouraged to ask questions and provide feedback.

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Adam Jollans

Linux Strategy Manager, IBM
Adam Jollans is currently leading the worldwide cross-IBM Linux and open virtualization strategy for IBM. He has been involved with Linux and open source since 1999, and previously was a programmer and supported customer projects. He graduated from Cambridge University with a degree... Read More →
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Gabi Zijderveld

Program Director, Worldwide Linux and Open Virtualization Marketing, IBM
Gabi Zijderveld leads worldwide marketing for Linux and open virtualization across IBM.  Prior to her current position she managed the Tivoli IT Asset Management and IT Financial Management product management teams.  Gabi joined IBM in 2006 through the MRO Software acquisition... Read More →


Andy Cathrow

Senior Manager, Product Management, Red Hat
Andrew Cathrow serves as senior product manager at Red Hat and is responsible for Red Hat’s virtualization products. Prior to this position, Andrew managed Red Hat’s sales engineers. Prior to joining Red Hat in 2006, Andrew worked in product management for a configuration... Read More →
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Alan Clark

Director, Open Source and Industry Initiatives, SUSE
Alan Clark, a member of the SUSE Office of the CTO, is an industry advocate for open source collaboration which will provide customers with the most innovative architecture possible.
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Sean Dague

Software Engineer, IBM
Sean Dague has been an Open Source developer for most of his professional life. He's worked on numerous Open Source projects over the years including SystemImager, OpenHPI, Xen, OpenSim, NFS Ganesha, and OpenStack. He's a core reviewer on Nova, Tempest, Devstack, Grenade, and lots... Read More →

Michael Day

Distinguished Engineer and Virtualization Architect, IBM
Mike Day is an IBM Distinguished Engineer and is the Virtualization Architect for IBM's Open Systems Group. Mike has developed network operating systems, internet protocols, systems management software and hardware, security protocols, and virtualization software. Mike lead IBM's... Read More →

Tuesday May 14, 2013 4:00pm - 5:00pm EDT
Main Dining Room

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