Ten server virtualization and blade server tips in ten minutes

Server virtualization and blade server technologies present many channel opportunities. In this collection of 10 tips author Barb Goldworm discusses trends in the blade market.

Server virtualization and blade server technologies enable you to benefit your customers with both space and power-saving solutions. Barb Goldworm, industry analyst and author of Blade Servers and Virtualization, recently chatted with SearchSystemsChannel.com about significant channel plays in the blade server market, blade server benefits and options, and best practices for selling, implementing and virtualizing blade servers.



10 tips in 10 minutes from Barb Goldworm

 Home: Introduction
 1: Blade server and virtualization benefits
 2: Ideal blade server candidates
 3: How to sell blade servers
 4: Blade server and virtualization misconceptions
 5: Preparing to deploy blade servers and virtualization
 6: Server virtualization channel impact
 7: Future of blade servers and virtualization
 8: Blade server and virtualization consulting
 9: Server Blade Summit must-attend sessions
 10: Blade server and virtualization resources

About Barb Goldworm: Barb Goldworm is founder, president and chief analyst of Focus Consulting and author of the book Blade Servers and Virtualization. She has spent over 30 years in systems and storage in various senior management, marketing, sales, technical and industry analyst positions with IBM, StorageTek, Novell, Enterprise Management Associates and several successful startup ventures. A frequent speaker at industry events, she also created and chaired Interop's Networked Storage Track. More recently, she was one of the top three ranked analyst/knowledge expert speakers at SNW and has been a regular expert speaker for TechTarget and Ziff-Davis E-seminars. She also chairs the Server Blade Summit on Blades and Virtualization.

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