Linux and open virtualization technologies are helping push the limits of IT infrastructure to support cloud computing, high-availability data centers and more. From KVM to Xen Project and more, SysAdmins have more opportunity than ever before to be a part of the team innovating to advance both business opportunities and technology in their companies.
That’s why we’re offering a new class available for the first time onsite at The Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit focused on KVM, Introduction to Linux KVM Virtualization. Those who sign up for the course will automatically receive an invitation to the Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit, which is an exclusive, invitation-only event with the world’s leading developers, end users and vendors working on Linux and collaborative development. (Plus it’s in Napa.)
The course is taught by Mike Day, distinguished engineer and chief virtualization architect at IBM. This is a unique opportunity to learn the latest skills from the very best in the community. The class will cover how KVM and related open source components can be assembled to create an entire virtual IT infrastructure, including the process of coupling KVM with such tools as oVirt, libvirt and OpenStack. Mike is also keynoting at Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit in a presentation with HP’s Monty Taylor titled “KVM, OpenStack and the Open Cloud.”
As one of the fastest-growing virtualization technologies (50 percent growth in deployments last year, according to IDC), now is the time to get your head around this important technology. We hope you’ll take advantage of this learning opportunity and also join us at the Linux Foundation Collaboration Summit!
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