Cost, scalability, and security are key considerations when delivering cloud services. Cloud service providers building public and private clouds need to keep infrastructure cost down in order to price competitively, and must ensure stellar security and scalability in multi-tenant environments. Open technologies, such as OpenStack, Linux, and Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM), help deliver on these requirements for open clouds. And, infrastructure matters. That’s why open clouds run on IBM systems.
In this panel, industry experts will discuss:
- When and how to use open components to build competitive cloud services.
- The usage of KVM, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, and OpenStack with IBM hardware and software in enterprise virtualization and cloud initiatives, covering who is using it and where and how it’s being used.
- Business benefits being realized with KVM, OpenStack, Red Hat, and IBM technology.
- The widespread adoption of KVM.
Come prepared to ask questions and interact in this lively, interactive discussion.