If you’re around on the 12th April 2010, and you’re interested in learning a bit about Microsoft Virtualisation technologies, plus, have a chat over a brew with me, then this could be the “Virtualisation Summit for you!”

Looking at virtualization but unsure about your options? Thinking about Windows 7 migration? Interested in VDI and server virtualization? Want to save on costs but wondering about ROI? Have more questions than answers on the topic?

This 1-day event will provide you with an understanding of the key products & technologies enabling seamless physical and virtual management, interoperable tools, and cost-savings & value. Microsoft Virtualization provides a completely virtualized infrastructure for your organisation, from the datacenter to desktop to the cloud.

Please mark your calendar for Microsoft Virtualization Summit on Monday 12 April 2010 in London. Join us and interact live with Microsoft, key partnerships and early adopter customers in this informative event near you.

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In terms of agenda:

08.30AM – 09.30AM - Registration
09.30AM – 10.30AM - Session 1: Virtualization 360 – Datacenter to the Desktop to the Cloud
10.30AM – 11.30PM - Session 2: Next Generation Optimised Desktop
11.30PM – 12.00PM - Break
12.00PM – 13.00PM - Session 3: Implementing a Comprehensive VDI Solution
13.00PM – 14.00PM - Lunch
14.00PM – 15.00PM - Session 4: Physical to Virtual Management with System Center
15.00PM – 15.30PM - Break
15.30PM – 16.30PM - Session 5: Deploying Business Critical Workloads and Applications
16:30PM – 17.30PM - Session 6: Building a Foundation for Your Private Cloud
17.30PM – 18.30PM - Networking & Close

I’ll be delivering the pre-lunch session, on Implementing a Comprehensive VDI Solution, highlighting some key improvements around Microsoft VDI with Remote Desktop Services, and how this is licensed, and then moving on to looking at 3rd Parties such as Citrix, Quest and Ericom to name but a few, provide value on top.

If you’re interested, I’d recommend you register, as it could be a very valuable day indeed.