Find out how Microsoft Windows Server 2008® with Hyper-V™, Microsoft System Center--including Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) 2008—and Microsoft Desktop and Application Virtualization can help you virtualize from the data center to the desktop.

Get a head start on your Microsoft® virtualization expertise—take home some FREE Evaluation software*, and get the ubiquitous free T-shirt.

Go register at a city near you at the getVIRTUALnow site or just click on your city of choice below.

CONTENT

Session I: Sever Virtualization and Management

An inside look at Hyper-V and System Center Virtual Machine Manager from an architectural and a real world view. Complete with live demonstrations of real life scenarios, and even a look at SCVMM managing VMWare ESX.

Session II: How Microsoft IT builds Dynamic Data Centers

A look at the current and future Microsoft Data Center. See how Microsoft IT, one of the world’s largest IT organizations, uses Windows Server 2008 and Hyper-V to provide dynamic, scalable, and real-time adjustment to business needs.

Session III: Understanding Virtualization at the Desktop Level

The future of the Enterprise Desktop is very exciting, and Microsoft Virtualization technologies like Softgrid, Med-V, MDOP, VECD and Terminal Services are in the middle of it all. This session will provide an understanding of the direction of the industry, and highlight the capabilities of the technologies available, as well as look at what the future will bring.

DATES & CITIES

*Free Microsoft evaluation software for all event attendees! You’ll take home an evaluation kit with versions of the latest virtualization products. The Microsoft Virtualization Evaluation Kit is available only for attendees of 2008 Microsoft Virtualization Launch event.Registered attendees must be an IT Professional or IT Decision Maker and 18 years old by September 8, 2008 to attend this event. Limit one kit per person. All kits must be claimed at the event. This offer is non-transferable and expires on December 31, 2008 while supplies last. Offer is not redeemable for cash. Taxes, if any, are the sole responsibility of the recipient.