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Powering the Cloud - Datacenter Technologies & Virtualization World

powering_the_cloud120X90.gifSNW Europe, Datacenter Technologies & Virtualization World combined under the exciting new theme Powering the Cloud

Powering the Cloud is the exciting new theme for the 2011 editions of SNW Europe, Datacenter Technologies and Virtualization World taking place on 2nd and 3rd November at Congress Frankfurt.

Cloud computing, impacting almost every size and type of organisation today, is the new wave of IT architecture, a natural evolution of the widespread adoption of virtualization, service-oriented architectures and utility computing. Together the conferences focus on the key elements of the IT environment including:

  • data storage
  • data management
  • data protection and security for the cloud
  • desktop, server, storage and network virtualization
  • converged data centre networks
  • complementary architectures and technologies


There is no better place to help you understand how to take advantage of these significant new developments as you review your current environment and plan for 2012 and beyond.

Make the trip to Frankfurt in November and experience the exciting new theme Powering the Cloud. Attend the three co-located events which are delivered in association with influential industry association the SNIA Europe and choose from over 130 conference sessions, take a hands-on approach to the latest technologies, attend SNIA tutorials, meet over 70 leading vendors and mix with almost 2,000 of your peers from across Europe.

Save €120! Free entry by registering with promo code: M38P11 at http://poweringthecloud.com/registration

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