Server Technology to Cloudburst for Increased Flexibility and Lower Costs

May 05, 2010
1:00 PM EDT    10:00 AM PDT    5:00 PM GMT   
Length Approximately One Hour
Speakers Eric Burgener, Senior Vice President, Product Management, InMage Systems
William Fellows, Principal Analyst, The 451 Group
Carryl Roy, Editor-in-Chief, Virtual Strategy Magazine
Dave Simpson, Editor-in-Chief, InfoStor



Cloudbursting, or provisioning virtual servers on demand within a cloud infrastructure, provides end users with the ability to then failover applications  to these newly provisioned VMs. This opens up a lot of new use cases for cloud infrastructure beyond just the recovery-oriented services available now.  This Webcast will focus on the use cases across three different areas -- recovery, administration and production -- and look at what technologies will enable these new use cases for cloud infrastructure. The presentation will also explain what end users should be looking for from their cloud providers, and what benefits and cost savings they can achieve.

The presentation will also explain what end users should be looking for from their cloud providers, and what benefits and cost savings they can achieve.

Speakers Title

Eric Burgener
Senior Vice President, Product Management
InMage Systems

William Fellows
Principal Analyst
The 451 Group

Carryl Roy
Virtual Strategy Magazine

Dave Simpson


About InMage :

InMage is the leading independent software vendor in developing and delivering comprehensive, disk-based and scalable business application recovery solutions that allow companies to meet stringent disaster recovery, eliminate the impacts of local backups, and manage application uptime to meet high availability requirements. Targeting enterprises, InMage solutions provide solid data protection for high growth data environments while eliminating backups, minimizing data loss on recovery, shortening recovery times, and increasing recovery reliability in heterogeneous environments. InMage uniquely offers granular protection and AppShot technology to further support its customers' local backup, remote disaster recovery and high application availability requirements. InMage was founded by acknowledged storage networking visionary Kumar Malavalli, who co-founded Brocade Communications, and Rajeev Atluri, another storage networking luminary with a number of storage patents pending in next generation data protection technology. The company is headquartered in Santa Clara, California, and has engineering operations in Hyderabad, India. InMage distributes its solutions primarily through indirect channels, including a large network of OEMs, VARs, and systems

About The 451 Group :

The 451 Group is an independent technology-industry analyst company focused on the business of enterprise IT innovation. The company's analysts provide critical and timely insight into the market and competitive dynamics of innovation in emerging technology segments. Clients of the company—at vendor, investor, service-provider and end-user organizations - rely on The 451 Group's insight to support both strategic and tactical decision-making for competitive advantage.