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Subject: ADV: Webcast Series on Utility Computing for Linux
Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2003 11:26:41 -0400

Utility Computing is gaining in popularity, as a way to reduce overall IT costs, maximize utilization of existing IT assets, and provide fast and reliable service that can adapt to changing business needs. Discover how the flexibility of Linux’s open source platform makes the integration of a Utility Computing solution in your enterprise a winning strategy.

VERITAS Software has constructed a series of Webcasts that will address challenges in making optimum use of your current Linux assets and help realize the benefits of Utility Computing for Linux:

  • Reduce hardware and software expenditures
  • Increase availability for current IT resources
  • Reduce multi-vendor administrative complexity
  • Shorten the time to deploy new or additional resources

Take advantage of guest speakers that are trusted industry experts in the Linux enterprise space and register now!

Thursday, October 9th: Building a Utility Computing Model on Linux
Brian Proffitt, an industry expert and Managing Editor of Linux Today, will join VERITAS to share market trends and discusses strategies for delivering virtual Linux computing resources on-demand.

Thursday, October 16th: Clustering & High Availability for Linux
Examine Linux options for clustering Oracle, DB2, and MySQL enterprise databases.

Thursday, October 23rd: Faster, Easier Linux Server Provisioning
Take the guesswork and the labor out of scaling or (re)deploying Linux servers with automation tools from VERITAS.

Thursday, October 30th: More Bang for the Buck—Open Source Databases
Open Source databases are attracting enterprise customers because of their lower TCO and streamlined functionality. Listen to how VERITAS and MySQL makes them more robust and highly available.

Make your Linux enterprise work for you—sign up for the Webcast series today



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