What Does Virtualization Mean To You?

Posted: Mon, Nov 24th 2008 12:01pm PT
Closed: 3 Dec 2008, 11:59PM PT

Once again, we here at Techdirt are bringing you another call for insights via the Insight Community. IBM and Intel have launched a new site, Virtualization Conversation, and are looking for what virtualization (in an IT context) means to you. The best thoughts will be featured on their site, and the selected authors will be rewarded $500.

Visit the Insight Community to participate in this case now.

Intel and IBM would like to get the Insight Community's thoughts on what virtualization (in the IT context) means to you.  

They will be hosting the best thoughts on this subject on their new site, Virtualization Conversation.

Pick ONE of the following topics and expand on it to discuss your views on the subject in approximately 750 to 1,500 words.

  • Maximizing the business value of data centers
  • Virtualization benchmarks
  • The benefits of virtualization
  • Improving efficiencies in the work environment

We're looking for views from folks in the IT world, giving some insight into their real world experiences on these topics. Eight Three responses will be chosen and placed on the Virtualization Conversation site.

Update: Intel and IBM were so pleased with the quality of responses, that they have increased the number of insights that they would like to use from three to eight.  Thanks everyone for your excellent insights!

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Filed Under: virtualization
Companies: ibm, intel

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