Legacy hardware is costing companies hours of downtime and as a result over $1.1 million in lost revenue a year. But replacing this aging hardware is daunting
Learn the risks associated with legacy hardware, the solutions to keep integral applications without the headaches of aging hardware, and how you can take back control with virtualization.
We’ll walk through two case studies highlighting how much these companies saved in maintenance costs and power consumption
Dave Clements, Systems Engineer, Stromasys
Bio:With over 30 years of experience, Dave brings proven business and technical performance in server infrastructure virtualization, cloud computing, customer support, system administration, operations, and network infrastructure management.
Dave joined the Stromasys team eight years ago, leading the U.S., Canada, and South America field engineer team in cross-platform virtualization of legacy DEC system and he also functions as a company-wide VMware resource. Prior, he held positions at Northrop-Grumman, Electronic Data Systems, and DXC Technology (formerly CSC). Dave has lived in Raleigh, North Carolina for over 10 years.
Sandy Levitt, Senior Sales Engineer, Global Alliances & Channels
Bio:Sandy serves on the Global Alliances & Channels team, providing technical expertise for Stromasys partners. She spent 27 years at DEC/Compaq/HP working to support Tru64 Unix on Alpha.