INX today announced the release of “Deploying the VMware Infrastructure” at VMware VMworld 2008 in Las Vegas.
With the recent acquisition of AccessFlow in June, INX has made an aggressive move into the data center virtualization space by acquiring some of the most expert minds in the business. Those minds belong to Steve Kaplan and Gary Lamb, INX’s VP of Datacenter Virtualization and Senior Director of Data Center Virtualization Practice, respectively.
Steve and Gary have collaboratively written a book titled “Deploying the VMware Infrastructure” and will be releasing the book at this year’s VMware World trade show, September 15 through the 18th in Las Vegas.
“Deploying the VMware Infrastructure” provides a starting point for understanding the VMware Infrastructure and deploying it for cost reduction, quicker deployments of systems, and better control of resource utilization, as well as datacenter management and high availability.
Kaplan and Lamb have started a national book tour to promote and discuss the book this month and will continue to tour until VMworld. Steve Kaplan is founder of AccessFlow and formerly ran an ROI consulting firm. He has helped organizations around the globe quantify their IT costs, written scores of published IT articles and white papers on virtualization, power savings and has spoken at many venues across the globe including delivering the keynote address at Thin Power 2006 in Norway.
Gary Lamb says
Ask me anything about Virtualization. I’m a big fraud. Too bad you have to trust me because I wrote a book.