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Kirill Kolyshkin was named leader and project manager for the OpenVZ project in 2005 to further the adoption of operating system (OS) level server virtualization. He spearheads the overall development and manages all key architecture, updates and feature upgrades for OpenVZ. Kolyshkin has more than 15 years Linux experience and has long been an active open source advocate. His 15-years experience includes positions in information technology at Deutsche Bank and telecommunications company, Severtelecom. He holds a degree in Computer Science from the Ukhta State Technical University.
Linux in the enterprise is a core component of true .next-generation. architectures. But tomorrow.s companies will use more than just open source code for cost and performance benefits. In fact, the mandate to reduce costs within the IT department without sacrificing performance is generating renewed buzz around virtualization. Linux server virtualization has been at the forefront of the virtualization movement and together Linux and virtualization are the foundation for the future of enterprise computing. However, even with the increased enterprise move to open source, proprietary virtualization solutions still lead the market. This session will look at the advantages to both proprietary and open source virtualization solutions; provide real-world examples of how enterprises are augmenting the ROI they achieve with Linux through server virtualization; and discuss how Linux and virtualization are enabling "next-generation" enterprise computing solutions.
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