Softlayer webinar April 2. Innovate your business with IBM Cloud

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Innovate your business with IBM Cloud

Date: 2 Apr 2015
Time: 10:00 – 11:00 (United Kingdom Time)
Hosted by: Adrian McGrogan (IBM)

Softlayer : Innovate your business with IBM Cloud

SoftLayer, a leading provider of cloud computing infrastructure–including dedicated servers, managed hosting and infrastructure as a service (IaaS). SoftLayer has built a unified platform with an innovative high-performance architecture and global private network, serving approximately 21,000 customers across 140 countries.

Together, IBM and SoftLayer will extend and expand the IBM SmartCloud Services portfolio, offering customers worldwide–spanning small and medium businesses to large enterprise companies and partners–a robust and comprehensive cloud portfolio.
Topics covered include:
The Softlayer advantage
Delivery Models
Bare metal versus Virtual machine options
Customer References & Case Studies
Enterprise workloads

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