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On-demand Webcast : Ask Princeton Insurance how it created a secure private cloud

Princeton Insurance, FlexPod, and the Private Cloud - The company's vision was to create a secure private cloud with shared resources that could be rapidly provisioned, increasing business agility while reducing IT overhead.

When: Feb 3rd 2011

Time:  11:00 a.m. PT ; 2:00 p.m. ET

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Who: Nicole Gadbois, director of Network Operations at Princeton Insurance, along with technical experts from NetApp, Cisco, and VMware, will be online to answer your questions about the Princeton Insurance IT deployment or your own journey to IT as a service.

Participate in this interactive session and learn how you can:

-       Protect your investment with unified support for FC, FCoE, ISCSI.

-       Perform a nondisruptive, data-in-place upgrade.

-       Respond to business opportunities with flexible and cost-efficient technology.

Feel free to submit questions ahead of time or discuss FlexPod here on the community or via Twitter with #flexibleit.


Thanks so much!
Terri Peluso
Senior Community Program Manager

Re: Feb 3rd Interactive webcast: Ask Princeton Insurance how it created a secure private cloud

As part of the upcoming Feb 3rd  interactive discussion with Princeton Insurance, I’m submitting a couple of questions that came up in conversations with other users.

The first set is about the amount of time it now takes to create a new VM. How long does it take?

Thanks so much!
Terri Peluso
Senior Community Program Manager

Re: Feb 3rd Interactive webcast: Ask Princeton Insurance how it created a secure private cloud

What level of self-service has Princeton Insurance implemented, and for which applications/workloads?

Thanks so much!
Terri Peluso
Senior Community Program Manager

Re: Feb 3rd Interactive webcast: Ask Princeton Insurance how it created a secure private cloud

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