AMD Quad-Core: Driving New Levels of Efficiency for Virtualization in the Datacenter
This session will highlight how x86 processor technology is maturing to meet the demands of virtualization. We will take a closer look at some of the advancements in memory handling found in the AMD Opteron processor's Direct Connect Architecture and AMD-V technology architecture - such as Rapid Virtualization Indexing and Tagged TLB - and showcase how this functionality is driving new levels of efficiency in virtualization. Virtualization is also dramatically changing the way data centers are deploying servers and evaluating server performance. In this session you will also learn about other performance-enhancing and energy-saving features inherent in the new AMD quad-core processor that will have a direct impact on your customer experience, performance and energy efficiency.
Technical Overview Session
Networking; Storage / Backup; VMware Infrastructure; Virtualization Platform / Hypervisor
Tim Mueting( AMD )
Tim Mueting is responsible for AMD's virtualization strategy, particularly as it pertains to hardware-assisted virtualization and the use of these new hardware extensions by the industry-leading virtualization software solutions. Tim works extensively with AMD's technology partners and the virtualization ecosystem in general to ensure optimal implementation of these new hardware extensions. Tim has more than 20 years experience in delivering and marketing large scale enterprise software solutions.
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