Eliminating the Pitfalls: Steps to Virtualization in Government

Segment 1: Delivering the Business Case

wfedstaff | April 17, 2015 5:43 pm

Virtualization is at the heart of these programs, and government’s failure rate has been high due to unwieldy, expensive and complicated infrastructure. The ramp-up of virtualization efforts in government requires agencies to take into account infrastructure-related challenges such as scalability, complexity, cost, performance and more. And more agencies are rolling out virtualization solutions that allow Bring-Your-Own-Device users to stay productive no matter where, or how, they work.

This discussion explores how agencies are tackling the pitfalls inherent in virtualization to fulfill Administration initiatives like cloud adoption, data center consolidation, greening of I.T., and telework.

Moderator: Francis Rose – Host of In Depth, Federal News Radio



Gary Barlet – CIO, Inspector General’s Office, United States Postal Service
Chuck Riddle – CIO, Government Printing Office
Greg Garcia – Executive Director, U.S. Army Information Technology Agency
Dave Gwyn – VP Federal Sales, Nutanix