Intel Peer Research: Mission Critical Workload Migration

Intel Peer Research: Mission Critical Workload Migration


In today's work environment, IT is under increasing pressure to do more with less, and mission-critical IT is expected to provide new levels of quality service, high performance, security, and data reliability for their respective organizations with flat or even declining IT budgets. Organizations who continue to house mission-critical applications on outdated or older UNIX-based systems are creating a future problem in terms of both cost and risk to business continuity. 

Read on now to learn how you can migrate your current data, VMs, applications, and operation to higher performing, more resilent server hardware, and find out more reasons as to why it makes business sense to do so now. 

30 Jun 2014
31 Dec 2013
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