Server Centralization DEFINITION: The reduction in the number of servers by combining different types of applications through a process of co-location of multiple servers at fewer locations. The most important part of a server consolidation initiative is the planning and analysis of end-user requirements, application requirements, and the server environment.
This exclusive paper discusses a storage architecture that allows IT to consolidate remote servers and data in the data center by decoupling storage from its server regardless of the distance.
In this ESG white paper, you will discover how a state-of-the-art disk array can help alleviate server virtualization challenges and pain points. You will also learn how this innovative technology can help increase your ROI while optimizing your storage infrastructure.
Dell's Solutions Performance Analysis (SPA) team conducted a study to measure the virtualized environment. Access this white paper today to discover the key findings of the study and learn about how to analyze the performance of virtualization consolidation solutions.
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