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Modern Infrastructure University: Data Center Hardware


This classroom provides participants with guidance on the selection of modern high-capacity, enterprise-class servers to maximize virtualization and energy efficiency. It specifically addresses energy efficiency, blade/rack form factors, moving workloads to a new server and new approaches to server lifecycle management.

Lesson 1: This webcast will cover choosing an enterprise-class server, with details on energy efficiency, form factors, moving workloads and server lifecycles.

Lesson 2: The blade/rack tradeoff: How do the blade and rack form factors compare today, and how should organizations decide the best form factor?

Lesson 3: Tip: When it comes to server deployment and migration, it’s not enough to write a check and buy some servers. This article covers the important processes and considerations involved.

Lesson 4: Server lifecycle management isn’t as clear-cut as it used to be. As virtualization extends the life of physical servers, IT teams have to change their lifecycle management approach.

Sponsored By: CA


Paul Korzeniowski contributor Stephen J. Bigelow Senior Technology Editor

Stephen J. Bigelow, senior technology editor in the Data Center and Virtualization Media Group at TechTarget Inc., has more than 20 years of technical writing experience in the PC/technology industry. He holds a bachelor of science in electrical engineering, along with CompTIA A+, Network+, Security+ and Server+ certifications and has written hundreds of articles and more than 15 feature books on computer troubleshooting, including Bigelow’s PC Hardware Desk Reference and Bigelow’s PC Hardware Annoyances. Follow Steve on Twitter (@Stephen_Bigelow) and LinkedIn.

15 Mar 2013
19 Mar 2013
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