Enterprise CIOs are adopting green IT and other new technologies to improve data center efficiencies. In this ebook learn more about how IT organizations are using green IT, virtualization, storage capacity planning and even cloud computing to realize energy savings and lower hardware and power costs in the data center.
This white paper explains how to run sophisticated or highly-available applications in virtualized environments by creating a software-based virtualization infrastructure that offers high availability and grid readiness.
Western Financial group was facing a challenge to provide insurance brokers with remote access from the organization's core insurance application running on Windows terminal Servers, so to overcome this issue they moved on to Ericom.
Best practices on the installation and configuration of Oracle Enterprise Manager and Dell OpenManage, including detailed instructions on how to monitor and manage alerts coming from the servers.
Companies are eager to take advantage of the benefits of cloud computing but are often weary of the potential business risks that the technology exposes. This paper provides an innovative approach to the application performance and availability challenges inherent in cloud computing. Continue reading to learn more about performance in the cloud.
The storage and server cluster installed at The University of Texas at Austin is a lesson in how to do HPC. Storage requirements for HPC go beyond massive capacity, and include the use of high-performance file systems.
By partnering with Univa, Raytheon, a leader in High Performance Computing and Mission Systems Integration, created a best-of-breed solution for scalable, robust and time-critical data movement, file virtualization, and storage and security challenges.
More and more companies are showing interest in data center outsourcing, but there are a variety of providers to choose from. This white paper compares the outsourcing capabilities and infrastructure utility services of 17 vendors. Find out which providers were considered the challengers, leaders, niche players, and visionaries.