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Reach Your Server Virtualization Goals

It’s Time for a Total Performance Analysis

by Tony D'Ancona | 06.13.13

You’ve probably realized that best practices for virtualization have changed quite a bit since you initially put together your virtual infrastructure. Most organizations still have, on average, only 30% of their severs virtualized, and they’re looking to make the most of their infrastructure as they try to meet today’s virtualization needs. That’s why we offer a Total Performance Analysis for your virtual infrastructure, which can help you make the most of your virtualization investment.

Tags:AnalysisCapacityInfrastructureServersVirtualization

Data Center

Support Virtualization by Upgrading Your Data Center Memory

System-Specific Memory Is Where It’s At

by Mike Mohney | 08.08.13
Like most organizations, you’re probably exploring server virtualization or contemplating making the move to the cloud. As you look to the future of your data center, one important thing you should keep in mind is memory. In this episode of the Connect with Experts podcast, I’ll tell you about how selecting the right memory can really increase your data center’s performance, especially as you move into virtualization.

Tags:Cloud ComputingData CenterServersVirtualization

Virtualization to the Rescue

See Cloud Computing Clearly

by Mark Officer | 10.15.13

It’s a constant balancing act. Your users want better, faster access to data applications, and services, but you don’t have never-ending resources. What’s more, you need to stay in control of your organization’s infrastructure. So how do you give your users what they want with the infrastructure you already have, all while maintaining a high level of control and security? That’s where a software-defined data center (SDDC) comes in. In an SDDC, your data center’s core components are pooled and managed by intelligent software systems, and I’ve put together a list of four main benefits of creating one for your organization.

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Centralized data center control facilitates desktop virtualization security, but there are additional challenges to overcome.

Desktop Virtualization Is All Around

Overcoming the Challenges of Your Virtualized World

by Tony D'Ancona | 12.31.13

You know about desktop virtualization: it can simplify management and optimize user experience while reducing costs for your organization. But you may not be aware of the new tools available to IT managers that will allow you to easily scale virtual desktops without the guesswork that may have accompanied sizing, installing, and expanding your virtual infrastructure. Today, we’ll share more information about how these new tools can help you overcome the challenges presented by VDI.

Tags:Data CenterServersVirtualization

What SQL 2014 Really Means

Timing is Good for Business, but Software Assurance Is Even Better

by Patrick Renzi | 06.03.14

When Microsoft announced the actual release date for SQL 2014 many modern businesses simply looked at the latest database offering from Microsoft and saw just that: new software. Sure, it’s easy to get caught up in all the features—like enhanced BI tools, easier management through Always On, enhanced memory utilization, and the ease of scaling your on-premise SQL deployment to the Azure platform. Since it’s been ranked the most secure database platform for the last five years running, it is simple to see why so many IT Directors and CTO/CIOs are jumping ship from Oracle and shifting their platforms to SQL. There are a plethora of high-end capabilities that businesses are able to leverage from this incredible software. I, however, want to focus on something that might go unnoticed by far too many. That something is timing.

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