mission critical data centers

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By: nlyte Software     Published Date: Jun 23, 2011
Data center managers face increasing complexity and explosive growth in the mission-critical operations they manage. With these escalating pressures, many organizations are adopting a new way to manage their data centers. Read this white paper to discover how Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) can create more efficient and highly available data centers.
Tags : nlyte software, data center, mission critical, infrastructure management, best practices
     nlyte Software
By: 3COM     Published Date: Mar 08, 2010
Learn how a resilient virtual switching fabric design can help you ensure a future-proof data center network that effectively supports business needs while lowering costs.
Tags : data center design, mission critical data centers, irf, intelligent resilient framework, datacenter, data center, networks
     3COM
By: Intel     Published Date: Nov 14, 2019
You can migrate live VMs between Intel processor-based servers but migration in a mixed CPU environment requires downtime and administrative hassle A study commissioned by Intel Corp. One of the greatest advantages of adopting a adopting a public, private, or hybrid cloud environment is being able to easily migrate the virtual machines that run your critical business applications—within the data center, across data centers, and between clouds. Routine hardware maintenance, data center expansion, server hardware upgrades, VM consolidation, and other events all require your IT staff to migrate VMs. For years, one powerful tool in your arsenal has been VMware vSphere® vMotion®, which can live migrate VMs from one host to another with zero downtime, provided the servers share the same underlying architecture. The EVC (Enhanced vMotion Compatibility) feature of vMotion makes it possible to live migrate virtual machines even between different generations of CPUs within a given architecture.
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By: VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud     Published Date: May 20, 2019
The network of yesterday is not the network that can take businesses into the future. As mission critical enterprise applications move to the cloud, wide area network (WAN) must adapt to become agile, flexible, and scale rapidly. Leading IT trends such as Internet of Things (IoT), Software as a Service (SaaS), cloud storage, enterprise mobility, emerging transport alternatives, and globalization increase the importance of how network assets are leveraged and how the network is conceptualized. The advantages of public and private data centers and cloud-based applications are significantly diminished if the network is slow, inflexible, and unpredictable. Erratic network performance with high latency, jitter and packet loss can significantly impact user adoption, satisfaction, and overall corporate productivity. As connectivity options continue to emerge, end users are no longer tethered to the office or to the localized applications and services that were trademarks of a primary or branc
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     VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud
By: Apstra     Published Date: Feb 21, 2019
IT organizations are facing new challenges as a result of digital transformation, widespread cloud and SaaS adoption, mobile proliferation and pervasive IoT deployments. They must build and operate their internal data centers to deliver high availability for mission critical applications, rapidly onboard new applications and scale capacity on demand – all within the mandate to be cost competitive with infrastructure as a service providers (IaaS) like AWS and Azure. They are architecting and building new Intent-Based Data Centers to deliver private cloud services to their internal and external customers.
Tags : saas, data center automation
     Apstra
By: VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud     Published Date: Feb 19, 2019
The network of yesterday is not the network that can take businesses into the future. As mission critical enterprise applications move to the cloud, wide area network (WAN) must adapt to become agile, flexible, and scale rapidly. Leading IT trends such as Internet of Things (IoT), Software as a Service (SaaS), cloud storage, enterprise mobility, emerging transport alternatives, and globalization increase the importance of how network assets are leveraged and how the network is conceptualized. The advantages of public and private data centers and cloud-based applications are significantly diminished if the network is slow, inflexible, and unpredictable. Erratic network performance with high latency, jitter and packet loss can significantly impact user adoption, satisfaction, and overall corporate productivity. As connectivity options continue to emerge, end users are no longer tethered to the office or to the localized applications and services that were trademarks of a primary or branc
Tags : sd-wan, saas, cloud storage
     VMware SD-WAN by VeloCloud
By: HP     Published Date: Sep 01, 2011
Read this whitepaper to learn how your organization can overcome the challenges associated with legacy networks to the mission-critical data center.
Tags : data center, converged infrastructure, business continuity, flexfabric, energy efficiency
     HP
By: Astrocom     Published Date: Dec 13, 2007
Enterprises with mission critical applications are exploring the benefits of disaster recovery sites for their data centers to ensure business continuity. Special network technology is needed to ensure that site failover and failback occurs reliably and predictably. An ideal solution should provide reliable network connections, manage inbound and outbound traffic over multiple WAN links, failover to a secondary data center if all links at the primary data center are down, and eliminate deployment barriers and costs of multi-homing with BGP (Border Gateway Protocol).
Tags : data center, datacenter, data centers, business continuity, disaster recovery, backup, recovery, failover
     Astrocom
By: NEC     Published Date: Aug 26, 2014
In addition to high reliability and availability, enterprise mission critical applications, data centers operating 24x7, and data analysis platforms all demand powerful data processing capabilities and stability. The NEC PCIe SSD Appliance for Microsoft® SQL Server® is a best-practice reference architecture for such demanding workloads. It comprises an Express 5800 Scalable Enterprise Server Series with Intel® Xeon® processor E7 v2 family CPUs, high-performance HGST FlashMAX II PCIe server-mounted flash storage, and Microsoft® SQL Server® 2014. When compared with the previous reference architecture based on a server with the Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family CPUs, benchmark testing demonstrated a performance improvement of up to 173% in logical scan rate in a data warehouse environment. The testing also demonstrated consistently fast and stable performance in online transaction processing (OLTP) that could potentially be encountered.
Tags : sql, datacenter, servers, virtualization, customer value, analytics, application owners, system integrators
     NEC
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