Virtualization is now mainstream. Enterprises continue to heavily invest in virtualization projects and while short term hardware and cost saving benefits are being achieved, few enterprises achieve anywhere close to the full potential of virtualization as they struggle with new problems like assuring performance and availability, preventing VM sprawl, and maximizing resource utilization
The time is right for your organization to benefit from the greater hardware utilization, decreased capital expenditures, reduced power and cooling costs, accelerated productivity and enhanced disaster recovery delivered by server virtualization.
Virtualization is a sea change from the days of one image per physical machine. And the benefits are clear, from better hardware utilization to lower costs to easier management. But while the resulting server consolidation is a good thing, it only solves half the problem. You still need to ensure that best-practice storage management is available to both your physical and virtual servers.
Increase utilization, decrease energy costs with data center virtualization In the past, IT departments have responded to demands for new services and better performance by adding more hardware, resulting in underutilized technology silos and server sprawl. Today, many organizations are turning to virtualization technologies that facilitate consolidation and increased utilization. In short, virtualization brings the ability to pool, share and dynamically reallocate data center resources – and helps fulfill the promise of higher utilization and lower energy consumption and lower costs.Join us and learn why HP is well prepared to help you assess and address your needs. Find out what key virtualization partners -- such as VMware, Microsoft and Citrix – bring to the table and how HP can help you leverage their technology and expertise.
SAS Grid Computing delivers enterprise-class capabilities that enable SAS applications to automatically leverage grid computing, run faster and takes optimal advantage of computing resources. With grid computing as an automatic capability, it is easier and more cost-effective to allocate compute-intensive applications appropriately across computing systems. SAS Grid Manager helps automate the management of SAS Computing Grids with dynamic load balancing, resource assignment and monitoring, and job priority and termination management.
The SUSE Enterprise Linux Server, now on the IBM PureFlex System, provides an open, reliable and secure IT environment with faster deployment,better business agility, lower power consumption, better hardware utilization and lower total cost of owners
Are you getting the most you can out of your resource utilization? This technical note features two scenarios designed to illustrate the technical process of monitoring cloud services. Learn more about these time-saving,effective options for monitoring in the IBM Cloud.
The SUSE Enterprise Linux Server, now on the IBM PureFlex System, provides an open, reliable and secure IT environment with faster deployment, better business agility, lower power consumption, better hardware utilization and lower total cost of ownership.
When a company creates a custom web application, it also creates a custom challenge. Traditional monitoring does not cover everything, but alerts if something goes wrong with the application are more important than ever. Learn the benefits of custom application monitoring and how NeoSpire can help.
. Dramatically reduces the time to troubleshoot a failed web application
. Provides complete overview of web transaction and web application performance, to proactively locate and fix bottlenecks in your web system
. Improves customer experience and increase customer satisfaction with excellent performance of your web applications and e-business transactions
. Eliminates the risk of loss of revenue and credibility
. Increases the efficiency of mission-critical e-business operations and web applications