Virtualization reduces the number of physical servers IT needs to provision and maintain, but it also transforms the data protection paradigm. Now businesses can recover from failures in minutes, not hours, with unprecedented affordability. The key to achieving the best business uptime and cost savings is the effective design of storage management and data protection. This white paper outlines an end-to-end storage and data protection architecture optimized for VMware vSphere and Microsoft® Hyper-V environments.
Server virtualization is revolutionizing the datacenter by making applications mobile, increasing application uptime, and allowing IT admins to allocate computing resources more efficiently. The technology has been deployed widely enough that the role of the computer server has evolved from directly hosting operating systems and applications to hosting fully virtualized environments. Server that can support more virtualized machines (VMs - complete application stacks) allow their users to gain higher return on their IT investments. Private Cloud can extend the virtualization benefits in ways that broaden the benefits of virtualization to all parts of the organization. In this white paper, you will learn how Corporate IT uses these tools to meet the increasing demand for IT services.
Protecting desktop and server, or host systems has rapidly become a high priority for organizations that want to ensure uptime and the availability of day-to-day business applications. Today's hybrid threats are growing faster, more complex and more destructive.
By now, much has been written about the advantages server virtualization brings to an enterprise. In the June 2013 survey, 63% of all companies and 100% of large enterprises reported having a server virtualization program. However, when you
segment the virtualization rates, you find a trend that indicates that large enterprises in particular are not gaining all of the advantages that server virtualization has to offer.
What is more difficult and remains a challenge, particularly for large enterprises, is virtualizing Tier 1 applications. These are large, mission-critical enterprise applications such as email, customer relationship management (CRM), or enterprise resource planning (ERP). These applications tend to be very large,
consume the entire capacity of a current generation server, and require high application uptimes. As shown in Figure 1, the virtualization rates for these applications are far lower than Tier 2 apps. In this eBook, you’ll learn how the NEC enterprise server provides a platform that now gives customers the right platform to virtualize their Tier 1 apps.
In this executive Q&A, Cloud Accelerator and Bird Hosting CEO Michael Wallace discusses how a turn-key private cloud platform has transformed his business, how Bird Hosting has improved its environmental footprint, and more.
Avaya Aura Communication Manager is a vital component of an industry best-in-class redundant server solution that can support the available uptime today’s businesses demand. Do you demand more in your server solution?
Discover the three key reasons how enterprise IT dashboards can deliver highly valuable information to your organization in an easy to use format and provide simple processes that will turn dashboard data into actionable IT decisions.
The Colonial Companies is one of the largest mortgage loan
servicers in the United States. Facing rapid expansion, the
company needed to update an aging infrastructure that was
not enterprise-ready. HP and partner OnX provided an HP
Converged Infrastructure comprising HP networking solutions,
servers, and storage. Benefits include rock-solid uptime,
enterprise-class scalability, and simplification of IT processes
HP's Gen8 servers are the flagship products bringing new technologies and capabilities to market. Delivering advances in performance, serviceability, and lifecycle automation, they address the demands of today's IT environments. Learn how these servers increase provisioning and uptime, and reduce the time and resources spent on server deployment and management
In this White Paper IDC sees the use of static x86 server configurations is quickly becoming an outdated concept with the introduction of modern solutions based on blade architectures, which can offer both intelligent configuration and management and the ability to perform physical-to-virtual migration to promote uptime and efficient resource usage. When combined with the quickly maturing x86 hypervisor technologies available from a variety of solution providers, the synergy of blade architectures and virtualization offers customers the ability to dramatically increase utilization of their server investments, boost uptime, provide a more resilient and available infrastructure, and roll out new infrastructure and services more quickly.
You probably know Stratus Technologies' fault-tolerant ftServer systems and services for delivering uptime of nearly 99.9999% for the world's most essential applications. What you might not know is how effectively - and how simply - our mission-critical Support Services let your enterprise protect this industry-leading availability.
Our focus on preventing downtime and data loss brings you much more than basic break-fix support. If you're used to average server support, get ready to experience meaningful differences.
One example: It's not uncommon for Stratus Support Services to identify problems before our customers do. Stellar satisfaction ratings of 96% or higher show the value our clients place in these services.
Published By: Blue Lane
Published Date: Jan 07, 2008
Quantros’ business—an ASP for the health care industry—requires a secure network and maximal uptime—all with a small IT department and a small budget. Quantros was challenged to implement and enforce sound security policies and to keep up with the continuous stream of vendor patches.
Cloud computing allows companies to use IT resources as a service, taking advantage of shared applications, processing and storage managed within the cloud - either inside a private cloud at an internal data center, or in an external cloud at a service provider. Greater robustness of the virtualized servers supporting this new IT model will ensure a resilient cloud infrastructure capable of delivering "on-demand" access to users.
You’ll learn what the 12 pitfalls of IT Systems Management really are, as well as the bridges you need to cross them. Learn what the big framework solutions don't want you to know, and why they might not be the answer for your IT Department. Learn to leverage what you have and your limited budget to get you the Systems Management tools and Solutions you need.
Monitoring servers, applications, and services has become an essential part of the IT department over the past 10 years. However, it can be a daunting task to find the right solution for your Enterprise. This brief paper will examine the differences between Agent and Agentless monitoring, so you can make the right decision based on your company's needs, the metrics you need, your budget range, your resource availability, and your management's reporting needs.
Linux reliability has come of age. Several major Linux distributions including Novell SUSE, Red Hat Enterprise Linux and Ubuntu scored high in reliability, improved over 2006 uptime statistics and achieved near parity with Unix distributions. Security incidents plagued Windows Server 2003, which saw uptime decrease by roughly 10% during last year. Corporations must continue to adhere to best practices in configuration, management and security to ensure optimal server operating system and application reliability.