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Software Datacenter
May 29, 2013
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Moving Toward the Software-Defined Datacenter

The Software-Defined Datacenter is the next stage of evolution for the datacenter. The move toward the Software-Defined Datacenter began with the rise of virtualization as a mainstream technology. While virtualization started as a handy technology for setting up development and test environments, the advent of bare-metal hypervisors like VMware’s ESX Server boosted the performance of virtual machines to be comparable to physical servers.  ...More
May 21, 2013
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The Big Deal about Big Data

Big Data is definitely one of the most important trends in IT today. Big Data is important because it enables organizations to derive new decision-making information from previously untapped data sources. Like Business Intelligence (BI) Big Data is all about making better and faster business decisions and gaining a competitive business advantage.  ...More
May 2, 2013
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Flash Storage Arrays and the Need for Speed

Flash storage has some tremendous performance advantages over traditional rotational drives. Recent advances in the capacities and corresponding reduction in costs of flash storage have opened up many new flash based enterprise options....More
ODX Windows Server 2012
Apr 24, 2013
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Digging Into Windows Server 2012 New Storage Features

Windows Server 2012 has several new storage features that help address today’s storage challenges and bring some of the capabilities that were traditionally only offered by SANs within the reach of smaller businesses, while at the same time offering improved integration with SAN storage....More
Mar 29, 2013
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Going Beyond Virtualization with the Private Cloud

Learn how the private cloud extends beyond virtualization...More
Mar 25, 2013
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Mission Critical Application Virtualization 1

Virtualization has become a key IT infrastructure technology. Its ability to facilitate server consolidation increases your hardware ROI while simultaneously reducing your management and infrastructure requirements....More
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