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Data Center Management

Making your data center more efficient

This white paper addresses maximizing the efficiency of physical data center infrastructure. A physical data center that is well designed and intelligently monitored not only enables today’s initiatives in a flexible manner, but frees up resources for tomorrow’s efforts.
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Is your data center ready for the IoT era?

The Internet of Things (IoT) technology is poised to stimulate digital transformation across organizations worldwide. In a study commissioned by Inmarsat, IoT is the top priority for 92% of organizations with more than 1,000 employees.

Yet, despite the potential of IoT and big data analytics to help improve service delivery capabilities and workforce productivity, these organizations cannot ignore lingering security, interconnection and other infrastructural concerns.

Smart efficiency moves for digital-era DCs

Addressing IT organizations’ quest for higher data center (DC) efficiency and resilience to support increasingly digitalized businesses, Raritan, a brand of Legrand and a provider of intelligent DC management solutions, recently hosted an informal, closed-door group discussion on ‘Smart Moves to a Smarter Data Center’.

Ixia announces reduced power and space consumption of its network packet brokers

News

Ixia has announced dramatic improvement in the power saving performance of the company’s Net Tool Optimizer (NTO) family of network packet broker products with the Virtual Double Your Ports capability.

Learn How to Select the Right All-Flash Solution for Your IT Environment

The ideal all-flash solution delivers consistent performance throughout its lifetime. However, the performance of many all-flash solutions begins to slow down when they fill and overwrite data.

 

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Data center trends for 2016 and beyond

Traditional enterprise IT is not built to compete in the interconnected era, and a recent ‘Enterprise of the Future’ survey of 1,000 global IT decision-makers by Equinix reveals that businesses worldwide are taking action by moving quickly to become interconnected enterprises.

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Continually Resilient: Compute Performance With Hitachi Technology

Hitachi's solutions for data infrastructure

How Hitachi Data Systems helped Precision Discovery improve their data management infrastructure, while cost-effectively moving the latter's data center from California to Colorado.

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Hitachi Converged Virtualization Comparison Guide

Optimizing IT Infrastructure Needs Via Hitachi Virtualization Comparison Guide

 

This comparison guide illustrates the strength of Hitachi Unified Compute Platform (UCP) relative to currently available enterprise converged infrastructure platforms.

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4 Key Considerations of a Data Centre Strategy

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The data centre can and should be a strategic asset – not a business liability. To do so, it must: bring your operating and scaling costs down, lower the risk to your business, and give you a single point of contact for all related data centre needs.

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Capacity Management via DCIM: Real-Time Data Center Intelligence Pays Off

DCIM Helps Optimize Capacity Utilization And Reduce Fragmentation

Capacity planning is one of the most difficult aspects of building a data center today. Proactive capacity management ensures optimal availability of four critical data center resources: rack space, power, cooling and network connectivity. All four of these must be in balance for the data center to function most efficiently in terms of operations, resources and associated costs. Unfortunately, once the data center is in operation, it is all too common for it to fall out of balance over time due to organic growth and ad hoc decisions on factors like power, cooling or network management, or equipment selection and placement.

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