While most agencies have taken steps to virtualize much of their IT infrastructures, they are looking for more improvements than virtualization alone can provide. These include greater agility, lower costs, better disaster recovery and increased...
Administrators today can be responsible for hundreds, if not thousands, of servers--running physically and as virtual machines. The technology has advanced to the point at which Individual servers get far less attention from administrators than...
Federal government agencies are increasingly leaning on converged architecture to deliver services and information in a secure and efficient manner.
The evolution around application and workload delivery has dictated a change in data center design and the economics supporting the architecture.
The change in assumptions about server lifespan means changing assumptions about why and when server hardware needs to be retired.
A recent survey by the Aberdeen Group shows that the top benefit noted by respondents may also be that most obvious, but that companies are seeing benefits that reverberate beyond the data center and the IT department.
Here’s a look at how converged infrastructure is helping with business growth and redefining resource management.
To get the most out of your hardware dollar, organizations should choose hardware optimized for the specific workload they want to use it with.
Converged infrastructure is helping business look at the modern data center from a different perspective. We’re now creating better systems capable of multi-tenancy and better resource controls.