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September 8, 2011 By System Pulse Software

System PulseMeter

System PulseMeter is a comprehensive network monitoring software designed for easy system and network monitoring: get a centralized...

July 21, 2010 By Vkernel

Capacity Analyzer

VKernel's patent-pending Capacity Analyzer technology will enable you to achieve maximum performance with the right amount of resources....

November 30, 2010 by

Infineta - accelerating the dedupe dance

Complex multi-tier applications and components communicate with one another using the network infrastructure in the datacenter and between datacenters. Often, these communications paths are the bottleneck that reduces both scalability and application performance.

August 31, 2010 by

VMware acquires Integrien, TriCipher for IT-as-a-Service Era

VMware has acquired two companies to help it address the third phase of virtualization -- IT-As-A-Service.During the opening keynote at VMWorld today, Steve Herrod, CTO of VMWare, announced the acquisition of Integrien, a provider of real-time application and infrastructure performance and analytics.

June 16, 2009 by

Dell bolsters virtualization, data center portfolio

Dell on Wednesday said it has revamped its enterprise portfolio with data center and virtualization services, new configurations and a new PowerEdge server and EqualLogic storage array.The lineup, designed for high performance computing and virtualized data centers, includes the following:Pre-configured infrastructure that bundles Dell PowerEdge M-series blades, EqualLogic storage and Cisco's Catalyst switches.

March 30, 2009 by

A reason to refresh

Intel did more than just introduce a faster server processor today with the introduction of the Xeon 5500: it enabled a greater level of differentiation to its server and storage vendor partners that ultimately will result in a broader set of choices and better ones for enterprise infrastructure & operations professionals. While the performance improvements of the 5500 in themselves are impressive, there is just as much to like in the new memory and I/O architectures and power efficiency.

September 28, 2008 by

Greenplum pushes envelope with MapReduce and parallelism enhancements to its extreme-scale data offering

It seems that data infrastructure vendors are rushing to the realization that older database architectures have hit a wall in terms of scale and performance. The general solution favors exploiting parallelism to the hilt and aligning database and logic functions in close proximity, while also exploiting MapReduce approaches to provide super-scale data delivery and analytics performance.


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