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HP rolls out EcoPOD modular data center, provides high-density converged infrastructure with extreme energy efficiency
HP today at Discover here unveiled what it says is the world’s most efficient modular data center, a compact and self-contained Performance Optimized Data Center (POD) that supports more than 4,000 servers in 10 percent of the space and with 95 percent less energy than conventional data centers.
Sensing shift in business priorities, HP targets Instant-On Enterprise as new tech-enabled competitive advantage
The Instant-On Enterprise, as HP defines it, is a data-driven organization that leverages technology for everything — but specifically to better address the ever-evolving needs of end-users.
HP's Robin Purohit unpacks Business Service Management 9 as way to address complexity in hybrid data centers
For me, this release is an extremely proud moment. This has been the vision that we've had for some time, particularly around BSM 9, being able to bring all these points of monitoring information together into a simple, powerful way to solve these big business problems.
Security, simplicity and control ease make desktop virtualization ready for enterprise uptake
Enterprises are looking for ways to save on costs, and they are constantly looking for different ways to more efficiently manage their distributed PC environments. All of these things are driving the high level of interest in virtualizing PCs.
Technology, process and people must combine smoothly to achieve strategic virtualization benefits
Many people have probably heard the term "virtual machine sprawl" or "VM sprawl," and that's one of the risks. Part of the reason VM sprawl occurs is because there are no clear defined processes in place to keep the virtualized environment under control.
Careful advance planning averts costly snafus in data center migration projects
As new data center transformations pick up -- due to the financial pressures to boost overall IT efficiency -- so too should the early-and-often planning and thoughtful execution of the migration itself get proper attention.
Internet performance management makes data center consolidation possible
Fewer data centers means longer distances between servers and users. Network services and Internet performance management therefore need to be brought considered to produce the desired effect of topnotch applications and data delivery to enterprises, consumers, partners, and employees at far lower cost.