Data center capacity planning
- November 21, 2006
Building or retrofitting a data center takes more than planning what hardware and software to buy. In addition to a lot of hard work, it requires a usable planning methodology and a sound philosophy. Sun's data center design expert gave us a few ...
- October 30, 2006
Clay Ryder, president of Union City, Calif-based analyst firm The Sageza Group Inc., spoke at Data Center Decisions 2006 last week in Chicago. We caught up with Ryder before the conference...
- September 05, 2006
After spending 30 years as a data center manager for Verizon, First USA, Bank One and JPMorganChase, Gary Aron decided to head up the consulting services division at Aperture -- a data center software company in Stamford, Conn. Aperture's flagship ...
- May 04, 2006
The U.S. Census Bureau and an Alexandria, Va.-based project management firm gutted an extremely complex data center and got on board with blade servers.
- May 12, 2005
A typical decentralized organization has many different departments such as accounting, HR, and manufacturing -- all are defining and building IT infrastructures to support applications. In a decentralized environment, there is a structure in place ...
- May 02, 2005
Startup search engine data center: Two search engine veterans launch a new shopping site with an IT infrastructure designed to get off the ground by the quickest, cheapest and most reliable means possible.
- April 25, 2005
Saving space, saving money, and maximizing utilization – what's not to love about server consolidation and virtualization? But experts and data center managers agree that it's not the right move for everybody.
- April 13, 2005
Today's capacity planning tools will become moot within the next five years, experts say, as capacity on demand and other new technologies take over the data center. It's going to be a bumpy ride.
- February 22, 2005
Coming up on a wave of data center refreshes, virtualizing clustered machines across a commodity server environment is taking hold as a new way of reaching IT goals.