A few big server hardware vendors ruled the world of enterprise IT for years. Now, virtualization and cloud computing have changed the game and hardware is increasingly commoditized. Do HP, IBM and Dell still have the clout they... E-Zine | SearchDataCenter.com
Client device innovation over the past several years has sparked a new wave of server innovation with Dell microservers and HP's Moonshot. News | SearchDataCenter.com
How do I install a storage accelerator on a server?
Some I/O accelerators -- also called storage accelerators -- are server-agnostic and can be installed on any conventional x86 server that meets... Answer | SearchDataCenter.com
The growing consumer demand for more computing resources and high availability directly relates to the increase in data... Photo Story | SearchDataCenter.com
Remember the good old data center? It's on the way out thanks to the rise of converged systems. Gone are the twisted cable masses that connected many servers to one another and the SAN, while an overburdened cooling unit tried desperately to keep... Tip | SearchDataCenter.com
Tier-1 server vendors are clawing their way back now that both public clouds and server virtualization are eating into sales. In order to compete, these vendors have begun to innovate in an effort to stem those losses.
Dreams of... Feature | SearchDataCenter.com
What hardware and software changes are needed for a successful OpenFlow deployment in my data center? Are there any interoperability concerns?
OpenFlow deployment will require... Answer | SearchDataCenter.com
At £249, the HP Pavilion Chromebook is the cheapest laptop from HP. We test it out in a corporate environment. Photo Story | ComputerWeekly.com
Ten years from now, will we look back on the traditional server vendors like IBM, HP and Dell as dinosaurs that could not withstand the giant asteroid that is public cloud? Or will we marvel at their resourceful ability to adapt -- and survive --... Feature | SearchDataCenter.com