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Published By: VMware, Inc     Published Date: Oct 30, 2014
VMware® delivers vCloud® Government Service, provided by Carpathia®, an enterprise class hybrid cloud solution where both onsite and offsite IT environments are not just connected and integrated with common management, but are designed to run existing and new applications in exactly the same way. With vCloud Government Service, government customers don’t have to spend cycles adapting to the cloud and rewriting code; instead, they can focus on leveraging what the cloud brings to deliver value to their branch of government or mission responsibilities. Customers can securely extend their data centers to the cloud rapidly, easily and confidently, using a more supportive and integrated cloud infrastructure that is FedRAMP authorized.
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hybrid cloud, government agencies, it environments, cloud infrastructure
    
VMware, Inc
Published By: Juniper Networks     Published Date: Oct 28, 2014
To learn how to improve business agility and service delivery via an open, agile network, get our eBook on virtualization. Find out how to bridge the physical and virtual worlds and simplify connections across multiple data centers.
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virtualization, private cloud, public cloud, scalability, infrastructure, agility
    
Juniper Networks
Published By: VMware, Inc     Published Date: Oct 28, 2014
For organizations with disaster recovery services in place, the challenge often lies in supporting the ongoing maintenance and re-evaluating the initial investment versus newer offerings as their environment continues to expand, or leases expire. Fortunately, the landscape of disaster recovery solutions is shifting to accommodate changing IT needs. VMware vCloud® Air™ Disaster Recovery provides simple, affordable, automated processes for replicating and recovering critical applications and data — at a fraction of the cost of duplicating infrastructure or maintaining additional data centers. Organizations can afford to scale their efforts as needed, with flexible terms and resource options.
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cloud, disaster recovery, infrastructure, automated processes, replication
    
VMware, Inc
Published By: nlyte Software     Published Date: Oct 27, 2014
Much of the focus on flexible datacenters centers around the software application, compute, networking, and storage layers. Only after an initiative has begun are the most suitable best practices in datacenter infrastructure management (DCIM) considered.
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nlyte, data centers, agile data centers, infrastructure, networking, storage
    
nlyte Software
Published By: Equinix     Published Date: Oct 27, 2014
Enterprises grapple with a host of challenges that are spurring the creation of hybrid clouds: collections of computing infrastructure spread across multiple data centers and multiple cloud providers. This new concept often provokes uncertainty, which must be addressed head on. As more applications and computing resources move to the cloud, enterprises will become more dependent on cloud vendors, whether the issue is access, hosting, management, or any number of other services. Cloud consumers want to avoid vendor lock-in—having only one cloud provider. They want to know that they will have visibility into data and systems across multiple platforms and providers. They want to be able to move servers and storage around without a negative impact on application availability.
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data center, enterprise, cloud, experience, hybrid, performance, strategy, interconnectivity, network, drive, evolution, landscape, server, mobile, technology, globalization, stem, hyperdigitization, consumer
    
Equinix
Published By: Equinix     Published Date: Oct 27, 2014
The businesses that thrive amid fluctuating technology demands are not only keeping a finger on the pulse of current trends, they have the infrastructure in place to handle whatever changes might come. And they’re doing so by treating their data centers as a strategic asset—a hub from which providers and performance can all stem. Are you ready for what’s next? According to analyst forecasts and IT executives, the five key trends affecting our state of technology are mobility, consumer technology, cloud services, hyperdigitization and globalization. In the following pages, you’ll learn how these bgtrends are affecting current networks, and why a strategic data center is key to not only surviving, but thriving, today and in the future.
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data center, enterprise, cloud, experience, hybrid, performance, strategy, interconnectivity, network, drive, evolution, landscape, server, mobile, technology, globalization, stem, hyperdigitization, consumer
    
Equinix
Published By: Equinix     Published Date: Oct 27, 2014
Connections are great. Having a network to connect to is even better. Humans have been connecting, in one form or another, throughout history. Our cities were born from the drive to move closer to each other so that we might connect. And while the need to connect hasn’t changed, the way we do it definitely has. Nowhere is this evolution more apparent than in business. In today’s landscape, business is more virtual, geographically dispersed and mobile than ever, with companies building new data centers and clustering servers in separate locations.
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data center, enterprise, cloud, experience, hybrid, performance, strategy, interconnectivity, network, drive, evolution, landscape, server, mobile, technology, globalization, stem, hyperdigitization, consumer
    
Equinix
Published By: HPE     Published Date: Oct 07, 2014
So far, most data centers have virtualized their least-critical workloads as a matter of basic cost containment. Virtualizing mission-critical applications is still forthcoming for the majority,though, largely due to infrastructural concerns. Complicating matters is the shift in IT purchasing decisions from IT to business management. Integrated Computing Platforms (ICPs), private cloud computing, and public cloud services all leverage virtualization to achieve a number of IT and business goals, including increased ROI, reduced OpEx, and business process improvement. Now more than ever, it makes sense to explore the benefits of ICPs. Find expert data center considerations here.
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virtualization, data center, cloud, infrastructure, integrated, optimization, solution
    
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Published By: cPacket Networks     Published Date: Oct 02, 2014
The modern applications delivery environment is distributed and dependent on data centers and network connectivity. Therefore, users are increasingly dependent on consistent network performance for day-to-day activities. Learn what pitfalls a business should avoid when implementing a network monitoring solution.
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cpacket, cpacket networks, data center, network intelligence, network performance, application delivery, cloud computing, cloud network
    
cPacket Networks
Published By: SAS     Published Date: Sep 30, 2014
Stop to think about how – and how often – your business interacts with customers. Every day, with each interaction, data is created. What percentage of the data generated by these interactions are you using? There are so many channels for interaction, like social media, call centers, sales staff, help and support resources, marketing and campaigns. Typically, organizations believe that they are using only a small fraction of it effectively – at best, upwards of 10 percent of all the available data. Why? One reason relates to the difficulties in collecting all this data. This limitation is beginning to wane as commodity hardware becomes increasingly popular for big data storage. But another major inhibitor to examining all customer data has been the inability to examine millions, or even billions, of data points that constitute the customer picture. And much of this is now in the form of unstructured text inputs.
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sas, text analysis visualization, voice of the customer, unstructured text inputs
    
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Published By: Red Hat     Published Date: Sep 25, 2014
Enterprises are increasingly adopting Linux as a secure, reliable and high-performing platform that lowers acquisition and operating costs while providing the agility needed to anticipate and react to changing business conditions. In particular, the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) operating environment, which is based on the Linux open-source kernel, has become widely deployed by medium-sized and large businesses, by enterprises in their data centers, and in private and public cloud infrastructures. RHEL is distributed and supported by Red Hat Inc., the world’s largest provider of open-source software solutions, accounting for 74.7% of worldwide Linux operating system (OS) revenue. As a development and deployment platform, RHEL offers an efficient, scalable and robust operating environment with certified security and flexible deployment options in physical and virtualized environments.
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enterprise solutions, open-source software
    
Red Hat
Published By: Red Hat     Published Date: Sep 25, 2014
Today’s mega IT trends – cloud computing, big data, mobile and social media –have dramatically altered how enterprises work, requiring datacenters to find new, more flexible and cost effective ways to meet computing demands. For most datacenters, the path toward tomorrow's compute paradigm mandates an investment in standardization and consolidation as well as a more robust adoption of enterprise virtualization software, along with cloud system software to extend that virtualized infrastructure into a true private cloud environment. Linux has emerged as one of the key elements to a modernization program for a datacenter.
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datacenter, modernization, enterprise virtualization, infrastructure, private cloud enviornment
    
Red Hat
Published By: Raritan     Published Date: Sep 24, 2014
Sensors can save you up to four percent in energy costs for every degree of upward change in the baseline temperature, known as a set point. Download now to learn more.
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raritan, power, data center power, power and cooling, data center power, sensors, green computing
    
Raritan
Published By: Logicalis     Published Date: Sep 22, 2014
Most data initiatives face roadblocks from both technology and business perspectives. What steps can you take to resolve them, and what are the areas where an IT provider can help?
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netapp, logicalis, data centers, data, data management, big data, digital asset management, data center services, data center knowledge, it management, enterprise applications
    
Logicalis
Published By: CDW     Published Date: Sep 15, 2014
WHEN IT COMES TO DATA CENTER OPTIMIZATION, IT’S NOT JUST WHAT YOU KNOW. IT’S WHO YOU KNOW. That’s why we partner with leading vendors like EMC. They offer a wide range of devices for primary storage, archiving, backup, recovery and data center management. And with years of experience in EMC deployments, CDW has the experts and the expertise to make them work for you. Together, we give our customers access to the latest technologies that help optimize their data centers to keep their organizations running smoothly.
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data, optimization, experts, backup, recovery, technologies, organizations, vendor, experience, deployment, management, storage, archiving, technologies, recovery
    
CDW
Published By: Tripp Lite     Published Date: Sep 11, 2014
Cooling tends to take a back seat to other concerns when server rooms and small to mid-size data centers are first built. As computing needs grow, increased heat production can compromise equipment performance and cause shutdowns. Haphazard data center expansion creates cooling inefficiencies that magnify these heat-related problems. Users may assume that they need to increase cooling capacity, but this is expensive and often unnecessary. In most cases, low-cost rack cooling best practices will solve heat-related problems. Best practices optimize airflow, increase efficiency, prevent downtime and reduce costs.
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cooling, efficiency, heat-related, server rooms, data center, computing, equipment, performance, shutdowns, airflow, downtime, optimize, haphazard, rack enclosures, spot cooling, rack cooling
    
Tripp Lite
Published By: CDW     Published Date: Sep 10, 2014
Leading organizations don’t think of data protection in traditional back-office terms—and that’s no accident. They think and act like service providers, and in doing so transform data protection operations from mere cost centers to business enablers. Traditional data protection architectures can’t meet today’s challenges of massive growth, application performance, and data availability. And they aren't designed for services-oriented business models.
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protection, storage, architecture, massive growth, integrated, data
    
CDW
Published By: CDW     Published Date: Sep 10, 2014
Enterprise-critical applications—those which drive the core of an organization—require the highest availability infrastructure to support the most stringent service levels. EMC meets this need with a high performing, functionally capable, and competitively priced high-end networked storage system—the EMC® Symmetrix® VMAX® 20K system with the Enginuity™ operating environment. The VMAX 20K scale-out architecture helps organizations exceed the performance and capacity demands of hyper-consolidation, cloud deployments, and all-virtual Software Defined Data Centers (SDDCs), while simplifying the costs of data management.
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Published By: Juniper Networks     Published Date: Sep 10, 2014
Concerned about attacks on web-facing applications? Download the Whitepaper to understand the limitations of next-generation firewalls and learn about three technologies that protect web applications and data centers.
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next generation firewalls, application attacks, web-facing applications, firewall limitations, protection technology
    
Juniper Networks
Published By: Juniper Networks     Published Date: Sep 10, 2014
Get insight into the innovative solutions demanded by data center security in IDC’s Whitepaper. Read about the unique challenges enterprises face in securing data centers, and how Juniper Networks security technologies meet these.
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security challenges, data center demand, innovative solutions, security technologies, innovative solutions
    
Juniper Networks
Published By: Juniper Networks     Published Date: Sep 10, 2014
As application workloads are redefined, data centers must change. This IDC Whitepaper looks at how network automation and orchestration can aid this transition, building simpler and more agile networks.
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network automation, cloud datacenter, data traffic, network architecture, seamless integration, cloud orchestration
    
Juniper Networks
Published By: Riverbed     Published Date: Sep 05, 2014
Organizations have gained significant benefit from virtualizing servers and storage environments, and now face the daunting task of deploying new network architectures to keep pace. Software-defined networking holds significant promise to deliver a new network architecture that is abstracted and virtualized; however, organizations would be well served to learn from previous efforts to virtualize other domains in order to avoid making the same mistakes. Riverbed and VMware joined forces to help eliminate those problems and make it easier to deploy VXLAN overlay networks in highly virtualized data centers by integrating application-aware network performance management software and vSphere 5.1.
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performance management, networking, software, virtualization, architecture, servers
    
Riverbed
Published By: Riverbed     Published Date: Sep 05, 2014
Nobody can afford to lose data. But managing the backup and recovery of data and services in far-flung locations can present many logistical and technology challenges that add complexity, expense, and risk. A new branch converged infrastructure approach allows IT to project virtual servers and data to the edge, providing for local access and performance while data is actually stored in centralized data centers. IT can now protect data centrally and restore branch operations in a matter of minutes versus days.
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branch office, data services, data recovery, centralized data centers
    
Riverbed
Published By: Riverbed     Published Date: Sep 05, 2014
Many organizations have invested in server consolidation, particularly in their data centers. In remote offices, though, servers and storage exist as isolated islands of infrastructure that require management through separate operational processes and procedures. This approach could place data at risk. A new kind of storage architecture allows IT to consolidate remote servers and data in the data center by decoupling storage from its server over any distance—even thousands of miles—and still get the same performance as if the storage remained local to the branch. Organizations can now consolidate remote infrastructure to increase security and ef?ciency, without adversely impacting end-user performance in branch of?ces.
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consolidation, servers, remote, storage, isolated islands, efficiency, security
    
Riverbed
Published By: Riverbed     Published Date: Sep 05, 2014
Many organizations have invested in server consolidation, particularly in their data centers. In remote offices, though, servers and storage exist as isolated islands of infrastructure that require management through separate operational processes and procedures. This approach is costly and places data at risk. However, a new branch converged infrastructure architecture allows IT to consolidate in the branch office to minimize the IT footprint needed to run branch applications-all the while centralizing remote servers and data in the data center.
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branch, infrastructure, lower costs, consolidation, servers, data center, it footprint
    
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