NetApp has acquired SolidFire, and combined the performance and economics of all-flash storage with a webscale architecture that radically simplifies data center operations and enables rapid deployments of new applications. Hear IDC's view about the NetApp Flash Portfolio and the integration of SolidFire technology.
Published By: Alacritech
Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
Growth challenges in Microsoft Exchange environments can be solved with the deployment of iSCSI storage. Microsoft favors block storage such as iSCSI for Exchange deployments. Attaching iSCSI storage to a network provides the server with headroom for adding Exchange users, since the storage can grow without being restrained by the server's ability to add storage.
When deploying Microsoft Exchange Server 2003, there are a number of factors that must be addressed to ensure a successful application deployment. Click here to receive a guide to design and configuration of the EVA8000 for Exchange Server 2003 deployments.
It has become clear that storage virtualization has become a core element of the storage strategy of forward-thinking end users and that the technology is finally delivering the value that it had promised earlier this decade. In this paper by Taneja Group, you'll learn about IBM SAN Volume Controller, its architecture and features, and about 5 tangible benefits of storage virtualization.
As wireless LAN deployments and usage has increased, coupled with the near ubiquity of embedded Wi-Fi in laptops and smart phones, many enterprises are experiencing complaints from their users of slow or even dropped connections.
Pervasive wireless LAN deployments require much larger, broader deployment of Wi-Fi access points than hot spots, cafes or isolated guest access in the enterprise. Clearly new solutions and deployment methodologies should be considered to make pervasive wireless LAN deployments feasible and economical.
Published By: Solidcore
Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
This white paper examines the problems enterprises currently face with their NT 4 server deployments, outlines the requirements that any effective solution must satisfy, and explains how Solidcore can help enterprises significantly lower the cost of supporting legacy NT 4 deployments.
To all but the savviest technologists, today's typical Web-architected enterprise product diagram is a confusing jumble of acronyms and buzzwords and pledges of "true enterprise wide" deployments. Separating the hype from reality is critical for end-users to select enterprise products that deliver the full benefits of true enterprise Web deployment.
Fax servers promise easier administration and cheaper faxing but most deployments fail to meet their goals because of unexpected, ongoing costs and unpredictable capacity needs. This paper offers information on why outsourced fax services eliminate the time, effort and cost issues associated with fax servers, but retain all of the same functionality.
Enterprise networks are going through massive change, and the convergence of voice and data including Communication deployments, upgrades, transformations and ongoing management remain a top priority. According industry analysts at Aberdeen Group, 61% are planning for Communications in the next two years. In order to get the most from their Unified Communications investment at the time of deployment and beyond, enterprises must leverage both active testing and configuration analysis techniques to certify and validate that environments are configured as designed.
In today’s global marketplace, you rely on your IP telephony environment to unite employees who work remotely, in a branch, or at the office headquarters by providing seamless, effective communications. Whether at the time of deployment, during an upgrade, or through an operational review, validating these environments to function properly and meet user expectations is critical.
Technology rollouts on a nationwide and global scale require technicians to perform onsite work. Though you may have hired a Technology Rollout Company to manage and deploy these technicians, they ultimately serve as direct representatives of your company.
Current trends show that the vast majority of companies are moving to services-oriented architectures (SOAs) and deploying Web services within and across their IT infrastructure.However, the success of those deployments is determined by the integrations and innovations that Web services make possible and how Web services affect the quality and performance of the mission-critical applications with which they interface.
Data center refresh cycles and new initiatives tied to business growth and revenue opportunities are leading more organizations to deploy integrated systems, including both converged and hyper-converged infrastructures. IT leaders can see the potential benefits of converged, integrated systems but as applications increase in complexity, virtual workloads grow, and resource demands expand, managing these applications becomes a critical and often stubborn challenge.
Published By: Genesys
Published Date: Jan 27, 2009
In this document, Opus Research offers seven ways SIP (Session Initiation Protocol) can revolutionize customer care in your enterprise. More specifically, we evaluate deployments that involve SIP and provide case studies that integrate Genesys SIP the Customer Interaction Manager (CIM), Genesys Voice Platform (GVP), and Business Process Routing from Genesys Telecommunications Laboratories.
Published By: Red Hat
Published Date: Jan 21, 2011
Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization for Desktops can help your business reduce desktop-associated costs, improve data security, and simplify overall desktop infrastructure management. In this session, Jeff Jameson will explain the technology features and benefits of delivering centrally hosted Linux and Windows desktops to the client of your choosing, while providing a true PC-like experience to your end users. With incredibly rich, integrated features like bi-directional audio and video, and kernel-level security enforcement, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization for Desktops provides a complete solution for your virtual desktop deployments.
Published By: Red Hat
Published Date: Jan 21, 2011
Douglas O'Flaherty - Senior Manager, Product Marketing, Red Hat
Red Hat Enterprise Linux is the proven leading enterprise open source operating system. Now, with cloud computing progressing into the enterprise and public clouds emerging as a viable alternative, Red Hat Enterprise Linux is well positioned to be leveraged as the cloud guest operating system of choice. In this session, Douglas O'Flaherty will cover the technical and business elements of Red Hat Enterprise Linux that are relevant when used in cloud computing infrastructures, emphasizing the unique challenge of public cloud deployments. Session topics will include:
* Cloud-relevant technologies included within Red Hat Enterprise Linux
* Release models for Red Hat Enterprise Linux on public clouds
* ISV certifications
* Deployment flexibility & planning
Published By: AvePoint
Published Date: May 11, 2011
This document is intended to aid IT administrators and other stakeholders responsible for managing Microsoft SharePoint deployments, in planning and implementing a comprehensive, reliable and efficient governance strategy
Why should you choose Citrix over VMware? With 25 years of innovation and real-world customer deployments, only Citrix has the mobile workspace technology that helps businesses achieve their goal of a truly mobile workforce. Read the infographic.
Published By: Accelrys
Published Date: Feb 08, 2012
In this 18-page Scientific Computing eBook, Bennett Lass Ph.D. PMP shares best practices based on his experiences planning and managing ELN deployments in large and small pharmaceutical and biotechnology research organizations.