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Can You Really Support Business Continuity Requirements? Intelligent N+X Redundancy, Placement Affinities, & Future Proofing in the Virtualized Data Center
Enterprises and service providers are challenged to ensure they have enough compute capacity in their virtualized data centers to support business continuity

data redundancy  Proofing in the Virtualized Data Center Enterprises and service providers are challenged to ensure they have enough compute capacity in their virtualized data centers to support business continuity requirements, while not overprovisioning infrastructure capacity. Learn about the challenges introduced by affinity rules and how to manage them, and how “what-if” hypotheticals can help you plan for, or avoid, future capacity scenarios. Read More

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Customer Data Integration: A Primer
Customer data integration (CDI) involves consolidation of customer information for a centralized view of the customer experience. Implementing CDI within a

data redundancy  and call center information. Data redundancy profiling identifies duplicate records or overlapping values between tables. This eliminates the possibility of sending out multiply flyers to an individual customer. Data mapping helps ensure the data elements are the same across disparate systems, and mapped where appropriate. For example, it is important that the customer first and last name link up the same way in each disparate system, to guarantee that the correct information is being merged. Included in Read More
The Advantages of Row- and Rack-oriented Cooling Architectures for Data Centers
The traditional room-oriented approach to data center cooling has limitations in next-generation data centers. Next-generation data centers must adapt to

data redundancy  in many lightly loaded data centers the CRAC fan power losses alone exceed the total IT load power consumption. A row-oriented design allows cooling capacity and redundancy to be targeted to the actual needs of specific rows. For example, row-oriented architecture allows one row of racks to run high density applications such as blade server, while another row satisfies lower power density applications such as communication enclosures. Furthermore, N+1 or 2N redundancy can be targeted at specific rows. A Read More
An Improved Architecture for High-efficiency, High-density Data Centers
Globally, data center power and cooling infrastructure wastes more than 60 million megawatt-hours per year that do not contribute usefully to powering IT

data redundancy  learn that: For traditional data centers, power and cooling redundancy reduces the overall DCiE by about 5% Power and cooling redundancy have a negligible effect on the efficiency of the improved architecture Phased deployment of modular power and cooling has the most significant efficiency benefit for data centers with power and cooling redundancies, particularly at light load The efficiency gains described in this paper are affected by many other factors that vary between actual data centers. Some of Read More
Deploying High-density Zones in a Low-density Data Center
New power and cooling technology allows for a simple and rapid deployment of self-contained high-density zones within an existing or new low-density data center

data redundancy  the IT assets. Traditional data center design is such that the entire physical infrastructure is built to satisfy the redundancy requirements of the most critical set of assets. This type of design is extremely expensive both from a capital cost and operational cost perspective. A much more cost-effective design is to provide redundant power and cooling only where and when required. High-density zones allow for this targeted redundancy / availability approach by including redundant power and cooling Read More
Data Security Is Less Expensive than Your Next Liability Lawsuit: Best Practices in Application Data Security
Insecure data. Heavy fines due to non-compliance. Loss of customers and reputation. It adds up to a nightmare scenario that businesses want to avoid at all

data redundancy  Best Practices in Application Data Security Insecure data. Heavy fines due to non-compliance. Loss of customers and reputation. It adds up to a nightmare scenario that businesses want to avoid at all costs. However, this nightmare is preventable: knowledge base-driven data security solutions can be critical tools for enterprises wanting to secure not only their data—but also their status in the marketplace. Read More
Types of Prefabricated Modular Data Centers
Data center systems or subsystems that are pre-assembled in a factory are often described with terms like prefabricated, containerized, modular, skid-based, pod

data redundancy  of Prefabricated Modular Data Centers Data center systems or subsystems that are pre-assembled in a factory are often described with terms like prefabricated, containerized, modular, skid-based, pod-based, mobile, portable, self-contained, all-in-one, and more. There are, however, important distinctions between the various types of factory-built building blocks on the market. This paper proposes standard terminology for categorizing the types of prefabricated modular data centers, defines and Read More
The Evolution of a Real-time Data Warehouse
Real-time data warehouses are common in some organizations. This article reviews the basic concepts of a real-time data warehouse and it will help you determine

data redundancy  Evolution of a Real-time Data Warehouse The Evolution of a Real-time Data Warehouse Jorge Garcia - December 23, 2009 Understanding Real-time Systems Today, real time computing is everywhere, from customer information control systems (CICSs) to real-time data warehouse systems. Real-time systems have the ability to respond to user actions in a very short period of time. This computing behavior gives real-time systems special features such as instant interaction: users request information from the system Read More
Optimizing Gross Margin over Continously Cleansed Data
Imperfect product data can erode your gross margin, frustrate both your customers and your employees, and slow new sales opportunities. The proven safeguards

data redundancy  Margin over Continously Cleansed Data Optimizing Gross Margin over Continously Cleansed Data If you receive errors when attempting to view this white paper, please install the latest version of Adobe Reader. Advanced functionality to manage costs, sell prices, promotions, discounts, chargebacks, and other key attributes while optimizing gross profits. Source : epaCUBE Resources Related to Optimizing Gross Margin over Continously Cleansed Data : Data cleansing (Wikipedia) Gross margin (Wikipedia) Read More
The Teradata Database and the Intelligent Expansion of the Data Warehouse
In 2002 Teradata launched the Teradata Active Enterprise Data Warehouse, becoming a key player in the data warehouse and business intelligence scene, a role

data redundancy  Intelligent Expansion of the Data Warehouse In 2002 Teradata launched the Teradata Active Enterprise Data Warehouse, becoming a key player in the data warehouse and business intelligence scene, a role that Teradata has maintained until now. Teradata mixes rigorous business and technical discipline with well-thought-out innovation in order to enable organizations to expand their analytical platforms and evolve their data initiatives. In this report TEC Senior BI analyst Jorge Garcia looks at the Teradata Read More
Next-generation Data Auditing for Data Breach Protection and Risk Mitigation
Data breaches and leaks are on the rise—and the consequences, from theft of identity or intellectual property, can seriously compromise a company’s reputation

data redundancy  generation Data Auditing for Data Breach Protection and Risk Mitigation Data breaches and leaks are on the rise—and the consequences, from theft of identity or intellectual property, can seriously compromise a company’s reputation. Stolen laptops, hacking, exposed e-mail, insider theft, and other causes of data loss can plague your company. How can you detect (and respond!) to breaches and protect your data center? Learn about the functions and benefits of an automated data auditing system. Read More
Distilling Data: The Importance of Data Quality in Business Intelligence
As an enterprise’s data grows in volume and complexity, a comprehensive data quality strategy is imperative to providing a reliable business intelligence

data redundancy  Data: The Importance of Data Quality in Business Intelligence Originally Published - October 20, 2008 The zeal to get as much business data to the user as soon as possible often prevails over the establishment of processes that control the quality of data. Low data quality standards can lead to bad business decisions and missed opportunities. Even with a data warehouse that is well designed and equipped with the best tools for business intelligence (BI), users will encounter inefficiency and frustration Read More
Evoke Software Releases Axio Data Integration Product
Evoke Software Corporation has announced the release of Axio™, an e-business integration product designed to web-enable multiple different data sources into a

data redundancy  Software Releases Axio Data Integration Product Evoke Software Releases Axio Data Integration Product M. Reed - June 27, 2000 Event Summary Evoke Software has created a new product based on their existing Migration Architect product. It will be known as Axio and is designed to provide rapid e-business integration with existing corporate operational systems, new e-commerce applications, customer relationship management, and/or data warehousing. Axio is designed to automatically discover information in Read More
How to Comply with Data Security Regulations
A remote data backup solution can be compliant with almost any international, federal, or state data protection regulation@and can be compliant with the common

data redundancy  to Comply with Data Security Regulations BizDomainStore.com's Remote Data Backups is the most cost effective, secure, and convenient way to automatically back up your mission critical data Source: BizDomainStore.com Resources Related to How to Comply with Data Security Regulations : Data Security (Wikipedia) How to Comply with Data Security Regulations Data security is also known as : Remote Data , Federal Data , State Data , Most Data , Mirrored Data , Financial Data , Client Data , Enterprise Data Read More
The Use of Ceiling-Ducted Air Containment in Data Centers
Ducting hot IT-equipment exhaust to a drop ceiling can be an effective air management strategy, improving the reliability and energy efficiency of a data center

data redundancy  Ceiling-Ducted Air Containment in Data Centers Ducting hot IT-equipment exhaust to a drop ceiling can be an effective air management strategy, improving the reliability and energy efficiency of a data center. Typical approaches include ducting either individual racks or entire hot aisles and may be passive (ducting only) or active (include fans). This paper examines available ducting options and explains how such systems should be deployed and operated. Practical cooling limits are established and Read More

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