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IBM Taking on Sun in Web Infrastructure?
IBM has decided to take on Sun in the Internet infrastructure arena. What do they bring to the table? And who will win the war of words?

NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE: Big Blue has been Network Solutions Inc. (NSI), which recently decided to change its A.Root domain server from a Sun system to an IBM RS/6000 S80, IBM s current top-end AIX/Unix system. Although this win is more of a PR victory than a big contributor to the bottom line, IBM is (rightfully) getting as much mileage as they can from it. Ari Balogh, NSI s VP of Engineering, has been heard to say that the Sun server ran out of gas when trying to handle NSI s geometrically-increasing workload. As a result, IB
5/19/2000

ASP Infrastructure: The Party Has Started
On June 14th, Nortel Networks unveiled their Comprehensive Service Management Solution for the ASP Market. They've assembled an interesting portfolio of applications designed to support Application Service Providers.

NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE: choices. User Recommendations Nortel Network s Preside Managed Application Services Platform is attractive. However, ASP s should consider all options. We recommend identifying your unique needs and comparison shopping. Perhaps exploring existing business relationships with Nortel, or another provider, may provide negotiating leverage. While selecting an infrastructure partner is challenging, the positive news is there are more companies competing for your dollars. Related Articles: Lucent: More
7/7/2000

Get More from Your IT Infrastructure
Find out in the white paper, unlock the hidden it opportunities in troubled economic times.

NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE: Get More from Your IT Infrastructure Get More from Your IT Infrastructure The pressure on IT to become more efficient is unrelenting—and even more so in tough economic times. But what steps can you take to get more from your IT infrastructure ? Find out in the white paper, Unlock the Hidden IT Opportunities in Troubled Economic Times . You ll discover how you can use business service management (BSM) to unlock hidden IT opportunities in three main areas: IT process improvement, automation, and IT
8/31/2009

More Infrastructure Support for CyberCarriers
Lucent NetworkCare Professional Services and IBM Global Services have announced an alliance to help emerging service providers. The two organizations have teamed up to provide network based services to enterprises and consumers. Lucent is also offering their CyberCarrier Reference Architecture as a blue print for the end-to-end network.

NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE: on data center and network infrastructure improvements during the next three years, about half of that for professional services. The IBM and Lucent alliance confirms the Telecom industry s endorsement of the Application Service Provider model. The move to establish infrastructure mechanisms to support data center and network offerings is not new. In February, AT&T announced their Ecosystem (see our article: AT&T s Ecosystem ) which offers companies a suite of solutions from AT&T, Cisco, Sun,
6/27/2000

SAN Infrastructure for Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity
Storage area networks (SANs) are key components in IT organizations, as they provide access to and protection of critical data. Managing data storage is becoming increasingly complex, with regulatory and corporate requirements dictating national disaster protection. Whether your company is near or far, remote SANs store your critical data, saving you and your company from losses in even the most dire of circumstances.

NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE: Paper Description: Storage area networks (SANs) are key components in IT organizations, as they provide access to and protection of critical data. Managing data storage is becoming increasingly complex, with regulatory and corporate requirements dictating national disaster protection. Whether your company is near or far, remote SANs store your critical data, saving you and your company from losses in even the most dire of circumstances. SAN Infrastructure for Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity
9/14/2007 3:40:00 PM

The Insider’s Guide to Network Automation
The network, once only a component of the business, is now the fundamental backbone by which business is conducted. Most organizations cannot maintain productivity if their network is unstable. But cost-effective network management is an elusive goal. This paper defines network automation, outlines how to select a network automation solution, and identifies the benefits of good network automation

NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE: The Insider’s Guide to Network Automation The Insider’s Guide to Network Automation Source: Focus Research Document Type: White Paper Description: The network, once only a component of the business, is now the fundamental backbone by which business is conducted. Most organizations cannot maintain productivity if their network is unstable. But cost-effective network management is an elusive goal. This paper defines network automation, outlines how to select a network automation solution, and identifies
5/4/2011 2:51:00 PM

Microsoft Tech Ed 2000 Win2K Attendee Network Fails Miserably
While sitting at one Windows 2000 desktop we waited a solid five minutes just to complete the logon process only to find that the wide area network speeds and feeds were so poor as to make the entire process pointless.

NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE: Ed 2000 Win2K Attendee Network Fails Miserably Microsoft Tech Ed 2000 Win2K Attendee Network Fails Miserably P. Hayes - June 12, 2000 Read Comments P. Hayes - June 12, 2000 Event Summary ORLANDO, FLA Microsoft Tech Ed Conference. Microsoft Conference attendees were plagued with shared computer access issues on the Microsoft prepared and installed Windows 2000 professional Network which utilized Compaq Pentium III Deskpros. Attendees were assigned an id# and password from which they could access e-mail,
6/12/2000

Meridian Systems’ “Catch Up” Challenge in the Capital Infrastructure Industry – Part 2 » The TEC Blog
with a wide partner network, including customers that are turning into VARs, and partners that are looking to sell to emerging markets.  A new Morgan Stanley report entitled  “Emerging Markets Infrastructure: Just Getting Started” and published in April 2008 identifies that a sizable boom in infrastructure building is underway.  This PBO surge spans the realms of power and water, property, ports, airports, and is across both the government/public and private sector. Morgan Stanley forecasts US

NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE: bim, building information management, ilm, infrastructure lifecycle management, integrated workspace management system, iwms, meridian systems, Oracle, PPM, primavera, project portfolio management, proliance, prolog, skire, TEC, Technology Evaluation, Technology Evaluation Centers, Technology Evaluation Centers Inc., blog, analyst, enterprise software, decision support.
21-11-2008

How to Squeeze More Efficiency Out of Your Infrastructure
The Linux operating system is free and stable, delivers solid performance, and often has good vendor support. These advantages have allowed it to garner 60 percent of the Web server market, making it popular among Web hosts as well. Yet despite the obvious advantages, Linux is not fully optimized for Web hosts because it was never designed specifically to address the unique requirements for this market. Find out more.

NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE: How to Squeeze More Efficiency Out of Your Infrastructure How to Squeeze More Efficiency Out of Your Infrastructure Source: Jaymie Scotto & Assoc Document Type: White Paper Description: The Linux operating system is free and stable, delivers solid performance, and often has good vendor support. These advantages have allowed it to garner 60 percent of the Web server market, making it popular among Web hosts as well. Yet despite the obvious advantages, Linux is not fully optimized for Web hosts because it
6/29/2010 3:41:00 PM

Fault Meets Performance --Comprehensive Infrastructure ManagementPart 1: The Problem
Customers, suppliers, partners and other business needs dominate IT decision making, so when these business partners complain about slow applications or interminable downloads, IT listens – or else. Catching and correcting the innumerable faults and performance problems that bring down IT environments is more important than ever.

NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE: Equipment vendors deploy simple network management protocol (SNMP) traps on individual components, such as servers, routers, and networks. In addition, companies can place agents, which are automated pieces of software, on systems to monitor different functions. When a device exceeds a given performance threshold, the agent generates a trap for that fault and sends an alarm to the company s IT fault management interface. Fault management technologies keep that trap information in a short-term data store
3/26/2002

Product Review: GFI s LANguard Network Security Scanner
Performing patch management is one of the most tedious chores that must be completed by network administrators. While there are many patch management tools available, they can be expensive, have sharp learning curves, or are not deployable across all software platforms. One third party solution, however, GFI LANguard Network Security Scanner, version 5, is an affordable option that can scan the network and deploy patches efficiently while looking for other potential security vulnerabilities.

NETWORK INFRASTRUCTURE: Product Review: GFI s LANguard Network Security Scanner Product Review: GFI s LANguard Network Security Scanner Brien Posey - September 10, 2004 Read Comments Taking Patch Management to a New Level Without a doubt, one of the most tedious chores that network administrators must routinely perform is patch management. Hardly a week goes by that Microsoft doesn t release some sort of patch. It is the network administrator s responsibility to download the latest patches and apply them to all of the
9/10/2004


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