An automated data center promises to self-configure, self-optimize, and self-protect. When looking to implement an automated data center, one must consider best practices in user and resource provisioning, infrastructure availability, and user management. Doing so will allow automated data centers to expedite the automation processes in IT operations and administration; virtualization and provisioning; security; and availability.
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features are estimated to save companies 30 to 40 percent on hardware and software, by avoiding establishing the systems for peek load. The automated data center automatically allocates assets where needed, supporting changing business priorities and meeting routine and peak performance requirements. Net savings can easily top $1,000 (USD) per year, per employee, based on a typical enterprise, which spends $1,633 (USD) per year, per employee for data center hardware and software, and an additional $1,496