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How to Make Virtualized iSCSI SANs Work for You
Enterprises of all sizes are building flexible storage infrastructures by using iSCSI and virtualization technologies that let them allocate and shift storage

virtualized servers  their infrastructure over time. VIRTUALIZED SERVERS The production environment includes 8 ESX Servers based on dual & quad-processor, dual-core Opteron-based servers each with 24 to 32 GB's of RAM in support of a phased rollout of more than 200 virtual machines. Three additional ESX Servers are dedicated to test and development. Qlogic QLA4052C iSCSI HBAs are configured in each of the ESX Servers to enable SAN boot capability, Jumbo Frames support, and reduced I/O processing overhead. At present, 115 Read More

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Top 10 Considerations for Choosing a Server Virtualization Technology
The playing field for server virtualization has become much more crowded over the last few years. It can be very time-consuming to digest each vendor’s

virtualized servers  on the number of virtualized servers allowed on a single server, and other solutions cannot support many virtualized servers based on their architecture and high overhead. OS virtualization technologies are unique in addressing utilization. There are no limitations on the number of virtualized servers allowed on a single physical server, and the efficient architecture enables many more virtual servers to be supported with adequate processing power on a single physical server which can deliver Read More
Application and Network Performance Monitoring in a Virtualized Environment
As you implement a virtualized environment, knowing how to monitor and maintain them becomes yet another challenge. Monitoring network and application traffic

virtualized servers  As you implement a virtualized environment, knowing how to monitor and maintain them becomes yet another challenge. Monitoring network and application traffic in an environment containing one-to-many relationships between physical hardware devices and virtual application servers presents a number of concerns. Learn about the traffic flow in virtual environments, and the various visibility options and their ramifications. Read More
Extending Server Virtualization to the Desktop
Server virtualization isn’t a new concept. But the benefits of extending server virtualization to the desktop may not be common knowledge. A virtual desktop

virtualized servers  allow companies to run virtualized PCs and computer desktops on servers located inside the data center. Besides allowing centralized management, this setup can improve security and deliver new capabilities to the user. Learn about other benefits. Read More
Virtualization Strategy for Midsized Businesses
In these challenging times, midsized businesses need to simplify IT infrastructure and reduce costs. Yet, with diverse storage, server, and network requirements

virtualized servers  logical servers generated on virtualized servers will surpass the number of non-virtualized physical servers by 2010. Virtualization began on mainframes 40 years ago and has grown on x86 servers over the past decade to the point where it's a robust, mature technology with VMware. The adoption of virtualization on x86 platforms provides four benefits to mid-sized businesses: Fewer, better utilized servers Rapid provisioning of servers Affordable business continuity Streamlined, efficient management By Read More
IBM's Four-CPU Wintel-Based Rack Servers High Performance, High Cost
IBM's four-CPU servers, the Netfinity 5500 M20 and 7000 M10, yield top notch web-focused benchmark figures, but also very high price/performance figures for

virtualized servers  s Four-CPU Wintel-Based Rack Servers High Performance, High Cost Product Background IBM's high-end Intel (four CPU) rackmount servers, the Netfinity 5500 M20 and 7000 M10, are generally used for larger installations, such as data centers/warehouses, and by large companies wanting to minimize the floor space their computers use. Rackmount servers provide the ability to put a large number of CPUs in a small footprint, or to combine CPUs with a large number of peripherals (usually disk drive subsystems). Read More
File Fragmentation, SANs, NAS, and RAID
SANs, NAS devices, corporate servers, and high-end workstations all suffer the effects of fragmentation because of their multiple physical disk drives. This is

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Successful Risk Management for the Entire Messaging Infrastructure
Enterprise e-mail solutions are vital to successfully doing business. However, they’re also increasingly expensive and complex, and e-mail servers are regularly

virtualized servers  Risk Management for the Entire Messaging Infrastructure Enterprise e-mail solutions are vital to successfully doing business. However, they’re also increasingly expensive and complex, and e-mail servers are regularly subject to malicious attacks and other issues. Successful risk management begins by creating a policy for the entire messaging infrastructure. Learn how to build on that foundation to mitigate risk, so your organization is free to focus on growth and innovation. Read More
HP's Four-CPU Wintel-Based Rack Servers: Focusing on Reliability and Expandability
Hewlett-Packard's four-CPU rackmount products, the NetServer LH4r and LXr 8000, are aimed at customers who want reliable, expandable server installations.

virtualized servers  s Four-CPU Wintel-Based Rack Servers: Focusing on Reliability and Expandability Product Background HP's high-end Intel (four CPU) rackmount servers, the NetServer LH 4r and LXr 8000, are generally used for larger installations, such as data centers/warehouses, and by large companies wanting to minimize the floor space their computers use. Rackmount servers provide the ability to put a large number of CPUs in a small footprint, or to combine CPUs with a large number of peripherals (usually disk drive Read More
Daffodil Software
Daffodil Software develops and markets a lineage of Java database servers and replication products. Since its inception, Daffodil Software has designed and

virtualized servers  Software Daffodil Software develops and markets a lineage of Java database servers and replication products. Since its inception, Daffodil Software has designed and developed database products such as Daffodil DB, One$DB and Daffodil Replicator. The company intends its suite of products to enable the development and deployment of software applications, and assist in lowering the total cost of ownership (TCO) of said applications. The company is involved with such open source projects as Compiere, Read More
Cooling Strategies for Ultra-high Density Racks and Blade Servers
The average power consumed by an enclosure in a data center is about 1.7 kilowatts (kWs), but the maximum power that can be obtained by filling a rack with

virtualized servers  Strategies for Ultra-high Density Racks and Blade Servers The average power consumed by an enclosure in a data center is about 1.7 kilowatts (kWs), but the maximum power that can be obtained by filling a rack with available high density servers, such as blade servers, is over 20 kW. Find out about the power density values of current and new data centers, and learn practical approaches to creating strategies for deploying high-density computing, with limitations and benefits. Read More
Skybot Scheduler
Skybot Scheduler is an easy-to-use yet powerful job scheduling solution for Windows, UNIX, and Linux servers. Skybot Scheduler can build event-driven

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Why Group Policy Matters for Servers
Administrative errors can and do happen, but native tools do little to aid administrators in this area. While Microsoft’s Group Policy Management Console (GPMC)

virtualized servers  Group Policy Matters for Servers Administrative errors can and do happen, but native tools do little to aid administrators in this area. While Microsoft’s Group Policy Management Console (GPMC) is a great tool for managing group policy, it has its limitations. Discover how to implement best-practice approaches to help successfully extend the deployment of group policy to your server security settings, while reducing costs and minimizing errors. Read More
Network Engines, Inc. - Double the CPUs for Web Serving
Network Engines, Inc. is a leading vendor of extremely thin rackmount servers used in the rapidly growing area of web serving. In this note, we examine the

virtualized servers  Engines, Inc. - Double the CPUs for Web Serving Vendor Genesis Network Engines, Inc. (NEI) was formed in 1997 as an IP content delivery-focused vendor. The founder was Lawrence Genovesi, who continues to run the company as President. The original product was a multi-processor server targeted at streaming media providers. In 1998, the company shifted its focus to clustered server products, based on the belief that Internet growth would lead to the need for scalable, cost-effective servers. NEI's Read More

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