Our Executive Roundtable panel of thought leaders discuss the future of the enterprise data center, and where it fits amid the dynamic growth of cloud and colocation services.
In our Executive Roundtable, data center thought leaders debate the most promising opportunities in edge computing, in terms of location, form factor and timing.
Our Executive Roundtable panel ponders the state of data center instrumentation, and how it influences decisions on data center management software. (Photo: Google)
Our Data Center Executive Roundtable showcases the insights of thought leaders on the state of the data center industry, and where it is headed.
As businesses become more data-driven and the need for flexibility, safety and efficiency grows, data center managers must implement a system to monitor the health of their data center to keep processes running smooth and effectively. In this edition of Voices of the Industry, Jeff Klaus, General Manager of Data Center Solutions at Intel, offers three tips for successful data health management for the coming year.
Big data continues to get bigger, and with it the value of this data grows, as well. But with this growth, comes a struggle for many businesses to maintain and organize this data, as well as keep it secure. A new report from Intel summarizes the findings from a study that highlights today’s approaches and attitudes toward the implementation of a data center health management strategy.
Data has become one of the most valuable assets for the 21st century businesses. As a result, data center health management is paramount to success. Download the report from Intel that summarizes the findings from a study carried out in Spring 2017, highlighting today’s approaches and attitudes toward the implementation of a data center health management strategy.
For IT staff, the responsibility to eliminate waste and common inefficiencies found throughout the data center is key to success. Data center managers that employ certain energy efficient strategies and technologies can make a big and measurable impact on their facilities’ bottom line. Intel’s Jeff Klaus explains how to eliminate waste and these common inefficiencies.
Find out how a successful DCIM solution deployment allows a manager to understand, manage and optimize the myriad amounts of data under their control.
The rising cost of energy and pressure for facilities to become more efficient is quickly driving data centers to adapt solutions to better manage and plan for their day to day operations. A successful DCIM solution deployment allows a manager to understand, manage and optimize the myriad amounts of data under their control. To learn more about successful DCIM solutions and how to deploy them download this white paper.