Data center (DC) consolidation enables companies to minimize risk and control the costs of DC operations and facilities moves. But what exactly is DC consolidation and how do you get there. Manish Bapat, VMware business manager for EMC Asia South offers insight into the DC consolidation process.
Matt Kolon, APAC CTO at Juniper Networks, offers his take on the hot technology topics for 2010 in Asia. Do you agree?
Going forward in 2010, I would anticipate security spending to continue to be strong in Singapore and the rest of Southeast Asia – and more targeted to address the security risks that come with the deployment of new technologies within the enterprise.
We hear our customers talking about three areas that can make a positive impact on the bottom line in a major way: power-efficiency, virtualization, and cloud computing.
OverDrive is a network services virtualization platform that enables enterprises and cloud service providers to automate the provisioning and deployment of network services in cloud computing environments.
Infrastructure-as-a-service provider BlueLock gives clients precisely the amount of computing capacity, storage, bandwidth and disaster recovery capability that they need at any given time, with the flexibility to scale those needs on demand.
With the growing costs of infrastructure maintenance, Wholesale Electrive Supply Co. turns to storage virtualization to reduce overall expenses.
Before considering any type of data center virtualization, it's important to define what technology or category of service you're trying to virtualize.
Being in Asia, businesses are at the mercy of disruption - whether mandade or natural. Jim Wagstaff, vice president and general manager for HP Storageworks makes the case for why integrated high availability and disaster recovery are integral to successful server and storage virtualization.
Virtualization in the data center has changed the dynamics of a data center. The virtualization technology itself has not only challenged the traditional way in which we deploy equipment, but also how we plan for connectivity, and address power management and cooling issues.