Archive for: May 2015

Emerson Network Power – The Trellis Platform

Based out of Huntsville, AL, Emerson Network Power has been a long-term player in this market with more than 20 years of experience designing and implementing DCIM software for global clients. Today, its flagship DCIM product, the Trellis™ Platform, is now in its third version. The Trellis Platform was built from the ground up, not an amalgam of other existing products.

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A new software-defined world

Speaking at the recent VMware User Group (VMUG) meeting in Johannesburg CTO of VMware EMEA, Joe Baguley explored the concept of what software-defined means and asked attendees how they plan to prepare their businesses to transform in the face of what is rapidly evolving as a software-defined future. As the mobile cloud era escalates, so do businesses’ expectations of IT.

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You Now Have More Access To Advanced Analytics, But At What Cost?

Big data has made big strides in recent years. Specifically, more organizations than ever before are leveraging data and information to deliver actionable and valuable business insights. While big data problems of the past have centered on making sure infrastructure could keep up with how much data is being pulled, significant advancements in storage and other infrastructure technologies have given us a firm foundation on which companies can deploy their predictive models.

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Emerson Network Power Simplifies Integration of Data Center Infrastructure Management to Improve Productivity and Visibilit

​Latest release of the Trellis platform features RESTful application programming interfaces Huntsville, Alabama [May 27, 2015] – Emerson Network Power, a business of Emerson (NYSE: EMR) and the world’s leading provider of critical infrastructure for information and communications technology systems, today announced strategic enhancements to its premier data center infrastructure management (DCIM) solution, the TrellisTM platform.

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How Green is your Data Center?

The demand for data center operations and energy costs are rising. Global data center traffic is estimated to grow threefold from 2012 to 2017 and power requirements will increase as well according to Devva Bodas, lead architect for The Green Grid Association. Many organizations are announcing green initiatives. Apple announced that its massive data centers in Ireland and Denmark will be powered entirely by renewable energy, and Amazon is investing in an Indiana wind farm.

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Hyper-converged infrastructure grows as new systems emerge – TechTarget

Some of the most popular hyper-converged offerings are from niche vendors, such as Nutanix, Pivot3, SimpliVity Corp., Nimboxx, Inc., Maxta, Inc., Gridstore, Inc., and Atlantis Computing, Inc. 

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NetCracker 10 Drives Convergence of IT and OSS

Looking to accelerate the convergence of traditional IT and operational support systems (OSS), NetCracker Technology, a unit of NEC, today unveiled an upgrade to its namesake management platform that includes analytics services designed to optimize the deployment of virtual server and network functions.

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Virtualization – A Look to the Future

Several years ago, we began using virtualization technologies as means to test servers and use resources more effectively. When VMware became a hypervisor, very few vendors actually supported a virtual infrastructure. So, virtualization was left behind in the classroom, and the development environment within numerous organizations.

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How Cloud is Getting Security Right

It really feels like we’ve crossed a new threshold in the whole cloud conversation. In working with cloud delivery models, conversations with new perspective customers are continuing to increase. Organizations are realizing real business gains by moving a part of their environment into some kind of cloud platform.

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Commscope Holding Company Inc (NASDAQ:COMM)’s Evp and COO Randall … – OctaFinance.com

It provides radio frequency (RF) solutions, intelligent connectivity and
cabling
platforms,
data center
and intelligent building infrastructure and broadband access solutions. The Company operates in three segments: Wireless, Enterprise and Broadband.

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