Dynamic Data Centre and Private Cloud

Dynamic Data Centre and Private Cloud

Within this area, we are concerned with technologies and techniques that allow infrastructure to be built without the traditional rigidity and complexity that has constrained operational efficiency and responsiveness to change over the years. In specific terms, we look at various forms of virtualisation, dynamic workload management (a.k.a. 'private cloud') and emerging ideas around service delivery 'patterns'.

In parallel with the above, we are also investigating how user preferences can be better incorporated into IT related decision making, with a view to enhancing user satisfaction and business efficiency. The aim here is to reduce the perceived need for employees to make their own technology arrangements, which in turn promotes harmony and minimises complexity-related cost and risk.

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Managing expanding business - Critical Linux workloads

Webcast with Tony Lock

Presentation/Webcast delivered May 2013

DCIM and Energy Management

Underappreciated and invisible?

Inside Track published May 2013

Workload placement in a hybrid world

Webcast with Dale Vile

Presentation/Webcast delivered May 2013

Data Centre Evolution

Opportunities for the channel

Column/Blog Post published April 2013

Your local Public Cloud

SMBs are open to Public Cloud - provided itís easy with local sales and support

Column/Blog Post published March 2013

Cloud storage matters

Webcast with Tony Lock

Presentation/Webcast delivered February 2013

A Data Centre that takes care of itself

Webcast with Tony Lock

Presentation/Webcast delivered January 2013

Developing the modern datacentre into a services hub

Serving the evolving technology requirements of the modern business

Column/Blog Post published January 2013

A Vision for the Data Centre

Are you a Mover, Dreamer or Traditionalist?

Report/Paper published December 2012

Defragging your Datacentre

Plotting the path to a shared services infrastructure

Inside Track published December 2012

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