Automation and Virtualization Increase Utilization and Efficiency of J2EE Applications

As enterprise Java has become more and more pervasive, IT has used Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE) technologies to build many of its most mission-critical applications, typically over-provisioning hardware to guarantee performance—at an extremely high price. Hence, the goal of automation and virtualization software: to enable IT to provide applications at required service levels and reduced costs.

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10 Pains Wreaking Havoc on Your HR Department

The human resources (HR) department historically was siloed, functioning independently of other business units and acting as corporate watchdog. Today, companies recognize that human capital is their greatest asset, and HR connects people and cultivates the environment in which they thrive.

A range of applications have come onto the market in recent years designed to help HR professionals. They increase efficiency by cutting back on administrative tasks, in theory freeing up time for HR... Read More

Converging Branch Infrastructure for Simplicity, Efficiency, and Lower Costs

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Many organizations have invested in converged infrastructure for data centers. In remote offices however, servers and storage exist as isolated islands of disparate infrastructure that require management through separate operational processes and procedures. This approach is expensive and puts your data at risk.

However, branch converged infrastructure architecture allows IT to consolidate in the branch office to minimize the IT footprint needed to run branch applications—all the while... Read More

MSP Guide: Generating Service Revenue from IT Monitoring

Managed service providers (MSPs) can monetize their investment in monitoring to enhance their services and increase profitability.

This document suggests ideas for adding IT monitoring services to a portfolio of offerings. It looks at monitoring all aspects of IT infrastructure, including servers, storage, network, security, and applications, in a unified manner that aligns with customer business services.

This document also posits the idea that using a next-generation integrated... Read More

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Virtualization Strategy for Midsized Businesses

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In these challenging times, midsized businesses need to simplify IT infrastructure and reduce costs. Yet, with diverse storage, server, and network requirements—as well as limited physical space to store and manage systems—they have few options. Discover how virtualization can offer small and midsized businesses significant benefits—not simply in server consolidation, but also with affordable business continuity. Read More

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 marketing materials to find the right solution for your organization. That’s why you need to be aware of the main considerations and basic differences between the technologies, to find a starting point for technology evaluation. Read More

More Efficient Virtualization Management: Templates

Historically, IT administrators have provisioned new servers with every new application, resulting in a large number of servers with utilization rates of 10 to 15 percent or less, commonly known as server sprawl. Server sprawl is responsible for a range of costs, including infrastructure, hardware, software, and management costs. So why hasn’t hardware virtualization solved your server sprawl issues yet? Read More
 
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