HBA of Choice for Solaris Environments

The Solaris operating system has become the top choice for hosting data center applications. Sun Solaris platforms consistently exceed the reliability requirements of enterprise data centers while at the same time reducing total cost of ownership (TCO). QLogic fibre channel solutions are a perfect match for Solaris environments and successfully meet the input/output requirements of enterprise applications.

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When the right learning is embedded in an organization, it has the capacity to make deep and positive business impact; to spur innovation; to raise the bottom line and reduce turnover; to increase engagement; and to lessen inefficiencies. The right learning fuels behavioral change, greater outcomes, and organizational agility. In essence, the right learning program will grow individuals who in turn, will grow their organization.

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Data centers today are complex business environments that provide IT administrators with a host of challenges. Customers, partners, suppliers, and geographically-dispersed employees require constant access to information. This document from Veeam Software outlines the company’s approach to data management, including scaling capacity and reducing overall IT costs. Read More

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