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Fault Meets Performance -- Comprehensive Infrastructure Management Part 1: The Problem
Customers, suppliers, partners and other business needs dominate IT decision making, so when these business partners complain about slow applications or

cpu noise  threshold. So if a CPU registers that it is more than 80 percent busy, an alarm may be generated each time it exceeds 80 percent, which can occur multiple times per second. An IT manager looking at some topology map of his network seeing thousands of similar alarms flashing on his screen in red has a hard time determining which alarms signify critical problems and which ones are redundant. Some IT management software vendors have developed software to filter out the noise from redundant alarms that occur Read More

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The Definitive Guide to Successful Deployment of VoIP and IP Telephony-Chapter 3
When deploying any new system, preparation is key—and Internet protocol telephony (IPT) systems are no exception. Part 3 of this 4-part e-book series provides

cpu noise  be running at high CPU utilization. They might not be able to support VoIP services without upgrade or replacement. Existing wide area network (WAN) circuits may already be overburdened carrying the existing data applications. Network bandwidth, robustness to single points of failure, and processing capacity are key factors in deploying any new service like integrated voice. One of the most common mistakes, and one that has doomed more than a few IPT projects to certain failure, is skipping the network re Read More
How to Overcome the Limits of Enterprise Software
Is your enterprise software really making you more competitive? After all, for years you’ve had to make expensive trade-offs between application dependability

cpu noise  strategic applications are frequently CPU- and/or data-intensive, and are also time-critical in nature. The combination of CPU/data-intensive and time-critical requires that the applications exhibit both scalability and dependability, a tall order that many traditional approaches fail to successfully or cost-effectively meet. In addition, agile enterprises also require that their strategic applications keep pace with the change of business. A new type of software-based application environment - the Read More
Peregrine Exits Quiet Period Making Noise
Emerging from the quiet period after announcing its merger with Harbinger, Peregrine makes up for lost time with a trio of announcements related to its asset

cpu noise  Exits Quiet Period Making Noise Peregrine Exits Quiet Period Making Noise D. Geller - June 26, 2000 Event Summary Peregrine Systems made some key moves to consolidate its strengths in asset management. First, it entered into a partnership with Motive Communications. Motive specializes in augmenting and bypassing help desk personnel by providing tools that allow individuals with IT problems to diagnose and repair their own desktop machines. Peregrine will license a version of MotiveNet Server. Read More
Informix Holds Fire Sale on Linux Database
Informix announced its continued commitment and investment to the Linux community with the release of Foundation.2000 and Cloudscape 3.0 on Linux.

cpu noise  pricing for a single CPU version of Informix Internet Foundation.2000 Intel Architecture on Linux is $2,000.00 and two to four CPUs are $10,000 per CPU. According to Janet Smith, senior director of Linux marketing at Informix Corporation, We see the tremendous growth potential of the Linux market and are announcing this aggressive price promotion on Foundation.2000 to help lower the barriers to entry. Market Impact Following on the heels of Oracle's announced price cuts, and with the rising popularity Read More
MicroStrategy Manages Your Customer Relationships And Its Own
MicroStrategy has recently added CRM applications to its offerings. The company’s new CRM suite, eCRM7, will be generally available in December. MicroStrategy

cpu noise  per seat or per CPU prices. At the MicroStrategy WebStore customers can configure and price their purchase knowing they have received the same deal as other customers. Furthermore customers can view product demonstrations, receive technical support and training, and download software documentation via the web site. By augmenting traditional direct and indirect sales channels with the web, MicroStrategy believes it can cut sales related costs out of the transaction while shortening the sales cycle. The Read More
IBM Updates the Netfinity Line
IBM finally seems to have gotten the message of “smaller is better” when it comes to rackmount servers with the introduction of three new models to its

cpu noise  the first 1U, two CPU server from one of the Big Four Intel-based server vendors, and we believe IBM is on the verge of turning things around for the Netfinity. Although we still are unsure whether a 3U, two-CPU system (the 4500R) is what the market wants - even with hot-swap drives - denser offerings are now becoming a trend for Netfinity, rather than the exception. If IBM sticks to its preliminary price figure (under $7000 for a 6000R with a single CPU, 512 MB of RAM, no hard drives), it will find Read More
Compaq, Dell Announce Eight-Way Intel Servers
Compaq and Dell have announced eight-CPU Intel servers, shipping in late August/early September.

cpu noise  their new eight-way (8 CPUs) servers, based on Intel's Profusion chipset. (HP and IBM expected to ship by the end of September.) Early performance figures show an approximate doubling of performance (relative to four-way), and a narrowing of the gap between Unix and Intel/NT servers. Market Impact This means that Intel/NT servers are starting to move into the performance band historically owned by Unix servers. As this trend continues, non-Intel servers will have a tougher time gaining customers in Read More
An Introduction to Load Balancing
Is it possible for a business to ensure uninterrupted, secure, and high-performance access to network-based business applications and web sites? Yes. With

cpu noise  have different requirements for CPU usage, I/O throughput, etc., it is possible to increase eficiency by using some servers to handle transactions, and others to provide storage or other functions. Also, with Layer 7 request switching, certain users can be directed to higher-power servers to provide the highest service level. Global server load balancing In addition to enhancing load balancing with Layer 7 request switching, organizations can beneit from class server load balancing (GSLB) across the Read More
Turmoil in CPU-Land
Intel announces a recall of the barely-shipping 1.13 GHz Pentium III, and AMD announces the head of its PC processor unit is 'leaving to pursue other interests'

cpu noise  cases winning (relative to CPU performance). This has elevated AMD from its former me-too status to a serious contender in the Intel-architecture market. We don't envision AMD surpassing Intel any time soon (especially because of AMD's non-presence in the server market), but this stuff does make life interesting. For AMD , we envision a slight loss of momentum (as generally happens when a key person leaves), but we do not presently believe the long-term effects will hurt AMD greatly. User Read More
Feds Warms Up to ERP Spending, but Will Contractors and Their ERP Vendors Comply? Part One: Event Summary and Market Impact
There has been noise in the US public sector about a strong federal (Feds) interest in ERP applications. This, coupled with the Feds customary huge purchasing

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Presarios Freezing - and Not Because it's Winter
At least 20 Compaq customers who purchased the Presario 5800 PCs recently have reported inexplicable freezing of their PCs while surfing the Web or playing

cpu noise  with Celeron-based (Intel Corp CPU) machines, the bulk of the negative attention has been focused on systems using CPUs made by AMD. Intel is aggressively cutting prices and producing faster CPUs in an effort to kill Advanced Micro. AMD can little afford to have any negative perceptions, whether deserved or not. User Recommendations The Presario 5800 Series is geared for the consumer market. Even so, corporate users planning to purchase a significant quantity of Presario 5800s (and possibly 5900s) should Read More
IBM Continues RS/6000 Performance Focus
IBM has just released benchmark results for its mid-range Unix server, the RS/6000 M80, showing it to be a top performer in transaction processing and Web

cpu noise  manage unexpected growth Dynamic CPU Deallocation to isolate potential processor problems and keep applications running Service processor to monitor vital signs and keep system running Multiple Benchmark Champion Since its introduction last month, the M80 has grabbed the number one spot on a number of crucial industry performance benchmarks. It scorched competitors in the SPECweb99 benchmark to become the world's fastest 8-way Web server and set new records for Java performance and scalability in the Read More
What’s All This Benchmark Stuff, Anyway?
Vendors love to quote benchmarks in their product literature, press releases, and any place they think someone will use the numbers to make a buying decision

cpu noise  performance figures for the CPU and CPU subsystem. Another attempt at meaningful benchmarks was FLOPS ( FL oating-point OP erations per S econd), which rated processor speed. Computer manufacturers often quoted their systems as XX megaFLOPS (MFLOPS) or YY gigaFLOPS (GFLOPS). However, as users came to realize that FLOPS is an incomplete measure of system performance, other benchmarks were developed by groups such as the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (referred to as SPEC), a consortium Read More
IBM’s Newest NUMA-Q Server to Handle 64 Intel CPUs
IBM announced its latest NUMA-Q server, the E410. Its ability to house up to 64 Intel CPUs represents a doubling of the “largest” current system, the ES7000

cpu noise  to Handle 64 Intel CPUs IBM’s Newest NUMA-Q Server to Handle 64 Intel CPUs R. Krause - June 19, 2000 Event Summary May 24, 2000 [Source: IBM] - IBM introduced the world's most powerful Intel-based server, the 64-processor NUMA-Q E410, along with the industry's most affordable technology-leading two-way server, the Netfinity 3500 M20. These products represent the high-end and the low-end of the industry's most scalable Intel-based server line for e-businesses running Windows 2000 and Linux environments. Read More

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