I recently had the opportunity to write several articles for Dell’s Tech Page One blog. I always enjoy thinking (and writing/speaking) about topics related to IT architecture changes. Over the last several years, that has focused on virtualization technology and cloud computer. A special
Below are links to those articles, with a brief intro for each.
With the seemingly endless list of daily IT tasks and projects, it’s difficult to step back and ask a hypothetical question: How would we build out data center infrastructures if we could completely start over?
The availability of new technology is often the beginning of a new set of challenges for IT professionals. The trick is in finding how to get the benefits of improvements while staying within the constraints of budgets, human resources, time, expertise, and business requirements.
When implemented correctly, virtualization helps reduce complexity, reduce management overhead, and increase overall operational efficiency. Those words should be music to the ears of any data center manager struggling to make their business requirements and technology ends meet.
The enigmatic world of quantum mechanics notwithstanding, it’s difficult to create something from nothing. That’s especially true if you’re an IT professional tasked with meeting storage needs.
A special thanks to Ziff Davis for providing the project and getting this published!