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Verizon Wireless Ensures Availability During iPhone Launch

Published By: TeamQuest     Published Date: Sep 06, 2012
Verizon Wireless executive Rich Rodgers explains how his team knew they had the right amount of capacity to handle the surge in IT service demand during the iPhone launch.
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iphone, verizon wireless, capacity management, performance management, information technology, capacity planning, business technology
    
TeamQuest

How To Do Capacity Planning

Published By: TeamQuest     Published Date: Sep 06, 2012
Watch as capacity planning expert Jon Hill explains the 3 crucial steps of successful capacity planning. Hill then performs real world demonstrations that detail each step using TeamQuest Performance Software.
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capacity management, capacity planning, performance management, teamquest, teamquest performance software, business technology
    
TeamQuest

5 Habits of Highly Successful Capacity Planners

Published By: TeamQuest     Published Date: Sep 06, 2012
Learn the 5 Habits of Highly Successful Capacity Planners from a guy who knows. Best Practices Manager Ron Potter has worked in the performance management and capacity management arena for 20 years in medium and large corporations.
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capacity planning, infrastructure, business applications, performance management, team quest, business technology
    
TeamQuest

How to Do Capacity Planning

Published By: TeamQuest     Published Date: Apr 09, 2014
The goal of capacity planning is to provide satisfactory service levels to users in a cost-effective manner. This paper describes the fundamental steps for performing capacity planning. Real life examples are provided using TeamQuest® Performance Software.
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teamquest, virtualization, it professionals, optimize software, distributed environment, data center, performance, data management
    
TeamQuest

How to Do Capacity Planning

Published By: TeamQuest     Published Date: Jul 11, 2014
It is very common for an IT organization to manage system performance in a reactionary fashion, analyzing and correcting performance problems as users report them. When problems occur, hopefully system administrators have tools necessary to quickly analyze and remedy the situation. In a perfect world, administrators prepare in advance in order to avoid performance bottlenecks altogether, using capacity planning tools to predict in advance how servers should be configured to adequately handle future workloads.
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teamquest, capacity planning, system performance, administrators, workloads, it management, data management
    
TeamQuest

Virtualization & Cloud Management Using Capacity Planning

Published By: IBM     Published Date: Apr 18, 2012
The term virtualization refers to the creation of virtual machines, virtual networks, and virtual disks (logical images of physical resources) that can execute work and then be returned to a shared resource pool. Cloud computing makes use of virtualization but cloud computing also focuses on allowing computing to be delivered as a service.
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ibm, technology, powervm, vmware, virtualization, intel platform, service management, cloud capacity, capacity planning, cloud management, technology platform, data quality, desktop management, business technology, cloud computing
    
IBM

Are Your Capacity Management Processes Fit for the Cloud Era?

Published By: VMTurbo     Published Date: Mar 25, 2015
An Intelligent Roadmap for Capacity Planning Many organizations apply overly simplistic principles to determine requirements for compute capacity in their virtualized data centers. These principles are based on a resource allocation model which takes the total amount of memory and CPU allocated to all virtual machines in a compute cluster, and assumes a defined level of over provisioning (e.g. 2:1, 4:1, 8:1, 12:1) in order to calculate the requirement for physical resources. Often managed in spreadsheets or simple databases, and augmented by simple alert-based monitoring tools, the resource allocation model does not account for actual resource consumption driven by each application workload running in the operational environment, and inherently corrodes the level of efficiency that can be driven from the underlying infrastructure.
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capacity planning, vmturbo, resource allocation model, cpu, cloud era, it management, knowledge management, enterprise applications
    
VMTurbo

Scalability & Capacity Planning: Considerations when Investing in IT Infrastructure

Published By: NetShelter - CyrusOne     Published Date: Oct 12, 2011
This whitepaper outlines issues that arise when planning for growth of IT infrastructure and explains how the colocation of data centers can provide scalability, enabling users to modify capacity quickly to meet fluctuating demand.
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cyrus one, data center, texas, infrastructure, capacity, planning, colocation, scablability, costs, demand, data storage, backup, cyrus 1, houston, dallas, interoperability, network architecture, network management, it spending, project management
    
NetShelter - CyrusOne

Harnessing the Power of an IT Dashboard

Published By: uptime software     Published Date: Dec 06, 2007
Discover the three key reasons how enterprise IT dashboards can deliver highly valuable information to your organization in an easy to use format and provide simple processes that will turn dashboard data into actionable IT decisions.
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server monitoring, monitoring tool, capacity planning, performance monitoring, service level management, service level agreement, sla, infrastructure, systems management, network management, uptime, server uptime, downtime, dashboarding, reporting, it management, best practices, business activity monitoring, business analytics, business intelligence
    
uptime software

The Truth Behind Agent vs. Agentless Monitoring

Published By: uptime software     Published Date: Dec 06, 2007
Monitoring servers, applications, and services has become an essential part of the IT department over the past 10 years. However, it can be a daunting task to find the right solution for your Enterprise. This brief paper will examine the differences between Agent and Agentless monitoring, so you can make the right decision based on your company's needs, the metrics you need, your budget range, your resource availability, and your management's reporting needs.
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server monitoring, monitoring tool, capacity planning, performance monitoring, service level management, service level agreement, sla, infrastructure, systems management, network management, uptime, server uptime, downtime, it management, monitoring, servers, high availability, application performance management, business activity monitoring
    
uptime software

The Data Center Build-or-Buy Decision: 6 Key Factors You Should Consider

Published By: CyrusOne     Published Date: Jan 19, 2012
If your data center is running out of space or power you have 2 options. You can build and operate a new facility, or you can lease the capacity.
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colocation, cloud, infrastructure, data centers, data center planning, cyrusone, cyrus one, data center, texas, infrastructure, capacity, planning, colocation, scablability, costs, demand, data storage, backup, cyrus 1, houston
    
CyrusOne

Colocation: The Logical Home for the Cloud

Published By: CyrusOne     Published Date: Jan 19, 2012
Today's enterprises increasingly occupy the cloud. As in nature, the IT cloud needs a sky in which to live. That environment is colocation-read more!
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colocation, cloud, infrastructure, data centers, data center planning, cyrusone, cyrus one, data center, texas, infrastructure, capacity, planning, colocation, scablability, costs, demand, data storage, backup, cyrus 1, houston
    
CyrusOne

SCALABILITY & CAPACITY PLANNING: BUILD VS. BUY Considerations when Investing in IT Infrastructure

Published By: CyrusOne     Published Date: Jan 19, 2012
This paper explores issues that arise when planning for growth of Information Technology infrastructure and explains how colocation of data centers can provide scalability, enabling users to modify capacity quickly to meet fluctuating demand.
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colocation, cloud, infrastructure, data centers, data center planning, cyrusone, cyrus one, data center, texas, infrastructure, capacity, planning, colocation, scablability, costs, demand, data storage, backup, cyrus 1, houston
    
CyrusOne

Network Evolution Hub

Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Sep 15, 2015
Walk past your data center, and you might hear a soft, plaintive call: “Feed me, feed me…” It is not your engineers demanding more pizza. It is your servers and applications. And the call is growing louder. Mobile and virtualized workloads, cloud applications, big data, heterogeneous devices: they are all growing in your business, demanding previously unimagined capacity and performance from your servers and data center fabric. And that demand is not slacking. Your employees, applications, and competitive advantage increasingly depend on it. Those servers and applications need to be fed. And if you have not started planning for 40 gigabits per second (Gbps) to the server rack, you will need to soon.
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applications, systems integration, cloud, development, network architecture, network management, network performance, cloud computing, data center design and management
    
Cisco

The Practical Science of Data Center Capacity Planning

Published By: Server Technology     Published Date: Jan 16, 2015
DCD Intelligence has compiled this White Paper in order to share some industry insights and lessons on the practical steps that are needed to develop a successful power and capacity planning strategy.
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server technology, power capacity, power and cooling, data center power, best practices, data center costs, roi, network architecture, network management, servers, blade servers, it spending, return on investment, total cost of ownership, cloud computing, data center design and management, business technology
    
Server Technology

Unlock Greater Value from DCIM with Asset Intelligence

Published By: CA Technologies     Published Date: Aug 19, 2014
The data center is getting bigger and more complex and so too is the asset inventory. Every new asset has an impact on the day–to–day operations of the data center – from power consumption and problem resolution to capacity planning and change management.
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ca technologies, dcim, asset management, power, power and cooling, data center energy, servers, backup and recovery, blade servers, it spending, data center design and management
    
CA Technologies

Bridge the Operational and Optimization Divide with DCIM

Published By: CA Technologies     Published Date: Aug 19, 2014
To help organizations plan their DCIM roadmap, this paper explores five essential DCIM use cases and outcomes. From better asset utilization and faster provisioning to maintaining availability, greater efficiency and smarter capacity planning, we look at how DCIM can close the operational and optimization gap for both IT and facilities.
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ca technologies, it operations, dcim, data center management, data center capacity, performance management, blade servers, storage management, productivity, data center design and management
    
CA Technologies

The Yin and Yang of Memory Overcommitment in Virtualization

Published By: Kingston     Published Date: Feb 15, 2011
Learn how to balance the positive and negative effects of memory utilization in virtual infrastructures to better handle system workload and priority--while improving server utilization
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virtualization, memory overcommitment, memory performance, memory reclamation, vmware, memory utilization, consolidation ratios, server memory, server utilization, memory ballooning, vmkernal swapping, capacity planning, vmware esx 4.0, active directory, bandwidth management, convergence, distributed computing, ethernet networking, fibre channel, gigabit networking
    
Kingston

Top Five Things to Know about Cisco BiDi Optical Technology

Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Feb 23, 2016
Mobile and virtualized workloads, cloud applications, big data, heterogeneous devices: they are all growing in your business, demanding previously unimagined capacity and performance from your servers and data center fabric. And that demand is not slacking. Your employees, applications, and competitive advantage increasingly depend on it. Those servers and applications need to be fed. And if you have not started planning for 40 gigabits per second (Gbps) to the server rack, you will need to soon.
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Cisco
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