It's no surprise that traditional data centers are ill equipped to handle the demands of today’s users and workloads.
Not only have the types of information and information-sources changed, but so has the infrastructure designed to manage, distribute, and analyze this information. While some of these much-hyped technologies (like cloud and converged infrastructures) have added to this complexity, at the same time, it’s these same technologies that hold the key to preparing your data center for the future.
Join us at an upcoming event to learn about the specific tools and techniques that best fit into your current data center – and how to use those to enhance its efficiency and effectiveness - whether you're dealing with issues related to the cloud/virtualization, data center infrastructure or applications management, or all of the above.
Don't miss out as experts Jonathan Eunice, Scott Lowe and Marc Staimer address specific (and common) IT pain points, including how to:
- Extend virtualization initiatives/more seriously evaluate cloud services
- Take advantage of some of the new features and capabilities of Hyper-V 3 or Systems Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012
- Evaluate server hardware purchases, maintenance and lifecycles in the face of virtualization and the cloud
- Implement an Exchange upgrade or migration
- Put Windows Server 2012 into production to support upgrades to applications like Active Directory
- Determine if your current infrastructure is scalable for the amount of data that’s being generated
- Prepare server or hardware purchases to support new/upgraded enterprise applications – or moving to a host or cloud solution instead
- Identify cloud-appropriate applications
- And so much more