datacenter footprint reduction

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Published By: Dell EMC     Published Date: Nov 02, 2015
XtremIO reduces datacenter footprint and complexity with unstoppable in-line data reduction capabilities which address storage sprawl for Exchange databases. Thin provisioning doesn’t just eliminate space at the end of the drive, it eliminates all of the whitespace found within the database!
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Dell EMC
Published By: Dell EMC     Published Date: Aug 03, 2015
XtremIO reduces datacenter footprint and complexity with unstoppable in-line data reduction capabilities which address storage sprawl for Exchange databases. Thin provisioning doesn’t just eliminate space at the end of the drive, it eliminates all of the whitespace found within the database!
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data reduction, deployment approaches, emc, exchange server, database availability, compression, cloud infrastructure, datacenter footprint reduction
    
Dell EMC
Published By: IBM     Published Date: Jan 02, 2014
Buy-and-hold strategies can actually add costs to the datacenter, as systems age in place. Not only do hardware maintenance and software maintenance fees rise, over time – but the aging of applications also costs the organization money. Investing in a transition from POWER5 to POWER7 resulted in a return on investment (ROI) of more than 150 percent over three years.An insightful and and compelling discussion by IDC that reviews the primary reason for maintaining current systems -- Return on Investment. IDC studied IBM Power Systems sites that remained on the POWER5 platform long after its initial introduction in 2004. When comparisons to the succeeding generation of POWER7 are made, customers have found that the increase in scalability and performance of POWER7 systems, combined with a reduction in server "footprint" size and overall electrical requirements, resulted in significant reductions in ongoing costs, or opex, per 100 end users supported.
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ibm, idc, server transition, server alternatives, business value, operating costs, hardware platforms, server life cycles, hardware maintenance, software maintenance, application costs, modernization, business continuity, power5, power7, leveraging technology, it managers, it infrastructure, technology replacement cycle, data center
    
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Sep 27, 2013
Buy-and-hold strategies can actually add costs to the datacenter, as systems age in place. Not only do hardware maintenance and software maintenance fees rise, over time – but the aging of applications also costs the organization money. Investing in a transition from POWER5 to POWER7 resulted in a return on investment (ROI) of more than 150 percent over three years.An insightful and and compelling discussion by IDC that reviews the primary reason for maintaining current systems -- Return on Investment. IDC studied IBM Power Systems sites that remained on the POWER5 platform long after its initial introduction in 2004. When comparisons to the succeeding generation of POWER7 are made, customers have found that the increase in scalability and performance of POWER7 systems, combined with a reduction in server "footprint" size and overall electrical requirements, resulted in significant reductions in ongoing costs, or opex, per 100 end users supported.
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