Bring Innovation to your Data Center
As your IT infrastructure gets more complex and technologies such as cloud and virtualization get integrated with legacy systems, it is only natural that inefficient infrastructures struggle to support market shifts.
By addressing these data center optimization challenges head-on, you can ensure that your systems run at peak performance and, in turn, you may be able to mitigate or delay big IT infrastructure upgrades.
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“We’re experiencing amazing savings with the increase in processing power as a result of the upgrade.”Rick Weinstein
Benefits of data center optimization:
- Lower cost and complexity through infrastructure consolidation
- Improve IT utilization and system availability with virtualization
- Improve operating efficiency through better management of IT and application environment
- Automate systems and data management tasks
- Increase IT flexibility and responsiveness to meet changing workloads
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