Monthly Archives: October 2016

How DCIM Fits in the Enterprise

Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) is making slow but steady progress in the enterprise, a testament to the twin facts that while organizations do want to reduce their energy consumption, there are limits as to how far they are willing to go to achieve results.

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Driving More Value from the Cloud

The enterprise is moving workloads to the cloud at an increasing rate, but this is not necessarily producing a money tree for providers. As experience with cloud architectures grows, organizations are becoming more particular about where, when and how cloud services are to be consumed, and this is leading to some fine-tuning in the market.

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The Changing Face of Hybrid Clouds

The hybrid cloud is considered to be the “safe zone” between the rigidity and poor scalability of private resources and the lack of control in the public domain.

But while it was always expected that hybrids would one day morph into a seamlessly integrated, broadly distributed data ecosystem, that vision is starting to look less feasible, and less desirable, as experience with real cloud architectures grows.

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