• Server consolidation: Modeling your consolidation server

    In performing a server consolidation, it's hard to figure out how many servers can be safely consolidated into one without running into diminishing returns. You should learn what each server's real needs and behaviors are, then model your consolidation server along those guidelines.

    EnterpriseDesktopATE2,515 pointsBadges:
  • Active Directory meets Solaris

    SearchWin2000 and an IT analyst join hands, light some candles, and peer into the Solaris crystal ball. What we see is an operating system that needs a Microsoft makeover to stay attractive.

    Brunola3,910 pointsBadges:
  • Cable management madness

    Your server room cables needn't be a tangled mess. Here are some pointers on how to organize your cables and keep your network running smoothly.

    Brien Posey9,075 pointsBadges:
  • Virtual machines conquer space

    Virtual machines carve up a single physical system and make it work like multiple systems. This is a real boon for server consolidation, says analyst Thomas J. Deane.

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  • Tackling server and storage consolidation in one project

    Pierce County, Wash., solved a crippling data growth problem by consolidating its infrastructure on IBM blade servers and storage, and says it will save $3 million in the process.

    JoMaitland2,160 pointsBadges:
  • How to consolidate servers with Storage Server 2003

    This tip will show you how to use the new feature pack in Storage Server 2003 to consolidate servers, protect data and centrally manage databases.

    searchStorage8,945 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft demos hosted service to troubleshoot Windows

    At MMS 2008, Microsoft demonstrated a database service that will one day help IT shops compare system performance.

    ctorode875 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft, Novell share common belief

    In an online forum, executives from the two companies agree that proprietary and open source software are intertwined in the enterprise.

    Margie Semilof4,240 pointsBadges:
  • Startup brings telecom self-heal concept to computing

    Large computer vendors, like IBM and Microsoft, all have plans to make their systems more manageable with less intervention. Now, a Canadian startup company is bringing a technique used in self-healing telecommunications networks to the world of systems management.

    ITKE334,795 pointsBadges:
  • NDIS specification information for a MAC

    I am having a problem with NDIS specification. I will use Ethernet (10 Mbps) and TCP over MAC but I need to use MAC directly.

    Ed Tittel4,435 pointsBadges:

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