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Whether you use mainframes or the cloud, data center capacity planning remains critical to ensure you have the IT resources you need down the road.
The density and flexibility offered by blade servers make them increasingly popular for IT pros inside an enterprise data center.
While the KVM functionality in Red Hat Enterprise Linux can help admins manage VMs on a few servers, larger deployments may call for RHEV and OpenStack.
Moving a virtual data center from one physical location to another is a big undertaking, and without a well-thought-out data center migration plan, you are sure to run into issues.
Some administrators advocate for the use of dynamic memory, while others vehemently oppose it, and there are compelling arguments both for and against. So, which side is right?
Looking to buy a virtualization management tool? Expert Brien Posey details what criteria to consider so you choose the most effective product for your company.
Your cloud storage could be costing you more than it should. Follow these five steps to identify and eliminate any unnecessary cloud storage fees.
Cloud bursting gives you the capacity you need during peak times, but won't work unless you properly manage private and public cloud data. Duplication and other strategies can help.
Subscriptions are not as black and white as they seem. Review the concepts, roles and challenges involved when planning and managing subscriptions for Azure.
Non-volatile memory express outperforms SATA at almost every turn, but IT should remember that NVMe does not always work well with older hardware.
The new version of PowerShell in Windows 10 makes it easier than ever to interact with the clipboard using a few simple commands.
Booting to Safe Mode isn't the same process in Windows 10 as it was in older versions of the operating system.