Edge Computing, Colocation, and Cloud—when it comes to future data center trends, what does the magic eight ball say? After a quick shake and a few responses, the outlook on data centers for the future delves into some mixed responses. How to take your data center into the future Aging infrastructures in traditional setups may get the job done now, but the push for more workload optimization requires more compute power than ever before. IT teams need a different approach that modernizes their data center assets either on premises or in a colocation orSEE DETAILS
As a part of our three-year strategic agreement between Correlata and IBM, we have completed the first stage of building a unique ability that provides, for the first time, the power to bring a holistic view for x86 and IBM LinuxONE and IBM Linux on Z systems under a single information technology management platform.WHAT IS NEW?Our newest platform features and enhancements include a focus on business metrics such as IT business alignment, investment efficiency, service availability, and data loss risks in context with applications and/or environments with the ability toSEE DETAILS <span class="more-link-hover-ima...
Author: Mark Schwedel, Correlata / The use of technology in business has taken a sudden, but remarkable upsurge in the history of man. In the old times, business took a slow pace thanks to the lack of tools that would allow for faster business transactions. Everything was done with the help of mechanical tools and bare hands which made it unthinkable to do business instantly. Technology in business would allow one to see the radical, yet dramatic shift from the old business procedures to the innovative approaches as seen today. In addition,SEE DETAILS
Data center migration can seem daunting as there are multiple moving parts when undertaking this type of project. Whether you are in-process of considering a data center migration or are preparing for one, it is important to examine each part of the project before moving forward.
Once you have decided to migrate workloads to the cloud, the trickiest part is managing the data migration.Migrating unstructured data can be difficult for many reasons because unstructured data is often millions to billions of files throughout your organization and migrating this volume of data without some automation can be very challenging.