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Added by Chris MacKinnon on December 30, 2010 at 2:46 — No Comments
Added by Chris MacKinnon on December 30, 2010 at 2:34 — No Comments
During a conversation at one of the major data center conferences this year it struck me that there are a wide range of options available to data center managers when selecting development for some of their key assets - their staff!
When I asked the head of data centers at a well known company why they choose a specific vendors training for their staff it became evident that they weren't fully aware of the many training options available to them. It also made me think that I really…Continue
Added by DCPNet Admin on December 16, 2010 at 8:00 — 5 Comments
Illuminating DCIM tools: Asset Management vs. Real-time Monitoring
In the news recently, there has been a lot of discussion around a new category of software tools focusing on unified facilities and IT management in the data center. These tools have been labeled by Gartner as Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM), of which Modius OpenData is a leading…Continue
Added by Robert Schmidt on December 15, 2010 at 22:00 — No Comments
Pls help us to revise and CRITICIZE our document.
ALL comments (pro and con) are wellcome. Just one issue is in español, (but nowdays in our industry who does not can read in two or more languages other than english?)
to down load go to http://norma.sdr.com.mx/
your commnts to email@example.com or in this post
saludos y FELIZ NAVIDAD and a Prospero Año Nuevo 2011.
Added by roberto sanchez,RCDD on December 12, 2010 at 5:30 — No Comments
Over in Eden Prairie (Minneapolis Minnesota suburb) where data storage vendor Compellent (CML) is based, they must be singing in the hallways today that it is beginning to feel a lot like Christmas.
Sure we had another dusting of snow this morning here in the Minneapolis area and the temp is actually up in the balmy 20F temperature range (was around 0F…Continue
Added by Greg Schulz on December 10, 2010 at 23:37 — No Comments
Started to work with Kubisys, a relatively new company, based in Northern New Jersey. They created a new tool called the Thin Capture Appliance that can replicate a Windows and/or Linux Environment in 15 minutes. It combines virtualization, autodiscovery, and storage imaging uniquely. They officially launched at NY Interop and won top 10 product of the year. Check it out at www.kubisys.com
Added by Rachel Schneider on December 10, 2010 at 1:44 — No Comments