A Guide to Private Cloud Security
With private cloud, IT can achieve virtually all the key benefits of the public cloud—such as resource pooling, self-service provisioning and elastic scalability—while asserting greater control over security, protection and compliance. Download this e-book to learn more.
Evaluator Group: Storage Federation – IT Without Limits (Analysis Of HP Peer Motion With Storage Federation)
As the role of IT increases within organizations, the need to move data when and where it is needed is critical to support emerging business requirements. This has become increasingly difficult due to the huge growth of data volumes. This white paper sponsored by HP + Intel evaluates a solution that aims to enable the
HP 3PAR Utility Storage (Benefits Summary) – Next Generation Storage For Virtual & Cloud Data Centers
The growth and use of information has outpaced traditional storage technologies, whose fundamental designs are in some cases decades old. This paper sponsored by HP + Intel introduces a next-generation storage option for virtual and cloud data centers. Learn how to overcome the flexibility and scalability challenges of outdated storage
S4 Matrix: Managing At A Higher Level (Illuminata)
For years, it’s been clear that to make systems fundamentally more manageable, you have to build manageability in from the get-go. It’s also been clear that no amount of hardware sensing or firmware updating is enough. We must move to a higher level of management—one focused on business applications and delivered service levels.
Taneja Group Product Profile: Storage For The Integrated Virtual Infrastructure (HP P4000 SAN Solutions)
This paper examines the features and capabilities of the HP P4000 product family powered by Intel® Xeon® processors, and shows how these SAN solutions help businesses to overcome the storage-related growing pains they typically encounter as they deploy and scale out a virtual infrastructure.
S5 Matrix: Building The Enterprise Cloud (Illuminata)
This Illuminata Spotlight paper, authored by Jonathan Eunice, Founder and Principal IT Advisor at Illuminata, discusses HP BladeSystem Matrix, a ready-to-run IT infrastructure, and its use as an out-of-the-box platform for private clouds suited to enterprise IT.
IDC: Scale-Out Storage In The Content-Driven Enterprise ~ Unleashing The Value Of Information Assets
HP X9000 IBRIX Storage Systems powered by Intel® Xeon® processors allow users to create a virtual file storage environment where they can match storage price/performance with application requirements, yet manage a single, highly scalable system. All three appliance models (X9300 Gateway, X9320, and X9720), or multiple instances of them, can coexist within a single namespace.
IDG Tech Dossier: HP CloudSystem Matrix And HP 3PAR Utility Storage
When you deploy HP CloudSystem Matrix with 3PAR as the back-end storage, you can quickly and easily roll out Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) based on templates from a single management console, as well as a host of other benefits. Download this paper to learn more. Sponsored by HP & Intel
Blade Servers: Easier Management, Better Power Usage And Quicker ROI
Blade servers offer a number of advantages over traditional tower and rack-mount servers. The blade server’s modular, future-proof design provides scalability and allows you to build and grow your infrastructure over time. It optimizes the use of physical space and requires 40 percent less power consumption vs. traditional infrastructure. Intel and the Intel logo
Sportsbet.com.au Improves Its Odds In Online Betting Race Case Study
Australian online bookmaker centralizes storage, manages growth, and wins fast ROI with HP X9000 Network Storage System powered by Intel® Xeon® processors. Discover how to establish a reliable, easy-to-manage centralized storage solution that can scale to accommodate explosive business growth. Develop a new storage strategy and gain control over
Korean Educational Broadcasting System (EBS) Uses HP StorageWorks X9000 To Serve 30,000 Simultaneous Users Case Study
Korean Educational Broadcasting System (EBS) needed a new storage solution to cope with a significant increase in downloads of its online tests. They implemented the HP X9000 Network Storage system, powered by Intel® Xeon® processors, G/W model. “When this solution was first introduced, no one imagined there would be such a significant increase in the