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Red Hat Satellite Channels – Große Einsparungen für das Linux Management

Linux hat sich zu einem Grundstein für die Unterstützung moderner, schnell wachsender ITUmgebungen entwickelt. Linux wird zur Bereitstellung von Geschäftsanwendungen und Datenbanken eingesetzt und baut dabei auf seinem guten Ruf als preiswerte Betriebssystemumgebung auf. Für viele ITAbteilungen ist Linux ein Hauptbestandteil zur Bereitstellung von Webservern. Dabei hat sich das System von den grundlegenden Datei-, Druck- und

Quantifizierung der Geschäftsvorteile der Red Hat Enterprise Linux Lösungen

Immer mehr Unternehmen wechseln zu Linux, denn diese sichere, zuverlässige und leistungsstarke Plattform sorgt für eine Reduzierung der Anschaffungs- und Betriebskosten und bietet gleichzeitig die Agilität, die erforderlich ist, um Veränderungen der Geschäftsbedingungen zu antizipieren und darauf zu reagieren. Insbesondere die Betriebsumgebung Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL), die auf dem Open Source Linux Kernel basiert,

OpenStack: The platform of choice for cloud (Infographik)

An IDG Connect survey* of 200 US enterprise decision makers reveals that resource management, simplifying IT management, application management and application migration are the key challenges. The survey results also reveal that customers have aggressive OpenStack adoption plans and are facing IT Skills as the #1 challenge. Vendors and system integrators are an effective resource

Dual-Source Virtualization Clears Path to Open Hybrid Clouds

At enterprises everywhere, private clouds are catching on. And increasingly, businesses are finding that an open hybrid approach to building private clouds is the best way to maximize their benefits—cost-effective, flexible computing and storage capacity without single-vendor limitations. That conclusion is causing IT leaders to seek out alternative providers of virtualization technology as well as

Cloud resource management the right way: How to effectively optimize virtual infrastructure and private and hybrid cloud resources

Enterprise IT infrastructures are being transformed into dynamic, virtual infrastructures to enable increased agility, lower costs, and higher service levels. However, while these new shared infrastructures combine virtualization, resource aggregation, logical allocation, dynamic workload relocation, and settings reconfiguration, they also introduce significant complexities to resource management and capacity planning. And while resource utilization data in

Cloud infrastructure for the real world: Managing traditional and cloud workloads simultaneously

Early cloud computing talk about the inevitability of a public compute utility has mostly given way to more nuanced discussions. Cloud characteristics such as flexibility, rapid scalability, efficiency, faster application development, and agility are as desired as ever, and are seen as essential enablers for next-generation IT infrastructures. However, these infrastructures won’t come in one

The Agility Gap in Today’s Private Clouds

There is a very strong, implicit assumption by users that their self-provisioned systems will be highly available and reliable, and will perform as required within the underlying cloud infrastructure. Providing only initial self-service provisioning without continuous monitoring and management of those systems, as well as the supporting infrastructure, will significantly constrain the service levels that

CIOs strive to harness big data while keeping an eye on the bottom line

As the economy improves, CIOs must lay the foundation for the next generation of enterprise business growth, and the new battleground is data. Companies focused on transforming themselves into data-driven organizations are seeing increased innovation and improved financial performance. By contrast, businesses that continue with business as usual—amassing terabytes of data in siloed, monolithic storage