By: battala

March 17, 2010 11:28 am


Server Consolidation and Data Center Consolidation

By Rajesh Battala Server consolidation is a key element of cutting IT costs. Novell products make it easy to assess your data center for consolidation and optimization. This not only helps your IT organization to reduce costs but also improves the efficiency of the usage of the resources, improves service levels and helps in better […]

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By: kimlorusso

March 8, 2010 8:30 am


Case Study Article with EFiS: Consolidation Makes Cents Implementing an IBM System z10 Enterprise Linux Server EFiS EDI Finance Service AG

Customer: EFiS EDI Finance Service AG Headquarters: Dreieich, Germany Business: Outsourced application provider for banking, financial institutions and corporations Challenge: Reducing costs, providing better security, increasing computing performance, improving disaster recovery and keeping green Solution: Consolidating other Linux OS-based servers to a faster IBM Enterprise Linux Server and using its existing IBM System z9 Business […]

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By: battala

June 3, 2009 6:47 pm


How to add Virtual Hard Disks and get them to work inside the Guest Operating System

This article explains how to add additional virtual hard disks and get them to work inside the Guest OS in a VMware virtual environment. As IT is moving towards Server Consolidations, the need for knowledge of managing and administration of Virtual Machines is also necessary. The important configurable elements of virtual machines are CPU, Memory, […]

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By: coolguys

July 25, 2008 11:55 am


Success Story: Georgetown McDonough School of Business

College to Corporate Georgetown McDonough School of Business Novell Connection Magazine - Proof Point - July 2008 Here's an excerpt: A nationally ranked business school, Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business used Novell Open Enterprise Server running SUSE Linux Enterprise to consolidate servers by 90 percent and cut implementation time for new applications by 50 […]

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