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A computer and associated software that control a central repository of data, files and/or applications which can be accessed and/or manipulated in some way by client computers.
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OS-level server virtualization is really ideal for fast recovery solutions because the virtualized servers reside on top of a running operating system.
With these new capabilities, we are bringing the advantages of efficient virtualization technology to an even wider range of organizations by making it even easier to configure and administer highly available virtual servers.
The first step an SMB should take is to develop a backup strategy for their Exchange Server, with an eye toward automating the backup process for quick and easy backups and precise restores.
ZENworks for Servers helps customers accomplish network management tasks -- including server configuration, management and monitoring as well as content management and software distribution -- from a single point of administration.
HP has achieved numerous industry-leading benchmark results, including results released today of a record 64-way, three-tier SAP(R) Sales and Distribution (SD) Standard Application Benchmark on Windows(R) performed with the mySAP(TM) ERP 2004 solution, that demonstrate the outstanding performance of SAP applications on HP Integrity servers.
This often results in hard dollar costs (stemming from replacing smaller servers with larger ones or on clustering the existing servers) and soft dollar costs in the form of a loss in employee productivity.
Working closely with Microsoft and industry-leading partners such as IBM, HP, Dell, AMD and Intel, Citrix is building broad support for extended 64-bit operating systems and server architectures, which offer significant performance and scalability gains over today's 32-bit systems.
Hard disk space may go wasted on some servers and be in short supply on others, stranding unused capacity on the underutilized server and forcing the administrator to do some drive remapping.
Building on the success of Toad for Oracle, Toad for SQL Server is designed to address the needs of both database developers and DBAs in the SQL Server community.