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infrastructure

1. The components of information technology, including computer hardware, software, networks, and peripheral devices that are used to connect and send signals to computers and users.
2. Those buildings, supplies, policies, procedures and other assets that support the human resources of an institution.
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Today's storage resource management tools allow users to monitor their entire storage infrastructure and proactively manage its utilization.
Simply put, this new breed of network-centric NFM solutions will redefine the way storage managers look at file management, bringing administrators the tools to create exceedingly compelling infrastructures for enterprise applications.
Commenting on this innovative solution, Anant Gupta, COO, HCL ISD said, "The Zero Touch Desktop Deployment Solution is an important milestone for the global Remote Infrastructure Management Industry and HCL's thought leadership in this arena.
Further complicating the issue is the fact that large enterprises have multiple, heterogeneous storage infrastructures that are often geographically distributed in order to provide resilience.
Data centers, even cutting-edge dynamic data centers with virtualized resources throughout, simply do not have this type of service-oriented infrastructure.
To make the investment in information technology more productive, IT organizations must focus on accumulating specialized skills and expertise in the key technologies for processing, accessing, storing, and distributing information; invest proactively in developing a best-in-class process for each of these technologies; and coordinate these infrastructures for fast deployment and scale efficiencies.
EqualLogic[R], a leading provider of enterprise-class iSCSI storage area network (SAN) solutions, today announced that EqualLogic's PS Series storage has been qualified with VMware Infrastructure 3.
Analogous to traditional public utilities such as electric or water service, utility computing comprehends an essentially demand-based business model for the full range of IT infrastructure capabilities including servers, storage, databases and network resources.
Fusion Dynamic has announced today the general availability of its DynamicOE(R) "operating environment" for data centers -- a new class of operating software that dynamically links the key hardware and software resources in a modern data center into a flexible, adaptive, fault-tolerant, and self-healing infrastructure.
Consequently, content delivery and other IT professionals are faced with the prospect of creating infrastructures using earlier, outdated technology that is difficult and costly to customize for their specific and typically wide-ranging data delivery requirements.
It is designed to leverage legacy infrastructures and migrate to advanced VoIP and multimedia services as the foundation for the next-generation networks.

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