Ron the CIO challenges IT operations to cut 70% off of the application deployment schedule. Are his application, security, and network teams up to the task? How can SDN in the data center provide a powerful answer?
In diesem Dokument werden zwei Ansätze für eine effiziente WLAN Gestaltung erörtert. Mit beiden können Sie 802.11ac in Ihr WLAN integrieren und es wird eine Basis für zukünftige Hochgeschwindigkeitstechnologien geschaffen.
Dieses Dokument enthält Ratschläge für die Bewertung eines WiFi-Netzes im Unternehmen und analysiert die wichtigsten Anforderungen, architekturbezogene Erwägungen, 10 Sachen, die ein WiFi-Netz imstande zu tun sein muss, und benutzt das RFP Verfahren, um einen Zulieferer auszuwählen.
Certain workloads are better suited to the private cloud, whereas other, often newer applications can benefit from deployment in the public cloud. This means that for enterprises, a comprehensive approach to hybrid cloud is both desirable and practical.
This paper discusses two approaches for efficient WLAN design. Learn more about the advantages and disadvantages of these two approaches. Both let you integrate 802.11ac into your WLAN and both can help lay the foundation for future, high-speed technologies.
“ This 30-minute webinar that will help you navigate the EUEM landscape and learn how traditional APM and device monitoring products provide some aspects of End User Experience Monitoring, but can often leave enterprise IT Ops teams blind to what their users are actually experiencing.
To get the most out of their computer automation initiatives, healthcare organizations must take a step back, assess their current IT environments, adjust as needed and make important decisions regarding the future of their IT infrastructures.
While seemingly counter intuitive, organizations can actually create IT efficiencies without having to cut service levels by adopting a systems management strategy that embraces the concept of “Discover, Manage, Automate and Validate.”
Healthcare systems are inherently distributed across large campus environments, making regular IT systems management complex and time consuming. The risks of irregular maintenance and non-compliance of IT and security policies are not only measured in dollars lost but in lives saved.
Interconnecting three or more sites across a metro or wide area network has traditionally been accomplished via a hub and spoke network topology using Private Lines, Frame Relay or IP VPNs over the Internet. Ethernet services support hub and spoke topologies but also support an “any-to-any” network topology similar to a LAN but delivered over a wide area. This latter capability is unique to Ethernet services and cannot be cost effectively delivered using legacy point-to-point technologies such as Frame Relay or IP VPNs.
This paper discusses two options for multi-site connectivity using Ethernet services. One option discusses the classical hub and spoke topology using Ethernet Virtual Private Lines (EVPL). The other option discusses the “any-to-any” topology using an Ethernet Private LAN (EP-LAN) service. Through examples, the paper illustrates the capabilities of the two approaches and their benefits.