Align Your Data Center and Business Goals

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Without a high-performance data center, business can quickly come to a grinding halt. No longer just a building full of systems, the data center is now the cornerstone for delivering the services that drive fundamental business operations. As every company knows, uninterrupted IT service is mission-critical, and disruptions can result in severe financial loss. This case study from Aperture, a brand of Emerson Network Power, shows how leading enterprises optimize data center operations.

The pressures on the data center continue to mount with competing demands to improve service levels, reduce operations and energy costs and meet stringent regulations. At the same time, aging data centers, heterogeneous equipment, intelligent systems, high density operation, virtualization and other sophisticated technologies ratchet up the complexity of managing the physical infrastructure.

Aperture VISTA solutions enable data center managers to deliver the highest levels of reliable, efficient IT service that truly aligns with business objectives. “Aperture VISTA saves us 480 hours per month in installation and migration tasks and 20 hours per month in auditing in one data center alone. Our customers demand the best in data center management and planning. VISTA enables us to meet their needs while having complete insightinto, and control over, our environments.” said Mark Scott, head of customer data centers, Fujitsu Services

This case study shows how leading Fortune 1000 companies including Elsevier, Fujitsu, JPMorgan Chase and the National Institutes of Health rely on Aperture VISTA solutions to help them optimize data center operations, deliver better services at lower cost and reduce risk. Click here to download this case study.

About the Author

Kevin Normandeau, is a veteran of the technology publishing industry having worked at a variety of technology sites including PC World; AOL Computing; Network World; Geek.com and International Data Group (IDG). Kevin lives in Massachusetts with his wife and two sons. When he is not in front of the computer (which is most of the time) he likes to get out to ski, hike and mountain bike.