Author Archives: Bill Kleyman

About Bill Kleyman

Bill Kleyman is a veteran, enthusiastic technologist with experience in data center design, management and deployment. His architecture work includes virtualization and cloud deployments as well as business network design and implementation. Currently, Bill works as the National Director of Strategy and Innovation at MTM Technologies, a Stamford, CT based consulting firm.

Learn How to Extend the Life of Your Data Center

Data Center Knowledge readers in July enjoyed our stories that included numbers - the number of servers at Microsoft and investment numbers from Google.

Planning an extension to the life of a data center that appears to be out of cooling and power is not merely a matter of eliminating hot spots and recapturing stranded capacity to supply a static environment. Learn how to effectively extend the life of your data center with intelligent containment in this white paper from Chatsworth Products. Read More

Cut Datacenter Costs and Complexity by Unifying and Simplifying DCIM

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New technologies are literally being born within the datacenter. New applications, workloads and service models are all being driven from the data center down to the end-user. As more organizations digitize their environments, the push for scalable and efficiency data center services will only continue to grow. Let’s face facts,… Read More

The Elastic Cloud: Leading Cloud Stacks Shape API Conversations

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 APIs (Application Programming Interfaces) and stack-based delivery models are a vital part of the cloud process. Why? They help create direct cloud computing connections, and are pushing towards a more agnostic cloud platform. Bill Kleyman looks at APIs in the major cloud stacks: CloudStack, OpenStack and Eucalyptus. Read More

Defining the New Data Center Operating System

The IO.OS data center management software running inside one of IO's modular data centers. IO this week updated the software to offer additional features. (Photo: IO)

The abstraction of the hardware layer within the data center means we are able to utilize new types of controls around our data center. New technologies are being deployed within the data center at a very fast pace. Bill Kleyman looks at how the future data center environment will be managed. Read More

New Tools Are Simplifying Backup and Replication

The evolution of cloud computing may include a new concept, the personal cloud, which is correlated to a user, rather than an enterprise.

Creating a truly distributed environment isn’t always easy. Fortunately, increased hardware performance and more bandwidth availability make creating such an environment a clear possibility. Bill Kleyman looks at the tools and strategies you’ll need to make it work. Read More