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Opscode Names Barry Crist as CEO

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Opscode, which makes infrastructure automation tools, said today that Barry Crist has been appointed as CEO and Chairman of the company’s Board of Directors. He succeeds Mitch Hill, who is stepping down to address a personal health issue. Read More

Schneider Electric’s DCIM Tool Leverages Intel for Remote KVM

Schneider Electric, a French company and global specialist in energy management, offered the opportunity to see demos of its products.

Energy management specialist Schneider Electric has updated its Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) software to provides server access without the need for additional hardware. The company worked with Intel’s recent Virtual Gateway technology for the new product module in its StruxureWare software. Read More

Splunk Boosts Visibility For VMware 3.0 Environments

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Splunk updates its application for VMware 3.0, NaviSite launches a Director IaaS platform support VMware vCloud Director, FalconStor enhances its storage solutions for VMware environments, and HotLink launches a VMware disaster recovery offering to Amazon Web Services. Read More

IO Conducts PUE Faceoff: Modular vs. Raised Floor

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Which delivers the best energy efficiency: raised-floor space or a modular data center? It’s a hard question to answer in a satisfying fashion without comparing apples and oranges. IO has compared the PUE performance of both models within a single facility. Read More

Enterprise Chef Reflects Expanding Vision for Opscode

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Infrastructure management specialist Opscode has realigned its offerings to reflect the company’s growing focus on enterprise customers. The Seattle company today announced Enterprise Chef, a single brand that includes both the hosted and on-premises version of Chef software. 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

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