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These solutions utilize a different architecture and offer lower overhead than typical virtualization technologies, creating isolated and secure virtual servers on a standard Linux or Windows operating system on a single physical server.
The worldwide server systems market halted a nine-quarter decline in year-on-year growth in the second quarter of 2003 (2Q03) according to IDC's Worldwide Quarterly Server Tracker.
Senior management often views the client server environment simply as personal computers linked together.
Significant enhancements to Virtuozzo tools include a new automated workflow tool to help manage end-user requests for additional virtual servers with pre-determined configurations.
Yet they must be able to accurately restore an Exchange Server without undue effort.
Organizations are maintaining networks with multiple servers and multiple platforms in multiple sites.
HP Integrity Superdome servers running Windows and SQL Server 2005 deliver exceptional IT endurance and sustained database performance, which we believe will greatly improve our productivity and ability to respond faster to market factors.
a data disaster recovery, storage architecture, and business continuity solutions provider) predict that by the end of 2004/early 2005 servers that auto-monitor and auto-adjust for Data On-Demand requirements will be appearing frequently in larger IT shops.
Presentation Server eliminates the need for application silos, further reducing the number of servers and associated IT costs.
Backup and recovery routines will also be less manageable as disks are scattered among multiple servers.
The use of a distributed file system enables clustering of NAS servers into a single storage resource.