datacenter manager

datacenter manager

(job)
A person who plans and directs all computer and peripheral operations, data entry, data control scheduling and quality control.

datacenter manager

A person responsible for the operation of the computer systems in the datacenter. The data entry and data control departments are under this jurisdiction.
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"The pricing model is especially attractive to us, as it better enables us to offer our clients the cost-elasticity that is central to the cloud value proposition." "By eliminating the need to buy licenses up front, removing minimum term or capacity requirements, and consolidating the most popular SKUs, the CA ARCserve MSP licensing program enables us to pay only for what we use and with minimal risk or complexity which is especially important given how much our customers' virtualized IT environments can change and how intensely competitive the service provider market has become," said Pascal Luyckx, datacenter manager at Cheops technology nv, a Belgium-based provider of systems integration and managed services.
"Since its introduction six years ago as the first vendor- neutral benchmark to measure the performance of datacenter servers used for virtualized server consolidation, SPECvirt_sc has played a central role in enabling datacenter managers to make better-informed decisions about the right configurations to meet their demands," says David Schmidt, SPEC Virtualization subcommittee chair.
Datacenter managers can expect increased productivity and longevity while saving on their power bill.
Multiple configurations of the NX-7110 are available so datacenter managers can precisely meet the virtual desktop needs of specific user groups within their organizations.
For datacenter managers, the threat of loss is a constant concern--whether it's damage to racks and hardware such as servers, switches, and routers, or the loss or corruption of data.
The cloud storage survey, performed by Storage Strategies NOW (SSG-NOW) and co-sponsored by the Storage Networking Industry association was answered by more than 2000 datacenter managers, IT professionals, and end users who had attended the Storage Networking World trade shows in the past three years.
"We foresee that demand for this type of software is likely to increase in the coming years as datacenter managers are faced with an array of challenges.
Datacenter managers approve of Apple's Xserve reliability and versatility as a virtualization platform.
"In the current economic environment, datacenter managers are under more pressure than ever to reduce costs without compromising the latest features or performance," said Dr Gaith Kadir, general manager Middle East and North Africa, AMD.
Rising utility rates and escalating computing requirements are creating new power and thermal challenges for datacenter managers. Today's high-density rack and blade servers bring these issues into especially sharp focus.