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Proponents say server farms promote efficiency and cost savings for businesses by allowing them to outsource some of their data centers.
While server farms provide a cost-effective and powerful means to service the seemingly insatiable demand for computing resources, they do present some challenges to the administrators left with the job of managing them.
This is why we developed full automation of the design verification process based on a powerful simulation server farm manager," commented Dr.
AppSense: Improving Cerner Performance While Reducing Server Farm
Ranch Networks, provider of networking appliances designed to facilitate carrier and enterprise grade VoIP deployments, today announced the availability of its VoIP Matrix Technology(TM), the company's patent-pending clustering technique developed to increase scalability, reliability and security across Asterisk server farms.
UUHSC, which is in the process of implementing the AppSense solution, expects to reduce its Citrix server farm by 20% and increase user load on its Cerner and Epic implementations by 50%, all while improving application response time for its 12,000 users.
The new product is aimed at 64-bit Linux design verification server farms and is priced starting at less than $200 per seat.
Designed primarily for cost-sensitive small and medium business environments, Allied Telesyn offers a Gigabit switch solution for any requirement: the unmanaged desktop GS900 series, the workgroup and departmental 9424T, and the 9900 Layer 3 series with advanced QoS, for core and server farm aggregation.
It automatically customizes user application settings and synchronizes those settings throughout the server farm, so the end user experience is always the same.
The entire inNetwork(TM) application server farm (see editor's note), which supports the inContact application suite, has been replicated at two server centers, Salt Lake City and Los Angeles.
Deployments in three operating centers and 22 server farms by mid-calendar year 2003 are expected.