Issue OverviewVirtual Data Center - August 2010, Vol. 25
Stay up-to-date on the current state of software licensing in a virtual world and learn the guidelines that can help keep your organization out of trouble. Also in this issue, find out how to make the most out of hardware contracts, and separate the fact from the fallacy in cloud computing. Access >>>
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Software licensing challenges: How virtualization obscures CPU usage
by Stephen J. Bigelow, Senior Technology Editor
When it comes to software licensing, virtualization changes the game. It’s more difficult to pinpoint processors and ensure that you purchase the right number of software licenses.
How to make the most of hardware service contracts
by Greg Shields, Contributor
Identify the right amount of support for your data center to manage costs efficiently and keep servers running.
- Software licensing challenges: How virtualization obscures CPU usage by Stephen J. Bigelow, Senior Technology Editor
Five fallacies of cloud computing
by Chuck Goolsbee, Contributor
Will cloud computing replace the need for data centers? One expert discusses why cloud computing cannot serve every organization's need and why it will remain a segment of the IT market rather than take over the entire industry.
- Five fallacies of cloud computing by Chuck Goolsbee, Contributor
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