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This article is part of the September 2010, Vol. 26 issue of Updating business applications for a virtual environment
If you ask IT professionals about their jobs, you'll probably hear tales of server problems, network limitations and storage shortages. But in the midst of all that activity, you'll rarely hear an IT professional talk about the business applications that allow a company to function and generate revenue from day to day—or the application updates the data center might need. Application development needs the same consideration and attention as any hardware platform and should be evolving and improving as business needs and the data center environment allows. More on applications in virtual environments Business managers, IT share application performance management burden Applications interfere with cloud computing adoption VDI isn’t the only factor to consider for application delivery The economics of application development in the cloud When new platforms or technologies appear, such as virtualization, administrators must consider the impact on business applications and drive the application development efforts that will keep their businesses competitive. ... Access >>>
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How virtualization drives business application updates
by Stephen J. Bigelow, Senior Technology Editor
Business applications shouldn’t be left out in the cold. Every once in a while, you need application updates to keep your company and data center performance in tip-top shape.
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- How virtualization drives business application updates by Stephen J. Bigelow, Senior Technology Editor
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