Data Center Optimization

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Data center optimization is a method to enhance the overall performance of an organization’s datacenter capabilities through the implementation of various IT strategies including server consolidation, server virtualization and service oriented architecture (SOA).

Implementing data center optimization to your business not only improves processing efficiency, network availability, business scalability, and decreases excess expenditure, but also better suiting itself for the challenges of functioning in a global business environment. By the optimum usage of resources (hardware and software) and efficiency, your business will have the ability and flexibility to grow. It’s very common that many data centers have under-utilized servers performing business IT functions. The processes on these servers can be consolidated into fewer servers without affecting the performance, and save on the expenses incurred out of running additional servers. Within consolidated servers, the process of virtualization can also be achieved by dividing single server into multiple virtual slices which can be used to perform the tasks of multiple servers.


1. Server Colocation