White Paper: Crystal Group
Information Systems engineered for the tactical community are unique to those designed for fixed datacenters environments and shore commands.
The tactical community has a unique requirement to deliver enterprise-class network capabilities to the war-fighter, while managing resources within a highly-constrained space, weight and power envelope.
This whitepaper provides insights on the evaluation and implementation of the EMC and rugged-based software-defined and converged infrastructure into tactical environments and associated programs of record.
The purposes of this whitepaper are:
To demonstrate a hyper-converged architecture based on EMC software-defined storage solutions and a rugged hardware
To meet the challenges of implementing enterprise services within a virtualized environment in tactical environments and networks
To meet, exceed, and solve the challenges with space, weight, and power (SWaP) for the long-term
Hyper Converged Infrastructures (HCI) brings non-disruptive scaling, reduced complexity, and other benefits, but it requires a stronger data-protection strategy because hyper convergence brings new vulnerabilities. Hyper converged systems are a perfect target-one unique system to encrypt with a built-in replication to spread the malware. For smaller companies with relatively few virtual machines (VMs), a Hyper Converged Infrastructure solution may be the only architecture their data center needs, providing the ultimate simplification. Some critical applications can also be hosted on an HCI, but designing an HCI to meet performance service-level agreements (SLAs) might be challenging compared to designing a more traditional infrastructure. This whitepaper provides insights on data protection basics and its role in Hyper Converged Infrastructure projects. It also explains about how designing an HCI to meet performance service-level agreements (SLAs) might be challenging. From virtualized to hyper converged environments- Understand data protection basics and implications in these environments Hyper convergence- New Threats: Understand Data Protection and the Implications in an HCI How to choose the right approach for your hyper converged environments Array-Based Snapshots Are Not Backups
By: Service Objects
Collecting visitor and customer data through a variety of channels allows you to quickly grow your contact list. However, receiving high quality data isn’t necessarily a given. Whatever your touch points are with customers or prospects – including customer data, contest entry forms, phone surveys, lead generation and point of sale interactions – some data will be inaccurate, incomplete, or fraudulent. So how can your company avoid the challenges associated with bad data? Download this white paper and learn how to identify areas that could benefit from improved data quality, realign your data quality goals to improve your bottom line, optimize your human capital and even help the environment.
What is Storage ?
Computer data storage often known as storage or memory is a technological process through which digital data is stored on a storage device, and recorded for an indefinite period of time. A storage device is a core function and fundamental component of any computer which holds the data and information temporarily or permanently; and it can also be external to a computer, server or any computing device.
What is Data Center ?
A Data center is a combination of computer, server and networking systems which typically involve storing, processing and serving large amounts of critical data in to clients server. Data centers are the brain of a company so they cannot be defined by their physical size or style. It always requires backup power supply systems, cooling systems, redundant networking connections and policy-based security systems for running the organizations core applications.