Server sizing and selection is a critical element of Intel IT’s enterprise resource planning (ERP) infrastructure strategy, which makes use of both two-socket and four-socket servers. Under-sizing servers may result in the need for mid-life server refresh, which can result in significant disruption to business operations, added logistical complexity, and increased total cost of ownership. Analysis shows that four-socket servers may be preferable in a number of situations.
Running the data center service like a factory
The Benefits of Data Center Optimization
Benefits a Data Center Refresh Can Deliver
Intel IT’s tiered approach to storage.
Intel IT, NYSE Euronext discuss implication of Intel® Xeon® processors to data centers and businesses.
Follow the stages of scalability from modular pod manager to efficient configurable network fabric.