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Intel Data Center Solutions

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  • When the Clouds Part: How to manage mixed data center environments
    When the Clouds Part: How to manage mixed data center environments Noel John, Software Sales Manager and Dror Shenkar, Chief Architect Recorded: Feb 7 2018 51 mins
    Does the shift from on-premise, private clouds to co-location and public/hybrid clouds demand more visibility and operational control than you think you can deliver? Fortunately, data center management tools keep a vigil on power, thermal consumption, server health, and utilization, allowing better control no matter your cloud’s shape. In this session, learn how DCM enables real-time monitoring and precise management to lower operational costs and optimize infrastructure for today even as you’re forecasting for tomorrow.
  • The [SMART] & Modern Highly-Efficient Data Center
    The [SMART] & Modern Highly-Efficient Data Center Stewart Dale, Sr. Application Engineer, Intel Data Center Management Solutions, and Dr. Rene Meyer, AMAX Recorded: Jan 16 2018 53 mins
    AMAX's [SMART]DC Data Center Manager is the premier out-of-band DCIM solution for the modern heterogeneous data centers, to optimize efficiency and manageability while reducing operational costs and resource underutilization.

    This webinar will cover:

    •The Next Generation of Data Centers: High Efficiency Meets Scalability
    •Streamline Heterogeneous Data Center Management with [SMART]DC
    •Incorporate GPU platforms Seamlessly as Your Data Center Upgrades
    •Achieve up to 30% in Power Savings for Your Infrastructure
    •Minimize Operational Disruptions and Protect Hardware Investment
    •How You Can Start Today
  • Intel's Data Center IT Agility and Control
    Intel's Data Center IT Agility and Control Noel John BDM, Intel Data Center Management Solutions - Dror Shenkar, Chief Architect, Intel Data Center Management Solutions Recorded: Dec 11 2017 39 mins
    A rapid rate of change complicates every facet of datacenter management, and server-centric compute models are too cumbersome for today’s highly variable workloads. Is it possible to optimize resources and operations in such dynamic environments? In this presentation, learn how to replace manual, hardware-defined application provisioning and management with a highly automated, software-defined resource model and orchestration layer that enables flexibility, simplified on-demand capital efficiency, and lower TCO. Find out how to compose more agile pools of datacenter resources, and simultaneously drive up IT efficiency, optimize energy requirements, increase datacenter resilience, and strengthen disaster recovery plans.
  • Take Control of Your Data Center Power & Server Health
    Take Control of Your Data Center Power & Server Health Russ Sprunger, Senior BDM, Intel and Jason Sherman, Engineering and Support Manager, Graphical Networks Recorded: Nov 30 2017 49 mins
    You’re constantly making decisions based on power consumption. How much power is each rack using...and which piece of equipment goes where? You’re dealing with power and cooling costs that are going up...not down. You’re spending money and time on server failures you simply couldn’t see coming.

    Data center managers face a common problem: too many assets, too little time, and not enough information that’s easy to access and act upon. You’ve got many different pieces...in many different places.

    With DCIM paired with Environmental Monitoring software, you have one centralized repository from which you can easily pull up the information you need to put all the pieces together, take action, and gain control.

    In this webinar with Graphical Networks & Intel DCM, you’ll learn how you can:

    Stay on top of server health and make necessary changes before failures occur.
    Find your zombies servers and kick them to the curb.
    Lower your power and cooling costs by as much as 30%.
    Easily access and organize your data center info from one central place.

    Stop fielding power costs (and preventable server failures) and say adios to all the related headaches and hassle. Substantially lower costs, keep everything chugging along smoothly, and get more out of your time, money, and hard work...and watch the software pay for itself in the first year alone.
  • Intel's Data Center IT Agility and Control
    Intel's Data Center IT Agility and Control Ajay Garg, Senior Director & George Clement, Senior Application Engineer, Intel Data Center Management Solutions Recorded: Nov 29 2017 55 mins
    A rapid rate of change complicates every facet of datacenter management, and server-centric compute models are too cumbersome for today’s highly variable workloads. Is it possible to optimize resources and operations in such dynamic environments? In this presentation, learn how to replace manual, hardware-defined application provisioning and management with a highly automated, software-defined resource model and orchestration layer that enables flexibility, simplified on-demand capital efficiency, and lower TCO. Find out how to compose more agile pools of datacenter resources, and simultaneously drive up IT efficiency, optimize energy requirements, increase datacenter resilience, and strengthen disaster recovery plans.
  • Intel's Data Center Game Changer
    Intel's Data Center Game Changer Ofer Lior BDM, Intel Data Center Management Solutions - Dror Shenkar, Chief Architect, Intel Data Center Management Solutions Recorded: Nov 23 2017 49 mins
    A rapid rate of change complicates every facet of datacenter management, and server-centric compute models are too cumbersome for today’s highly variable workloads. Is it possible to optimize resources and operations in such dynamic environments? In this presentation, learn how to replace manual, hardware-defined application provisioning and management with a highly automated, software-defined resource model and orchestration layer that enables flexibility, simplified on-demand capital efficiency, and lower TCO. Find out how to compose more agile pools of datacenter resources, and simultaneously drive up IT efficiency, optimize energy requirements, increase datacenter resilience, and strengthen disaster recovery plans.
  • Intel's Data Center Game Changer
    Intel's Data Center Game Changer Russ Sprunger, Senior BDM and George Clement, Senior Application Engineer, Intel Data Center Management Solutions Recorded: Nov 8 2017 52 mins
    A rapid rate of change complicates every facet of datacenter management, and server-centric compute models are too cumbersome for today’s highly variable workloads. Is it possible to optimize resources and operations in such dynamic environments? In this presentation, learn how to replace manual, hardware-defined application provisioning and management with a highly automated, software-defined resource model and orchestration layer that enables flexibility, simplified on-demand capital efficiency, and lower TCO. Find out how to compose more agile pools of datacenter resources, and simultaneously drive up IT efficiency, optimize energy requirements, increase datacenter resilience, and strengthen disaster recovery plans.
  • Centro de Datos. Agilidad y Control de TI
    Centro de Datos. Agilidad y Control de TI Roger Garcia Villajuana Gerente de Ventas SW Intel LAR and Ernesto Cuellar, Director General, TKmE Recorded: Oct 5 2017 60 mins
    Una rápida evolución de la tecnología complica cada aspecto de la gestión del centro de datos y los modelos de cómputo basados en el servidor son demasiado complejos para las cargas de trabajo altamente variables de hoy en día.

    ¿Es posible optimizar recursos y operaciones en entornos dinámicos?

    En esta presentación, aprenda cómo reemplazar el aprovisionamiento y la gestión de aplicaciones manuales y definidas por hardware con un modelo de recursos y una capa de orquestación altamente automatizados y definidos por software que permiten flexibilidad, hacer más eficiente el uso de capital en un esquema bajo demanda y un menor TCO. Descubra cómo agrupar de manera más ágil los recursos de centro de datos, y a la vez, aumentar la eficiencia de TI, optimizar los requerimientos de energía, aumentar la flexibilidad del centro de datos y fortalecer los planes de recuperación de desastres.
  • Join Intel and Dell EMC to learn about Dell OpenManage Power Center
    Join Intel and Dell EMC to learn about Dell OpenManage Power Center Lori Mathews, Product Manager Dell OpenManage Power Center & Derek Collier, OEM Marketing Manager Intel DCM Recorded: Sep 13 2017 60 mins
    There is an increasing need to manage the data center environment, given new workloads and increasing demands for efficiency. Hear how Dell EMC is driving energy efficiency into the data center with its leading hardware and software solutions.

    Learn about the latest updates to Dell OpenManage Power Center, which is available now to help manage and reduce risk in the datacenter environment. The webinar will cover key uses and features of Dell OpenManage Power Center and how you can deploy this tool to improve your operational control.
  • Lenovo and Intel discuss how to make your data center more efficient
    Lenovo and Intel discuss how to make your data center more efficient Jeff Klaus General Manager, Intel Data Center Solutions - Chuck Weber Product Manager, Lenovo Enterprise Business Group Recorded: Jul 27 2017 57 mins
    Lenovo XClarityTM Energy Manager helps you reduce the cost of powering your data center. XClarity Energy Manager is an easy to use application that analyzes and controls power consumption and temperature for groups of servers. By analyzing power and temperature data, XClarity Energy Manager helps data center administrators establish policy-based control over data center energy optimization goals which can improve business continuity and energy efficiency. Join us to see how this this application improves operation processes by:

    •Monitoring energy consumption, estimating the power demand, and reallocating power to servers as needed.
    •Monitoring the temperature and cooling capacity of servers and datacenter spaces.
    •Sending notifications when certain events occur or when thresholds are exceeded.
    •Limiting the amount of energy that an endpoint or a group consumes using policies.
    •Optimizing energy efficiency by monitoring real-time inlet temperatures, identifying low-usage servers based on out-of-band power data, measuring power ranges for different server models, and evaluating how servers accommodate new workloads based on the availability of resources.
    •Reducing the power consumption to a minimum level to prolong service time during an emergency power event (such as a data-center power failure).

    Presenters
    Jeff Klaus
    General Manager, Intel Data Center Solutions
    Chuck Weber
    Product Manager, Lenovo Data Center Group
    George Clement
    Senior Application Engineer, Intel Data Center Solutions

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