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Tri-Paragon’s Managing Data Center Capacities

What is Managing Data Center Capacities?

Being unable to deploy critical infrastructure as required is not an option.

Data Center component capacities focuses on those components which, if not carefully monitored, can cause delays in provisioning for new applications. This blog is not all-encompassing but addresses those components where the author has experienced capacity problems in the past. This is especially true where the organization is fragmented and effective communication between the organizations responsible for the various components within the data center is required to avoid issues. For example, where the network accountability rests outside of the IT organization potential communication problems may arise. This could lead to an inadequate number of network ports required to deploy a server which now must sit idle until additional ports can be provisioned. This could also delay the deployment of a critical application. To avoid this sort of complication, the capacity management team should monitor the capacity of all components within the data center thus keeping the accountability in one place.

Tri-Paragon’s Disaster Recovery Assessment Program

Disaster Recovery is the process, policies and procedures an organization uses to prepare for recovery or the continuation of the operation of their IT Assets (applications, software, data, and/or technology infrastructure, including the data center facilities) that are needed to resume the performance of normal business functions after the event of either a disaster or an outage resulting from a technology or data center failure.

Data Center Consolidation and how it benefits your organization

Data Center consolidation is an organization’s strategy to reduce IT assets by using more efficient technologies. It is the converging of a Data Center infrastructure in order to either:
1.Reduce the number of devices in a single Data Center, or
2. Reduce the global footprint with fewer Data Centers and locations to manage, for example 4 down to 2.
So why should a company consider Data Center consolidation?