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Shifting Workloads and the Server Evolution

Webinar Published By: HP
HP
Published:  Sep 08, 2014
Type:  Webinar

Every ten to fifteen years, the types of workloads servers host swiftly shift. This happened with the first single-mission mainframes and today, as disruptive technologies appear in the form of big data, cloud, mobility and security. When such a shift occurs, legacy servers rapidly become obsolete, dragging down enterprise productivity and agility. Fortunately, each new server shift also brings its own suite of enabling technologies, which deliver new economies of scale and entire new computational approaches.

In this interview, long-time IT technologist Mel Beckman talks to HP Server CTO for ISS Americas Tim Golden about his take on the latest server shift, innovative enabling technologies such as software-defined everything, and the benefit of a unified management architecture. Tim discusses key new compute technologies such as HP Moonshot, HP BladeSystem, HP OneView and HP Apollo, as well as the superiority of open standards over proprietary architectures for scalable, cost-effective servers. You'll learn about the latest industry trends and the challenges customers are talking about.

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Sponsored by: HP BladeSystem c7000 Platinum enclosure powered by the Intel®Xeon® processor E5-2600 v2 series



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servers, innovative, management, mobility, security, computational, technologies, mainframes, cloud, productivity, workloads, big data