|Start your week right with the Data Center Download here in the Server Room! This post wraps up everything going on with the Server Room, the Cloud Builder Forum, and our Data Center Experts around the web. This is your chance to catch up on all of the blogs, podcasts, webcasts, and interesting items shared via Twitter from the previous week. This oneâ€™s a big download (nearly two weeksâ€™ worth!) so you'd better grab some coffee ðŸ˜‰|
Hereâ€™s our wrap-up of the weeks of June 6th â€“ June 17th:
In the blogs:
Billy Cox reviewed his post on Usage Models and Technology that appeared on Data Center Knowledge
Emily Hutson discussed Smart Investment for Small Business: Intel Xeon Processor E3 Family-Based Servers
Chelsea Janes gave us her notes on From Cloud Computing to Cocktails: Intel @ HP Discover 2011
Barton George gave us his POV from the Dell blog: On the ground at Cloud Expo
Ken Lloyd took a look at the human side of Unix/Mainframe migration
Wally Pereira explained the RISC to IA migration â€“ Rising to the Proof of Concept
Bruno Domingues gave us a Holistic Overview of Security for Cloud Computing
Jennifer Sanati showed us the First Server Solutions with Microsoft and Intel
Megan McQueen told us about the Power Management and Cloud Security Demos at Day in the Cloud
Broadcasted across the web:
While Intel Conversations in the Cloud took a break, Intel Chip Chat shared a bit extraâ€¦ ðŸ™‚
To start things off, Intelâ€™s Raejeanne Skillern discussed the Open Data Center Usage Models. As the development of cloud computing and data center technology advances, open standards are more necessary. Raejeanne discusses the work Intel does with the Open Data Center Alliance to drive standards and accelerate transitions to new technologies. For more of what Raejeanne has to share, check out her Industry Perspective on Data Center Knowledge.
Want to know more about the latest news from the ODCA? You can start by listening to the next episode released featuring Adrian Kunzle Managing Director and Global Head of Engineering and Architecture for JPMorgan Chase, and Open Data Center Alliance Steering Committee representative. In this episode Mr. Kunzle discusses the Customer Requirements for Clouds Delivered by the Open Data Center Alliance. In this episode, Mr. Kunzle discusses the creation of customer requirements for cloud with the Open Data Center Alliance and their expected impact in the market. For more information and news, check-in with the Open Data Center Alliance.
As for the Intel Chip Chat trifecta, Lenovoâ€™s Andrew Jeffries discusses how you can Improve IT Manageability for Small Business with Lenovo servers enabled by Intel Technologies. In this episode, Andrew discusses technologies enabling the extension and automation of remote management tools to small and medium businesses with Intel Xeon E3 technology in Lenovo servers. For more, dig into the info on Intel Xeon E3, and the new Lenovo Servers.
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