Data Center Migration: 4 Models for IT Integration

May 25th, 2007 |
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With many data centers built more than a decade ago, facilities no longer fit current and future requirements from a business perspective. In addition, security requirements have evolved exponentially along with capacity issues like power and space shortages. Join BearingPoint Senior Manager and Technologist Gabe Leung, as he explores four major IT integration models that companies adopt as they undergo data center migration projects.

Complex and integrated by nature, data center migrations depend on the business objective of the migration. But the transition steps are crucial, starting with realistic expectations of the time needed to execute such a migration. The lifecycle is divided into 4 phases – each critical to success. Time, details and money each factor in to the equation as well and bring their own barriers to the situation.

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