Inside IT: Simplifying Private Cloud Capacity Management

August 2nd, 2016 | | 7:05
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IT Best Practices: Episode 99 – As clients have come to rely more and more on the private cloud in the enterprise, Intel IT has worked to simplify capacity management for its private cloud. The result has been an increase in the number of virtual machines, while at the same time a reduction in the private cloud host server footprint and cost per VM. Working at the forefront of this simplification is Jon Peterson, Cloud Capacity Manager for Intel IT. In this podcast Peterson discusses the transition to the private cloud, the best practices for management of the private cloud, and the metrics for measuring success of a capacity management program.

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