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On Demand On September 15th Reg Broadcast Editor Tim Phillips was joined by Reg reader and Inframon founder Gordon McKenna to talk about four ways in which you can manage the datacentre on your terms.

Freeform Dynamics’ Dr. Stats’ aka Tony Lock and Microsoft’s Lucas Searle joined the panel for this event and addressed some of your biggest challenges when it comes to delivering value to your business using the dat acentre.

Show Notes

While delving into a more pragmatic approach to key data centre challenges they looked at:

  • Methods for managing your business apps.
  • Managing cross-platform environments from the metal up.
  • How to assure application performance.
  • How you accommodate internal and external cloud services.

On top of this Gordon provided real demo action by showing you how to get in-depth control on your data centre using Microsoft System Center 2012, which added another layer to the advice and experiences shared by our expert panel.

This Regcast is now available On Demand here. ®

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