• Solid-State Storage Comes to VDI's Rescue

    Published: August 3, 2012
    Author: Arthur Cole of IT Business Edge

    The recent partnership between VMware, Atlantis Computing and GlassHouse Technologies provides a storage-less virtual desktop environment. Read the article to learn more about how Stateless Reference Architecture from GlassHouse can lower costs and improve performance of VDI deployments.

  • GlassHouse Simplifies VDI Performance Via New Stateless Reference Architecture

    Published: July 27, 2012
    Author: Calvin Azuri of TMCnet

    GlassHouse Technologies recently announced that it has developed a new Stateless Reference Architecture to ensure simplified VMware View deployments. Read this article to learn more about implementing this reference architecture with VMware View 5 and Atlantis ILIO Diskless VDI to lower the cost per desktop by eliminating storage, and to create a better-than-physical-user experience.

  • Real world Cloud deployment for people in glasshouses

    Published: July 3, 2012
    Author: Martin Banks of Business Cloud9

    Read this article to explore GlassHouse’s Accelerated Cloud Enablement (ACE) - and the possibility of deploying a fully operational private cloud in around 45 days

  • Cost Allocation In The Cloud

    Published: July 2, 2012
    Author: Jay Seaton for Cloud Computing 365

    As the hype surrounding cloud computing begins to level out, the focus for businesses is no longer just on the flexibility and scalability of a cloud-based service but how to measure the effectiveness of such solutions, including ROI and service improvement. Read more now.

  • Network World: Products of the Week 7.2.12

    Published: June 28, 2012
    Author: Network World

    GlassHouse’s Accelerated Cloud Enablement (ACE) was named to Network World's Top Products of the Week. ACE provides a fully-operational private cloud within 45 days, including cloud management, service catalog, auto-provisioning and chargeback, and life-cycle management, designed to meet defined business objectives. Read more now.

  • New eBay renewable energy datacentre will create a ‘domino effect’ amongst competing commerce sites

    Published: June 26, 2012
    Author: Data Centre Solutions

    Learn how eBay's recent initiative to build the next phase of their datacentre using renewable energy could inspire other online retailers to assess their current data storage strategies and consider renewable energy as a means of improving energy efficiency and ROI.

  • Solving Virtualization's Storage Problems

    Published: June 25, 2012
    Author: John Zyskowski of Federal Computer Week

    The storage challenges associated with virtualization can negatively affect performance and cost advantages that have been realized by your organization. Read this article to learn how to achieve a shareable, more flexible storage infrastructure that is better able to accommodate the demands of virtualization.

  • Survival guide: Do's and don'ts for next-gen IT

    Published: June 21, 2012
    Author: Dan Tynan of InfoWorld

    IT departments that wish to stay relevant in a BYOD and cloud-based world will need to redefine themselves as service providers. Read this article to learn about the the key do's and don'ts for evolving your IT organization to meet today's changing tech landscape.

  • Four Reasons Private Cloud Adoption Initiatives Fail

    Published: June 14, 2012
    Author: Ericka Chickowski of Network Computing

    While it may make sense to get a private cloud up and running as fast as technologically possible, technology is just a small consideration compared with user needs and business culture demands. Read this article to learn more about the 4 primary pitfalls a company can fall into when deploying a private cloud.

  • The Essence of Cloud

    Published: November 12, 2011
    Author: Dick Benton, GlassHouse principal consultant

    Cloud computing is essentially a deployment model that sets a new paradigm for how services are selected, provided and billed. So, what makes the cloud deployment model different from other deployment models? Quite simply, the cloud is defined by three main components and technologies.

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