Data Center Outlook 2014 Research Report

Codeguru is a part of the Developer.com Network, which in turn is a part of QuinStreet. Recently QuinStreet has been doing research into a number of technology areas you might find interesting. The most recent research area was around data centers. If you are working with a data center or interested in the IT Pro technology around data centers, then you might be interested in checking out our results.

The report is: 2014 Data Center Outlook: Data Center Transformation - Where Is Your Enterprise?

If you’ve registered with QuinStreet via the main Codeguru site, then this should be a simple download. If not, then you’ll be asked to register to download the full report.

Some of the charts in the report include:

  • Data Center Modernization Status
  • Data Center Modernization Benefits
  • Data Center Modernization Challenges
  • Data Center Technology Deployment
  • Percentage of Data Centers Virtualized
  • Storage Technology Deployment
  • SDN Deployment Options
  • Converged Infrastructure Deployment Options
  • Data Center Brand Considerations
  • And many more

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