Dynamic Server Infrastructure: Design Guide

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Executive Summary

The future viability of an IT infrastructure is linked closely with the business process. A business process is typically supported by an array of applications. The purchasing department cooperates with its suppliers via a purchasing portal. Production planning transfers the purchased materials to its system. And orders from customers are processed by Sales via a customer portal. Each application is a link in a chain, with each link depending on the others. A dynamic server infrastructure addresses the needs of a modern application environment by means of a server pool concept. This pool is managed centrally. Software is not installed concretely on individual servers. Instead, the operating system and application software are provided on a central storage system.

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