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Data centers everywhere face ongoing demands for higher performance and greater efficiency. Cost-efficiency is a primary concern as IT managers seek to enhance performance while reducing overhead and these managers must also find ways to constantly improve performance for complex applications. Every aspect of data center infrastructure plays a role in performance, including the speed and number of CPUs, the amount of memory available, the size and performance of storage systems, and the speed and efficiency of the network connecting them. High-demand applications rely on clustered computers to distribute the processing load across multiple CPUs. But while CPU performance, memory, storage, and connectivity all contribute to higher performance across a cluster, the most constrained piece of the infrastructure will always limit total performance.
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