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Quantificando as vantagens do HP Server Automation

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Overview

Over the past few years, managing data center environments has become one of the most costly functions of IT. IT teams are under more pressure than ever to reduce costs and risks while delivering increasing value to the business. Virtual servers can be created with the click of a button, but they still have to be patched and maintained just as physical servers do. Because...

Over the past few years, managing data center environments has become one of the most costly functions of IT. IT teams are under more pressure than ever to reduce costs and risks while delivering increasing value to the business. Virtual servers can be created with the click of a button, but they still have to be patched and maintained just as physical servers do. Because of the economic climate and the additional strains on IT teams, companies must find ways to transform their operations, fine-tune their spending, and become more efficient.

In order to reduce labor costs, improve service quality, and accelerate IT efficiency, businesses of all sizes are increasingly turning to automation. This white paper discusses how IT organizations can capture the expertise of their best IT staff and leverage this expertise across numerous servers, server types, and data centers—and even remote locations using HP Server Automation software.

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Introduction
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HP Server Automation: multiplying server administration efficiency
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What environments are ripe for HP Server Automation?
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Departments of all sizes stand to gain
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Measuring the impact on efficiency
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Improved server-to-system-administrator ratios
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Increased efficiency
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Improved operational consistency and quality
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Reduced downtime
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Improved security
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Improved IT visibility
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Improved disaster recovery and business-continuity planning
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Efficiency gains from HP Server Automation
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Distributed script execution
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Application Deployment Management
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Measuring efficiency improvements and ROI
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Conclusion
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