White Papers by Topic: Systems management

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Innovation Through End-to-End Unified Networking Solutions

Discover how HP helps midsize businesses easily handle growth, decrease operational costs, protect data and deliver ROI with a converged infrastructure and advanced applications.

Four Promising Alternatives to the Lead Acid Battery

This white paper will explore the strengths, weaknesses and future prospects of four such technologies: Flywheels, ultracapacitors, fuel cells and lithium ion batteries.

No Harmony in Harmonics

As the number of harmonics-producing loads has increased over the years, it has become increasingly necessary to address their influence when making any additions or changes to an installation. Read this whitepaper to learn more about the common causes, implications and resolutions for problematic harmonic distortion in your electrical system.

Smarter System Development

A systems engineering trade study to support green initiatives with model-driven development.

Systems development in the twenty-first century: delivering business value by connecting people, processes and tools

The complexity of smarter products—which comprise an interconnected network of systems, software and hardware—makes development projects more complex and presents management and quality challenges. Poorly managed projects can decimate budgets and schedules, and poor-quality products can diminish brand equity and ruin customer confidence and relationships with those customers.

SharePoint and ECM Working Together

The rapid adoption of Microsoft SharePoint has created confusion in many organizations as regards to their future strategy for information management, particularly those with existing and established ECM, BPM and Records Management (RM) systems. There are a number of alternative strategies that acknowledge the strengths of SharePoint for collaboration and Enterprise 2.0, whilst utilizing traditional ECM and BPM suites for secure repositories and industry optimized business processes. In this report, we have measured the current thinking amongst the AIIM user-community as regards where to use SharePoint and where to use ECM suites. We do not focus on comparing feature-sets, but more consider the enterprise implications of different SharePoint and ECM strategies, and how to combine the best of the two product types.

No Harmony in Harmonics

Harmonic currents generated by non-linear electronic loads increase power system heat losses and power bills for end users. These harmonic-related losses reduce system efficiency, cause apparatus overheating, and increase power and air conditioning costs. Read this whitepaper to learn more about the common causes, implications and resolutions for problematic harmonic distortion in your electrical system.

Network Operating System Evolution

This paper discusses the requirements and challenges inherent in the design of a carrier-class network operating system (OS). Key facets of Juniper Networks® JUNOS® Software, Juniper's network operating system, are used to illustrate the evolution of OS design and underscore the relationship between functionality and architectural decisions.

Continuous Systems, Nonstop Operations With Junos Software

High availability (HA) represents one of the most difficult challenges facing today's high-performance networks. Juniper calls its approach to HA "continuous systems". Learn more.

Advancing the Economics of Networking

Aging network systems and old habits have dictated how businesses spend their IT budgets. Juniper Networks® proposes to change this economic model by delivering a new family of solutions that reduce capital and operational expenses, freeing up IT budget dollars and allowing businesses to invest in innovative technologies

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