"Cloud and Virtual Data Storage Networking" and "The Green and Virtual Data Center" Added to Intel-Recommended Reading List for Developers
Storage IO Founder Greg Schulz Shares Innovative Ways for Enabling Efficient, Resilient, Agile, Cost-Effective and Productive Data Infrastructure and Computing Environments
STILLWATER, Minn., July 11, 2012 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Server and Storage IO Group (www.storageio.com), a leading independent IT industry analyst advisory and consultancy firm, with publisher CRC Press, a Taylor and Francis imprint, and Intel today announced that the books "Cloud and Virtual Data Storage Networking" and "The Green and Virtual Data Center" by noted author and StorageIO founder Greg Schulz are on the Intel-Recommended Reading for Developers list. Both books focus on the idea that IT infrastructure resources (servers, storage, networks, facilities, software, tools and management processes) configured and deployed along with virtualization and cloud-based approaches (public, private or hybrid), that can be leveraged for implementing scalable, resilient, flexible, cost-effective and delivery of IT services on a public, private, legacy or hybrid basis.
"The Green and Virtual Data Center" and "Cloud and Virtual Data Storage Networking" addresses multiple technology domains and disciplines. These books look at strategy options, design and implementation tradeoffs using various best practices and technologies to sustain application and business growth in tough economic times while maintaining and enhance service level experiences. Some of the topics covered include:
- Energy and data footprint reductions (storage optimization)
- Cloud-based storage and computing (public, private and hybrid)
- Server, storage, and networking virtualization (life beyond consolidation)
- Solid state device (SSD), PCIe and related server and storage IO networking topics
- Modernizing data protection (rethinking when, where, and how often data is protected)
- Management tools, strategies, techniques and technologies
"The New Enterprise Tech Bible" - Greg Knieriemen of Speaking in Tech podcast
"Greg's latest book is the ibuprofen that will make these cloud computing information overload headaches go away. Cloud and Virtual Data Storage Networking is the single source you can read to get a clear understanding of the fundamentals of the cloud." - Stephen Guendert, PhD - CMG MeasureIT.
About Cloud and Virtual Data Storage Networking has 370 pages, with more than 100 figures and tables, 15 chapters plus appendices, as well as a glossary. The book is available in English; hard cover copy and various electronic format versions. ISBN-10: 1420086669, ISBN-13: 978-1420086669.
About The Green and Virtual Data Center has 376 pages, with more than 100 figures and tables, 11 chapters plus appendices, as well as a glossary. The book is available in both English and Chinese translations, hard cover copy and various electronic format versions. ISBN-10: 1439851735, ISBN-13: 9781439851739.
Learn more about Cloud and Virtual Data Storage Networking, The Green and Virtual Data Center and other books by StorageIO founder Greg Schulz at http://storageio.com/books.
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About the Author
Greg Schulz is the founder of the IT industry advisory and consultancy firm Server and Storage IO. Along with his extensive expertise in data center strategies, operation and infrastructure technologies, Schulz have a background in electric power utilities, having worked at a regional energy generating and transmission company. With an insightful and thought-provoking style, Schulz is also author of the SNIA endorsed book Resilient Storage Networks" (Elsevier) as well as top ranked blogger at www.StorageIOblog.com. Follow Mr. Schulz on at twitter @storageio.
About Intel Recommend Reading List
The Intel Recommended Reading list is a valuable resource for technical professionals who want to explore topics such as software threading, wireless technologies, power management, and more. These books are produced by leading publishers around the world. This is the most comprehensive reading list available for professional computer developers. Dozens of industry technologists, corporate fellows, and engineers have helped by suggesting books and reviewing the list. For additional information about the Intel recommended reading for developers list contact Mary Taylor at Maryx.firstname.lastname@example.org and visit www.intel.com/technology/rr/.
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