To prepare for any cyber attack and protect your digital assets, start with a simple six rules that will not require you to spend extra money on infrastructure or attract third-party organizations.
It happened! Now, for every 32 physical cores in the server, you will need a license for 1 processor socket. Bad news for AMD, but don't jump to conclusions - there's still time to buy EPYC.
What if tomorrow, due to another aggravation, you will be banned from buying Intel-based servers, and your EMC will turn into a pumpkin without technical support? There," at the top", they are considering this option, and your corporate data center should be ready to work on alternative processors today.
Think of devices that monitor production equipment in a factory, or a video camera that sends real-time recording from a remote office. As long as there is only one device, it is quite easy to transmit them over the network, but with the growth of their number, there are already problems with delays.
Amdahl's law sets a practical limit to the benefit of parallelization, so that further acceleration is possible simply by redefining the General problem in such a way as to make previously serialized operations parallelizable.
Have you always wondered how Data center operators choose and configure their equipment? Why, for example, do they install server "A" instead of "B", what do they rely on - the speed of the VM or the potential number of them in the rack, and how do they design computing power?