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Enterprise Computing 4 Pillars – Billing for Tiered Storage

This is a series of posts covering Storage Management.  Previous related posts: Enterprise Computing: 4 Pillars – Service: Chargeback Enterprise Computing: 4 Pillars – Service: More On Chargeback With relatively simple storage arrays, the process of charging for utilisation is a straightforward one.  For instance, in an array that has all the same disk types, usage can be charged by ... Read More »

Enterprise Computing: 4 Pillars – Service: More On Chargeback

This is a series of posts covering the subject of Storage Management.  Previous posts: The Four Pillars of Storage Management Four Pillars: Service Four Pillars: The Service Catalogue Four Pillars – Service: Chargeback In the previous article I discussed the subject of Billing and Chargeback.  This entry discusses some of the issues raised in that post as additional considerations. Chargeback and Standards ... Read More »

Enterprise Computing: 4 Pillars – Service: Chargeback

This is a series of posts covering the subject of Storage Management.  Previous posts: The Four Pillars of Storage Management Four Pillars: Service Four Pillars: The Service Catalogue In any system, resources are finite.  There is always a limitation to what is available.  However there’s also a truism that states if resources are free then they will be consumed at an ... Read More »

Enterprise Computing: 4 Pillars – Service

This is a series of posts covering the subject of Storage Management.  In this post, I’ll be discussing one of the four foundations, Service and what exactly that means. My Four Pillars of Storage Management are defined in this initial post.    To recap, I define Service as: “Offering of services to business customers via a service catalog and measuring ... Read More »