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Jake Bernier - HPE Senior Partner Development Specialist

Jake Bernier

Jake is a Senior Partner Development Specialist for Hewlett Packard Enterprise at Connection and offers more than 4 years of experience as a HPE Server Accredited Technical Professional. In his spare time, enjoys boxing and spending time with his wife and two-year-old daughter.
Areas of expertise:HPEServers

Articles by Jake Bernier


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The Age of Remote Server Managing

Times Have Changed—Has Your Data Center Changed with Them?

by Jake Bernier | 11.28.16

Once upon a time, but not that long ago, data center servers were much like their own self-contained cities. Getting them to talk to one another on a reliable, sure-fire basis was akin to wizardry. And making sure they ran trouble free 24 x 7 was a constant battle. It was an age where IT professionals dreaded the sound of their pager signaling an issue—usually at two in the morning. It was an age of solder and steel, of magic blue screens, and of issues of draconic proportions that needed to be overcome. It was an age of constant vigilance.

Tags:Data CenterHPEHPE Insight ControlHPE OneViewiLOITNetworkingRemoteServersSoftwareStorageVirtualization

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All Eyes on Server Management

Single-Pane Management Pains Have a Remedy

by Jake Bernier | 09.27.16

The phrase “single pane of glass” is almost always included somewhere on the marketing slick for every piece of infrastructure management software. And the reason is obvious—because who in their right mind would choose to have IT administrators juggling multiple applications all day just to keep the lights on? As obvious as that may seem, the truth is that most data centers still require highly-specialized, on-site resources that are proficient with dozens of infrastructure technologies and the various management standards that govern each of them individually. Administrators are not looking though a single pane of glass, but rather through a kaleidoscope.

Tags:Big DataCloud ComputingHardwareHewlett Packard EnterpriseHPEITMaster Data ManagementNetworkingServersSoftwareSoftware-defined data center managementStorageVirtualizationVirtualization