Kurt Hildebrand

Kurt Hildebrand

Kurt is Director of the Data Center Practice at Connection with over 17 years of experience in storage, networking, virtualization, clustering, disaster recovery, and business consulting. He holds several professional certifications, including Citrix Certified Enterprise Administrator (CCEA), Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA), Certified Novell Engineer (CNE), EMC Certified Integration Engineer (EMCIE), Microsoft Certified System Engineer (MCSE), VMware Certified Professional (VCP). In his free time, Kurt enjoys strategy games, the outdoors, theater, and live music.
Data Center

Hyper-Converged Data Center

The increasing complexity of data centers has created numerous challenges for IT professionals trying to monitor and manage networks, servers, mobile traffic, cloud deployments, data storage, virtual machines, and other…

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Unifying Data Center and Cloud Management

As cloud models continue to evolve and proliferate, managing the network becomes an increasingly complex task. To meet their needs, many organizations are deploying not just one monolithic “cloud,” but…

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Data Center

Is a Unified Data Center Right For You?

Deciding to go with a Unified Data Center (UDC) would seem to be the easiest decision ever. UDC uses people, process, and technology to treat the information overload faced by…

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Data Center

Time to Let Go

Data centers have grown increasingly complex over the past decade as enterprise IT infrastructures have had to accommodate mobile computing, big data, cloud technology, green initiatives, and more. As any…

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Building a Better Data Center

Stanley Electric (London, OH), a leading manufacturer of exterior vehicle lighting, was running a data center that could no longer meet the company’s needs. They were still using VMware 3.5,…

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