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CMG is a not-for-profit, worldwide organization of IT professionals committed to sharing information and best practices focused on ensuring the efficiency and scalability of IT service delivery to the enterprise through measurement, quantitative analysis and forecasting.

 CMG Journal is Back!

After a two year hiatus, CMG is pleased to announce the return of CMG’s flagship publication, the CMG Journal.  The new and improved CMG Journal will be making its debut in March with a first ever, and very special “Best of CMG” Journal.  This special issue will contain five of the best papers from among the CMG International Conference Best Paper winners, and Mullen winners from the past several years.  The CMG Journal will be published quarterly, and we are looking for high quality papers to include in future issues starting with June 2017. Former CMG Publications Director and longtime CMG Journal editor Steve Guendert is returning as lead editor.  Please submit ideas/paper abstracts and actual papers for consideration to cmgjournal@cmg.org.

 

The CMG Journal homepage is located here.

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CMG Webinar Series:

 Date: April 18, 1:00 - 2:00 PM EDT

Sponsored by: Cirba

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As organizations move to host their application workloads across private, public and hybrid clouds, the question of where to host workloads, what kind of infrastructure resource is required, and how much to buy is rapidly becoming more complex.  This reality, and the need to make safe and optimal hosting decisions regardless of where workloads are...

 

 

Restoring Data Storage Predictability

 Date: April 27, 2:30 - 3:30 PM EDT

Sponsored by: IntelliMagic

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Enterprise class data storage technology continues to advance with amazing capabilities. So why do storage problems sometimes still disrupt production applications?

It is not because there is a lack of storage infrastructure operational metrics, rather, the most common reason is that the reporting...

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