Sun Management Center - Managing the Integrated Enterprise

The evolution of enterprise computing has had a dramatic impact on the role of system management. In the mid 1970s, mainframes were the primary focus of computing power. With their ability to process large amounts of data and centralize information, mainframes became the workhorse of organizations that could afford them. As companies grew, mainframes became overburdened, and enterprises turned to lower cost minicomputers. By distributing the computing load, precious mainframe resources were freed for critical jobs.

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