The result of data centre growth is that different practices develop to support different sites, different business units and applications.
Technologies were selected for good reasons in the past, with new developments offering a new richness of options. Changing business and technological needs, personnel turnover, regulatory changes and other external and internal factors can fragment the data centre.
How do you figure out the total sales for each sales person?
You need to combine (in this case add) the data from multiple rows. To see how this works, imagine a table that looks like this: You can see that the table can contain several amounts for a given salesperson – our task is to add them up to get the total amount for each salesperson.
For example: But data centre consolidation doesn’t stop with systems and software.
When processes or applications are consolidated, a data centre can ensure more consistent service across the business.
There are clear financial gains to be achieved in a data centre consolidation process, and gains can be measured in different ways, depending on what the consolidation programme is.
Go to the View Menu and select "Totals" (or "Show totals", depending on your version of Access).
A new row named ‘Total’ will appear in the bottom half of the query.
To avoid entering the new data manually, you can use an append query to copy the records.
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