sponsored by Microsoft
Posted:  10 Apr 2007
Published:  01 Apr 2007
Format:  PDF
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:
Network infrastructures in many organization exhibit complex, widely distributed topologies that are the result of decades of evolution. This phenomenon, often referred to as server sprawl, carries with it many hidden costs. Servers are deployed with the expectation that they will have very low utilization, and, regardless of utilization, all servers use costly, valuable datacenter space and add to power and cooling requirements. It is therefore in the interest of any business to consider consolidating its servers as a means of eliminating wasted resources and containing server sprawl. In this white paper, read about:
  • Objectives of server consolidation
  • Approaches to server consolidation
  • Comparison of Windows Server Operating System Editions
  • Benefits of Using Windows Server for Resource Optimization

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