Server Virtualization: A Primer for What to Expect When Preparing for a Virtualization Initiative
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Server virtualization has entered the IT mainstream and is increasingly becoming a data center standard. Organizations that take on a virtualization initiative should view it as an extension to IT operations and the business infrastructure. The business case for server virtualization is compelling, and its impact extends well beyond the data center and the IT infrastructure. It affects decisions about resource procurement and allocation:

  • IT service delivery levels
  • Business continuity and disaster recovery
  • Desktop provisioning
  • Storage allocation versus utilization
  • Facilities planning

Before taking the leap, it's important to understand the high-level picture of what to expect. Read this white paper for the top five steps towards server virtualization.
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