sponsored by Dell and Microsoft SQL
Posted:  05 Jun 2012
Published:  31 Mar 2012
Format:  PDF
Length:  29  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

You may have heard that using virtualization to consolidate your SQL Server database servers onto a single more powerful server will allow you to support your current load with less hardware and support even more users in the future. This sounds perfect for your company's growing data. But do the benefits of virtualization outweigh its costs?

Check out this test report to view some cold, hard facts about the impact of SQL Server virtualization on data center performance as well as its potential return on investment (ROI). Use these facts to determine if a migration makes sense for your business.

Data Center Consolidation | Data Center Infrastructure Efficiency | Database Architectures | Database Management | Database Performance Management | Database Server Software | Server Consolidation | Server Management | Server Virtualization | SQL | SQL Server

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