Doubling VM Density with HP 3PAR Storage
sponsored by Hewlett-Packard Company

A virtual infrastructure is only as strong as its weakest link. And more often than not, the weakest link is storage. 

Legacy storage systems weren’t designed to meet the unique demands of virtualization, and virtual machine density is one of the first things to suffer. Increasing VM density enables you to non-disruptively run more VMs on a given server or cluster, and in the process, achieve greater resource utilization, simpler management, and lower costs.

This white paper explores the storage challenges that typically hamper the proper functioning of a virtual infrastructure and compromise VM density. Read now to learn how you can:

  • Eliminate I/O performance bottlenecks
  • Offload virtual operations to reduce overhead
  • Streamline provisioning and management
  • And more
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