Storage is the most important element in successful server virtualization projects. As the number of applications per server increases, the consolidation of once well-behaved and predictable I/O patterns creates huge demands on storage systems, and a storage infrastructure that is not up to the task becomes a crippling bottleneck.
But with proper, well-planned underlying storage resources, server virtualization can deliver even greater resource consolidation, administrative efficiency, and cost savings while not only transforming data centers, but also the businesses that those data centers fuel.
This white paper explores the 4 biggest challenges of deploying server virtualization using VMware vSphere and the best practices for overcoming them. Read now to learn more.