Cisco Unified Computing System: Delivering on the Promise of Virtualization

Cisco Unified Computing System: Delivering on the Promise of Virtualization

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Organizations today are turning to virtualization for everything; consolidating multiple server workloads onto smaller servers, scaling their current applications, and achieving greater resource utilization by balancing workloads. It may seem like there are no downsides to implementing virtualization into your business environment, but unfortunately that is not the case.

Virtualization has created several hurdles for organizations to jump through in order to obtain the benefits virtualization is supposed to offer. Common problems include too many management points, multiple layers of software and hardware switching and scalability is difficult due to the time needing in order to configure servers and integrate them into the infrastructure. 

Explore this informational resource to discover how Cisco’s unified computing system promises successful, pain-free virtualization. Read now to learn more.

Vendor:
CISCO & INTEL® XEON® PROCESSOR
Posted:
09 Jan 2014
Published:
31 Mar 2013
Format:
PDF
Length:
26 Page(s)
Type:
White Paper
Language:
English
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