Using VM Archiving to Solve VM Sprawl

Using VM Archiving to Solve VM Sprawl


Virtual machines are growing out of control in a way that is reminiscent of the physical server sprawl issue so many organizations faced a few years back. The same solutions that were often implemented to fix the problems of physical server sprawl is now creating a sprawl issue of its own.

There are many causes of virtual sprawl, and just about all of them are results of perfectly appropriate actions that just end up causing an issue. Still, there are steps you can take to eliminate the needless sprawl of virtual machines. VM archiving, for example, is already proving to be a useful and viable solution to the sprawl problem.

Don’t wait until virtual server sprawl becomes a serious issue. Check out this informative resource to learn the causes, effects and potential solutions before it slows you down.

CommVault Systems, Inc.
05 Mar 2014
05 Mar 2014
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