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CW Buyer's Guide: Server Virtualisation

 

Overcoming the challenges of virtualisation

 

With its promise of consolidation down to levels of around 20% of existing hardware and the consequent reduction in energy bills, need for fewer systems administrators, licensing fee savings and reduced datacentre space, virtualisation is gaining pace.

 

As more businesses seek to virtualise their infrastructure, they will start to experience the limitations of their existing hardware, IT administration tools, procurement and licensing models.

 

This Computer Weekly buyer’s guide to server virtualisation looks at the potential barriers to successful virtualisation and how they can be overcome.

 

Contents:

  • Jumping the hurdles of virtualising your organisation’s infrastructure
  • Virtual servers mean network rethink
  • Business data at a virtual standstill
  • Managing storage on virtual servers

 

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