DEFINITION: VMware Server is a virtualization product that makes it possible to partition a single physical server into multiple virtual machines. VMware server works with Windows, Solaris, Linux and Netware, any or all of which can be used concurrently on the same hardware.With VMware Server 1.0 (the current official version as of March 2008), a virtual machine can be built once and deployed multiple times in
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Xangati accelerates a virtualization admins troubleshooting of performance issues. In contrast to report-centric tools which hamper their ability to see issues in real-time and which fail to explain why a specific VM or application is running “slow.”
In a virtual server infrastructure where all resources are shared, optimal performance can only be achieved with an adequate amount of properly allocated resource capacity. Not allocating enough resources can cause critical bottlenecks - leading to performance problems and costly downtime events.
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