For IT organizations seeking to optimize their data center environments, it’s easy to squeeze an ever-increasing number of virtual machines onto your virtual hosts. It’s far more difficult to do that while ensuring their availability and performance. This e-book explores the careful art of server consolidation and guides you in how to establish reasonable consolidation ratios based on your day-to-day tasks while still allowing you to maximize resource efficiency. Get your toughest server consolidation questions answers from our experts in this e-book. Access >>>
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- Goodbye candidacy, hello resource economics
- Calculating demand requires assistance
- Balancing everything else
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