Although making the jump to a virtual environment might be an easy decision, finding the right hardware on which to run the environment is much more complicated. In this chapter, get tips on selecting hardware that's right for your environment. Access >>>
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Once your hypervisor is installed, what's next? You need to implement virtualization that's actually going to benefit your organization. Read tips in...
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