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HP Virtual Server Environment (HP VSE)

The HP Virtual Server Environment (HP VSE) is a server virtualization product developed by Hewlett-Packard (HP) to optimize resource utilization in their HP Integrity and HP 9000 servers.

The HP VSE integrates planning, management and automation, making it convenient for server administrators to:

  • Consolidate multiple application programs on a single server.
  • Create virtual servers that can automatically adjust their capacity based on changing requirements for each hosted application.
  • Manage server farms without a negative impact on performance.
  • Utilize all available server capacity while providing critical applications with additional resources during peak periods.
  • Enable streamlined migration of virtual machines in a server farm.
  • Maintain service levels in the event of downtime and pay for spare capacity on an as-needed basis.
This was last updated in January 2007

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