Issue OverviewVirtual Data Center - November 2010, Vol. 28
Consolidation is probably the single most important consideration in a virtual data center. But too much server consolidation is not beneficial for data centers or their users. The problem is that over-consolidation is becoming more prevalent as organizations try to stretch their resources farther than ever. Stephen J. Bigelow helps data center managers strike a balance with his well considered consolidation tips. Access >>>
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Server consolidation strategy pitfalls: Over-consolidation
by Stephen J. Bigelow, Senior Technology Editor
With server consolidation, it’s possible to have too much of a good thing. Over-consolidation can stretch resources to their limits.
Virtualization management for VMs, networks optimization
by Mike Laverick, Contributor
Increasing server consolidation levels coupled with advancements in memory technology means virtualization management is more important than ever.
- Server consolidation strategy pitfalls: Over-consolidation by Stephen J. Bigelow, Senior Technology Editor
Private cloud 101: Is your data center ready?
by Eric Siebert, Contributor
You can't just wake up one morning and call your data center a private cloud. There's a lot of planning and decision-making to do before you build a private cloud infrastructure.
- Private cloud 101: Is your data center ready? by Eric Siebert, Contributor
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