Issue OverviewVirtual Data Center - February 2012, Vol. 37
Virtualization may be well underway, but it doesn't mean new challenges won't arise as you continue to navigate your initiative. This expert e-zine offers detailed guidance for achieving the right balance in your virtual data center and presents key findings concerning your peers' consolidation objectives for 2012. Access >>>
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What not to do when you’re consolidating: Five common VM mistakes
by Mike Laverick, Contributor
Get better consolidation ratios by avoiding these typical problems.
Prevent server over-consolidation with optimal VM resource allocation
by Brien M. Posey, Contributor
The push for high utilization can cause serious VM performance issues, but proper VM resource allocation can prevent server over-consolidation in virtual data centers.
- What not to do when you’re consolidating: Five common VM mistakes by Mike Laverick, Contributor
Defining an ideal virtual server consolidation ratio
by Alex Barrett
Finding the best virtual server consolidation ratio is difficult, and larger, virtualization-friendly servers do not necessarily ease the process.
- Defining an ideal virtual server consolidation ratio by Alex Barrett
Not all data centers are created equal
by Christine Cignoli
There’s no one-size-fits-all when it comes to data center servers and technology.
- Not all data centers are created equal by Christine Cignoli
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