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Maximizing virtual data center consolidations
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.
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Get better consolidation ratios by avoiding these typical problems.
Finding the best virtual server consolidation ratio is difficult, and larger, virtualization-friendly servers do not necessarily ease the process.
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.
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There’s no one-size-fits-all when it comes to data center servers and technology.