Issue OverviewVirtual Data Center - January 2010, Vol. 18
Analysts say that the 16% of workloads currently running on virtual machines will grow to 50% by the end of 2012. In this month's issue, take a look at TechTarget's survey data to find out how organizations are planning for this explosive growth. Also inside: IT pros demand the increasing utilization and flexibility that virtualization and cloud computing technologies provide. Get the inside scoop on cloud and virtual deployments, and get answers to your most important questions. Access >>>
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State of virtualization and cloud computing: 2011
by Stephen J. Bigelow, Senior Technology Editor
IT professionals demand the increasing utilization and flexibility that virtualization and cloud technologies provide.
Virtualization cost savings: Labor and maintenance
by Rick Vanover, Contributor
Virtualizing your infrastructure can save money on labor and server lifecycle maintenance. With fewer physical servers, there's less to provision, monitor and maintain manually.
- State of virtualization and cloud computing: 2011 by Stephen J. Bigelow, Senior Technology Editor
Four mistakes that can kill virtual machine performance
by Greg Shields, Contributor
Screensavers, managing from the console, real-time security scans and certain Windows Server power options can all undermine virtual machine performance. Here's how to avoid VM performance killers.
- Four mistakes that can kill virtual machine performance by Greg Shields, Contributor
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