Issue OverviewVirtual Data Center - June 2011, Vol. 33
As organizations expand their virtual environments, they’re discovering that one hypervisor isn’t always enough. But deploying a second hypervisor can pose some significant risks. Stephen J. Bigelow helps you carefully consider the pros and cons of a multihypervisor environment. Access >>>
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Should your IT shop consider multiple server virtualization platforms?
by Stephen J. Bigelow
More and more IT shops are implementing multiple server virtualization platforms to increase interoperability and abstraction as well as lower costs.
Preventing virtual resource oversubscription with capacity management
by Mike Laverick, Contributor
Identify the symptoms of resource oversubscription, and learn capacity management strategies to prevent it.
- Should your IT shop consider multiple server virtualization platforms? by Stephen J. Bigelow
Performance tweaks for virtualization technologies
by Bill Kleyman, Contributor
Understanding virtualization technologies and properly allocating resources is vital to achieving optimal performance in a virtual environment.
- Performance tweaks for virtualization technologies by Bill Kleyman, Contributor
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