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Using virtualization to save data centers money
In Vol. 10 of Virtual Data Center, learn how to optimize data center hardware and avoid VM sprawl. Stephen J. Bigelow offers valuable advice for data center managers on how to use virtualization to save money. Andi Mann outlines basic virtual systems management disciplines, such as chargeback and capacity planning, that can help IT develop an approach to future service delivery. Bigelow rounds out the issue with a how-to on virtual server backup. Take a look at this month's articles.
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If it's done right, optimizing server utilization with virtualization can save data centers money.
Business-unit squabbles over server ownership and allocation are complex in virtual environments. But using virtual systems management principles, such as chargeback and capacity planning, can help.
Virtual data backup is more complicated than you're used to. New data backup best practices, such as shared storage and snapshots, will help you meet these challenges.