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How to make the transition from physical to virtual and back
“Workloads in transition” is one way to characterize virtualization, which ranges from physical-to-virtual to virtual-to-virtual and virtual-to-physical. In this issue, learn valuable strategies to get the most out of your virtualization dollars, and make the connection between blade enclosures and virtual server load balancing.
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Although there are few situations in which V2V or V2P migrations are necessary, administrators needing to make these moves must be prepared to handle unique challenges.
With physical security, you don't have to consider breaches of virtual machines, utilities or virtual disk files. But virtualization creates new security risks and vulnerabilities.
Keep your servers up to snuff by ensuring that resources have been optimally allocated. Understanding resource supply and demand is the key to a strong capacity management process.