Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Uncovering hidden costs in server consolidation projects

November 05, 2008 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Beware of hidden costs in server consolidation or virtualization
Mark W. Bortle, Contributor

For your customers, server consolidation and virtualization projects are all about controlling costs. And while the costs savings potential of consolidation/virtualization is real, it's critical that customers understand and plan for the hidden costs that can crop up in any data center consolidation project. So let's discuss the variables that need to be accounted for in a typical migration of Web, file, print, application and database servers.

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