Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Virtualization lifecycle: Five steps to owning it

December 17, 2008 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Five keys to owning server virtualization projects
Tim Anderson, Contributor

Showing value, above and beyond the norm, to a customer assures them that the channel partner they choose to work with for their systems integration will not only meet but also exceed their needs. This is more important than ever, especially in the competitive landscape brought about by today's tight economy. Server virtualization projects provide an excellent opportunity for you to demonstrate that added value.

The server virtualization lifecycle should at a minimum include delivery and execution of an assessment, architecting the environment, migration from the physical infrastructure to a virtual one, training and education on all aspects of the virtual environment, and ongoing management and monitoring of the health of the virtual environment.

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