Friday, March 6, 2009

How to perform virtualization health checks

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Tim Anderson, Contributor

Virtual infrastructures are popping up in accounts of all sizes.
Learn how to capitalize on these new installations -- or even
existing deployments that have fallen into disrepair -- by using
virtualization health checks to identify and fix problem areas. focuses on the health check tools available
to help you assess your customers' virtual infrastructures. You'll
also learn how to talk to your customers about their expectations for
the health check and the recommended follow-up steps.

* Citrix gives away XenServer for free
Citrix Systems responded to critics of its server virtualization play
by offering its XenServer hypervisor for free, along with some
additional features like live migration. The move, announced at this
week's VMworld Europe 2009, will help Citrix take on market leader
VMware, partners said.


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