Monday, March 23, 2009

Resource utilization project guide

March 23, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Add value with resource utilization
George Crump, Contributor

As the first wave of server virtualization projects comes to a close, it's becoming clear that they are not achieving one of their initial goals: improved resource utilization.

In the first three parts of our series on virtualization health checks, you learned how to assess your customers' virtual infrastructure. Now, in this final part, you'll find out how to use the data gathered in these assessments to help your customers get the most out of server virtualization. I/O workload mapping and server repurposing are two key strategies to improve resource utilization.

Read this tip.

Server virtualization selling tips
A new Forrester Research report takes a look at two years' worth of client inquiries and uses them to offer three recommendations for selling server virtualization projects.
Read this blog entry.

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