Wednesday, April 22, 2009

XenServer installation and deployment

April 22, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
XenServer installation and deployment guidelines
Shannon Snowden, Contributor

Server virtualization deployments continue to grow at an amazing rate, which isn't surprising. When properly implemented, server virtualization brings several key benefits, including reliability and a high return on investment. Clients are looking to XenServer as a virtualization platform that will deliver consolidation, increased utilization and workload balancing.

This tip covers best practices that solutions providers should use when designing a XenServer installation and deployment plan.

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