Monday, November 23, 2009

Optimized Virtualization

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Optimized Virtualization

Virtualization success depends on a balance between resource utilization and virtual machine (VM) performance. Fortunately, there are tools available to help manage and optimize VMware environments more easily.

Learn how to reclaim wasted storage, memory, and CPU resources and utilize more VMs per physical server as well as quickly documenting VM inventory to automate management and compliance reporting.

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Virtualization Server Management
Proactive resource monitoring and predictive capacity analysis capabilities are essential to enhance virtualization server management. This free trial software download predicts resource utilization trends and provides alerts days in advance of potential issues and improve the returns on investment (ROI).

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