Virtualization, what to consider
AUGUST 23, 2011
Virtualization technology is fast becoming the starting point for IT decision makers as they are faced with replacing core elements of the infrastructure. We think it is an essential starting point to considering the best overall decision for taking the most cost effective route to enhancing the services provided by your IT insfrastructure, while minimizing hardware management.
There are several elements that Virtualization brings to the table that can reep massive benefits for organizations regardless of size. Here are just few to think about:
Hardware Consolidation - Virtualization allows you to take advantage of the decreasing costs of improved hardware by increasing utilization and simplifying management. Cut capital and operating costs while increasing IT service delivery and business continuity without limiting your choice of operating systems, applications and hardware.
Security and Compliance - When it comes to ensuring that your infrastructure is secure, the more simplified, the better. By reducing the number of devices that require attention, you can drastically improve the security of your environment.