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CIOs Struggling with Virtualization Management

April 29, 2011 No Comments

Virtualized environments are much different from those based on physical infrastructure. They are much more fluid, offer a great deal of flexibility and allow for more efficient use of available resources.

By their nature, then, they are highly complex — a fact that is brought into focus as soon as you apply standard management tools to the virtual world.

Sadly, it seems that message is lost on a large number of CIOs. According to a new survey from data management and DR firm Veeam Software, fully 80 percent are looking to extend their current management regimes into virtual infrastructure. The results are predictable in that nearly half of the 253 respondents say they lack visibility into virtual environments and are putting the brakes on virtual deployments due to lack of management capability.

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