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Galen Schreck on System management capabilities and virtualization in 2011

November 17, 2010 No Comments

When thinking about their 2011 IT initiatives, many firms I’ve spoken with are continuing to build out their virtual server environments. My collegue, Gene Leganza, has written an excellent report entitled The Top 15 Technology Trends EAs Should Watch which includes system management as a driver of continued virtualization. In addition, it is now becoming apparent that public and private cloud computing architectures are becoming more and more intertwined, due to the intersection of virtualization platforms and management tools.  From a technology standpoint, I believe that management is one of the key enablers of virtualized and cloud infrastructure.

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