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Myth: Virtualization Increases the Speed of Delivering IT Services

January 18, 2011 No Comments

Jason Cowie, Embotic’s VP of Product Management, is my guest blogger today. Here are his thoughts on whether virtualization, in the form of virtual machine software, really does increase the speed of delivering IT services. Thanks, Jason for offering your thoughts.

Myth:  Virtualization Increases the Speed of Delivering IT Services

While the delivery of virtual machines is indisputably faster than deploying physical machines, it is often assumed that this also streamlines the process of deploying IT Services (applications). Virtualization can be used as an accelerator for building out highly dynamic cloud based services, however, the fact remains that while provisioning and deploying VMs has been greatly simplified, application deployments are still complicated and dependent on People, Processes and Technology.

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