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Virtualization benefits SMBs but take up slow

March 27, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE: ZDNet

Organizations with huge computer rooms and data centers are a “natural target” for virtualization deployments, but it does not mean organizations with only a few servers will not benefit, said Errol Rasit, principal research analyst at Gartner.

He emphasized that the biggest benefits of virtualization–consolidation and agility–are not exclusive for large organizations to enjoy. “Powering, managing and cooling eight physical servers is a very resource-intensive way to manage eight applications, whereas you can buy and run just one server with virtualization software to run eight virtual servers.”

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