Centralized Server Virtualization Drives IT Cost Reduction
Published: June 2009
Are you faced with the competing demands of server growth and cost control? Learn how server and application growth at Microsoft has matured to a model where technologies such as virtualization power a centralized and consolidated server and application management system. In addition to reducing costs associated with physical space and power demands, the model improves server and application manageability.
Server and application growth at Microsoft has evolved and matured into a centralized and consolidated management system. The system fulfills the goal of more easily managing applications and servers, while at the same time reducing costs. The overall server footprint is lowered, power costs are decreased, and server and application manageability is improved. Existing hardware can be leveraged and re-used. A governance model ensures that the architecture is properly developed and maintained.
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