Server virtualization management is a strategy of running multiple autonomous virtual operating systems on a single physical server. By maximizing the capacity of physical resources to optimize the investment in hardware, server virtualization management offers significant cost benefits. While virtualization provides many benefits to IT operations, it brings its share of complexities too, such as VMsprawl, zombie virtual machines (VMs), idle VMs, server downtime, failover, VM configuration updates, and so much more. This makes it tougher for IT administrators to troubleshoot network performance, resulting in less visibility into business operations management. Without a VM monitoring tool in place, IT infrastructure monitoring can become overwhelming. To help combat this, we came up with an e-book titled Best server virtualization management practices for exceptional IT operations.
How will this e-book help?
Listed and explained in the e-book are 10 effective and easy-to-implement server virtualization management methods that can help you improve the total cost of ownership (TCO) and return on investment (ROI) for your IT infrastructure.
The e-book sheds light on the following:
- The virtual server monitoring and management cycle to understand provisioning of VMs.
- 10 best practices for comprehensive server virtualization management that are tried-and-true as confirmed by veterans of IT departments.
- Why and how to choose the VM monitoring tool that is most suitable for your organization.
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