Running multiple workloads on highly configured x86 servers allows you to increase the utilization of your server hardware from 10 to 15 percent to as much as 80 percent.
An automated virtual data center can simplify management while simultaneously delivering performance, scalability and availability levels that are impossible with physical infrastructure.
The v Sphere with Operations Management platform enables your organization to minimize downtime, enable dynamic, policy-based allocation of IT resources and eliminate repetitive configuration and maintenance tasks.
v Motion, part of v Sphere, enables you to migrate virtual machines from one physical server to another with zero downtime, continuous service availability and complete transaction integrity.
Live virtual machine migration allows you to perform hardware maintenance without scheduling downtime or disrupting business operations.
You can also reduce energy consumption by decreasing the number of servers in your data center.
VMware server virtualization can reduce hardware requirements by a 15:1 ratio, enabling you to lessen the environmental impact of your organization's IT without sacrificing reliability or service levels.
VMware virtualization can help your organization save more than ,000 annually for each server you virtualize.
You can also shift IT resources and budgets away from tactical maintenance to strategic projects.
Increase Server Utilization Get more out of your existing hardware by consolidating x86 servers with VMware v Sphere.
In the traditional "one workload, one box" approach to server provisioning, most servers operate at just 5 to 15 percent of their total load capacity, which results in over-provisioning and under-utilization.
Eliminate over-provisioning, increase server utilization and limit the environmental impact of IT by consolidating your server hardware with VMware v Sphere with Operations Management, VMware's virtualization platform.