Gabriel Consulting Group

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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    IBM EX5: Breaking Virtualization Barriers?

    Enterprise x86 customers increasingly look to x86 systems as a virtualized destination for mission-critical and other workloads. In order for these servers to fulfill this vital role, they must continue to "Grow up" and take the next steps toward becoming a mature and highly flexible platform that can host multiple...

    Provided By Gabriel Consulting Group

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Virtualization & TCO: Linux Vs. Microsoft

    Analysis of results from the 2008 x86 Vendor Preference Survey shows interesting and significant differences in virtualization adoption for customers who predominantly use Linux vs. customers who have standardized on Windows operating systems. The authors found that Linux-centric customers in the survey have implemented virtualization in greater numbers, to a...

    Provided By Gabriel Consulting Group

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Virtual SMB Data Center in a Box?

    VMware makes it easy to assign system resources to a particular workload to ensure it has enough capacity to handle business needs. It can reassign resources to handle workload spikes, giving a particular application more processors or I/O on a temporary basis to cover higher usage - again, without human...

    Provided By Gabriel Consulting Group

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Virtual SMB Data Center in a Box?

    VMware makes it easy to assign system resources to a particular workload to ensure it has enough capacity to handle business needs. It can reassign resources to handle workload spikes, giving a particular application more processors or I/O on a temporary basis to cover higher usage - again, without human...

    Provided By Gabriel Consulting Group

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    IBM EX5: Breaking Virtualization Barriers?

    Enterprise x86 customers increasingly look to x86 systems as a virtualized destination for mission-critical and other workloads. In order for these servers to fulfill this vital role, they must continue to "Grow up" and take the next steps toward becoming a mature and highly flexible platform that can host multiple...

    Provided By Gabriel Consulting Group

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Virtualization & TCO: Linux Vs. Microsoft

    Analysis of results from the 2008 x86 Vendor Preference Survey shows interesting and significant differences in virtualization adoption for customers who predominantly use Linux vs. customers who have standardized on Windows operating systems. The authors found that Linux-centric customers in the survey have implemented virtualization in greater numbers, to a...

    Provided By Gabriel Consulting Group