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Server virtualization is one of the fastest-growing IT initiatives for midsize and large businesses. Within three years, more than 50 percent of all enterprise data center workloads will be virtualized, according to research firm Gartner Inc.
If your organization has moved slowly to a virtual server environment, or if you have merely tested the waters, you may be missing significant opportunities to reduce costs, consolidate space, cut energy consumption and improve your ability to manage and control critical IT resources. Even if your organization is deeply entrenched in its deployment of server virtualization, there is a strong likelihood that you will be expanding server virtualization initiatives to new applications and departments over the next few years.
The question for most IT organizations is not whether to deploy or expand server virtualization, but how to sort out the differences among the leading virtualization software platforms - from VMware, Microsoft and Citrix - so that you can pick the solution that best aligns with the specific needs and requirements of your business.
This report provides an overview of the server virtualization market and addresses the strengths of each of the leading players.
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