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The benefits of server virtualization for enterprise data centers are broadly recognized: server consolidation, better utilization of available compute resources, dynamic transfer of applications and isolation for both development and production environments. In short, reducing the cost and increasing the flexibility of the IT infrastructure. But virtualization faces some limits. IT managers commonly place applications in two categories, when it comes to virtualization: the "good" and the "bad" candidates. Typically, I/O-intensive and latency-sensitive applications like databases or ERP systems fall into the latter category and are excluded from virtualization projects.
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