Building a Scalable Microsoft Hyper-V Architecture on the Hitachi Universal Storage Platform Family
Source: Hitachi Data Systems
Increasingly, organizations are turning to server virtualization because of the important business and IT benefits it provides. Organizations that virtualize their server environments are able to consolidate their physical IT infrastructures and improve the overall efficiency, resilience and agility of their environments. Doing so has potentially significant implications from a business perspective, allowing organizations to reduce capital and operating costs as well as reduce their data center and carbon footprints. However, as virtualized server deployments scale, capacity and management can become increasingly problematic, keeping organizations from meeting Service Level Agreements (SLAs) and cost-cutting objectives as well as minimizing the very benefits gained from virtualizing a server environment.