Publisher Reduces Virtualization Costs by 30 Percent by Running Linux on Hyper-V

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Topic: Cloud
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Cornelsen, a leading education publisher in Germany, is switching from VMware to hyper-V in Windows Server 2012 R2 to run both Windows and Linux-based workloads. Linux applications run better than ever under Windows Server 2012 R2, and Cornelsen will reduce virtualization licensing costs by 30 percent by replacing VMware. By using Microsoft system center 2012 R2, Cornelsen streamlines data center management and speeds server delivery by 30 percent. With a common virtualization platform, Cornelsen can deliver IT services faster, which improves business agility.

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