Company: IBM United Kingdom Limited
| Category: Virtualisation
| Published: November 2011
Server virtualisation has made giant strides over the past decade, creating heroes inside IT organisations. Accordingly, it's no surprise that interest in the technology remains as strong as ever.
Indeed, respondents to a recent survey ranked "increased use of server virtualisation" as their number one IT priority over the next 12-18 months. However, despite the broad success of server virtualisation, nagging issues and challenges exist. As a result, a low percentage of the potential workloads that can be virtualised have been migrated to virtual machines, and the consolidation ratios of virtual machines per physical server remains relatively low.
Rating: + 6
Skills Management | July 2015 | Video
Enterprise Performance Management | July 2015 | White Paper
Internet Security | June 2015 | Analyst Report
Application Security | June 2015 | White Paper
Application Security | June 2015 | Analyst Report
© Incisive Business Media (IP) Limited 2015, Published by Incisive Business Media Limited, Haymarket House, 28-29 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4RX, are companies registered in England and Wales with company registration numbers 9177174 & 9178013.