Server and desktop hardware consolidation can also help you achieve a 20 to 30 percent lower cost per application, as well as defer data center construction costs by ,000 per square foot.
v Sphere with Operations Management allows for a 50 to 70 percent higher virtual machine density per host than commodity offerings.
Unlike vendors that only offer single-point solutions for server virtualization, VMware lets you manage an entire virtual data center from a single point of control.With v Sphere with Operations Management, you can monitor health, manage resources, and plan for the data center growth all from a unified dashboard.An automated virtual data center can simplify management while simultaneously delivering performance, scalability and availability levels that are impossible with physical infrastructure.The v Sphere with Operations Management platform enables your organization to minimize downtime, enable dynamic, policy-based allocation of IT resources and eliminate repetitive configuration and maintenance tasks.
Increase Server Utilization Get more out of your existing hardware by consolidating x86 servers with VMware v Sphere.
In the traditional "one workload, one box" approach to server provisioning, most servers operate at just 5 to 15 percent of their total load capacity, which results in over-provisioning and under-utilization.