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Virtualization Solution Benchmark
Transcript of Virtualization Solution Benchmark
Pros & Cons V. solutions
Pros & Cons
By R. Di Salvo, A. Magariello, A. Morello, A. Ridolfi, L. Romano
"Virtualization is the abstraction of computer
Terminology and Definitions
Improve Disaster Recovery
The entire operating system "guest" can be easily saved and restored greatly reducing downtime in case of failure
hardware abstraction capability
most enterprise server
virtualization platforms have software that can help automate the failover when a disaster does strike
Provides user interface to automated, self-service catalogs of standard services
Autoscales to user demand
Delivers even greater agility and efficiency
Controls sensitive workloads
Take two or more older, slower systems and combine them into Virtual Systems
Add new servers quickly and efficiently
Enables elastic capacity to provide system provisioning and deployment at a moment's notice.
Allows hardware to be utilized more efficiently
The industry's first full infrastructure virtualization suite that allows enterprises and small business alike to trasfor, manage and optimize their it systems infrastructure true virtualization.
vSphere Storage DRS
Microsoft's virtualization solution.
Stand-alone (free version)
Installable role in Windows Server 2012
Offloaded Data Transfer
Virtual Machine Agility
PowerVM provides a virtualization solution
for Power Systems servers and blades that run IBM AIX,
IBM i and Linux workloads
Virtual I/O Server
PowerVm Micro partitioning
Live Partition Mobility