If you don’t have a virtualization strategy, you should consider one. The traditional server-desktop infrastructure is still valuable in today’s businesses, but the changeover is quickly approaching. The demand from many software vendors is to have a single server for their application. This is to ensure that it operates at peak performance.
The problem is when you have multiple applications that require isolation, your infrastructure grows unnecessarily. This is where Virtualization makes sense. Without using Server Virtualization, the expenses of hardware, software and maintenance for can add up fast.
A slightly larger upfront investment can allow for continued growth with very little additional expense. Today’s hardware can easily handle multiple servers with proper design and deployment. This makes Server Virtualization a must have for any growing small business, medium business or large business.