Post 5 of 6: Delivering IT as a Service with vCloud Director
Post 4 of 6: xBlock- Designing a Repeatable Architecture
Post 3 of 6: Hardware – choosing your infrastructure
Post 2 of 6: Getting Started – defining a success criteria
One of the most important objectives of virtualizing a new or existing infrastructure is efficiency…both operational and financial. Virtualization wouldn’t be where it is today without a means of getting the most bang for the buck and clearly demonstrating the value-add of system consolidation — whether within your labs, server rooms, datacenters, or across the entire enterprise. To justify virtualization projects of any significance you have to hit your leadership where it hurts (tickles)…the corporate wallet. What better way to do that than consistently reducing acquisition and operational costs to your project?
Post 1 of 6: insert definition here – defining the cloud