Virtualization For Dummies, 3rd HP Special Edition (Bernard Golden)

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Virtualization For Dummies, 3rd HP Special Edition (Bernard Golden)

This amusing and pleasant guide begins with an in-depth assessment of exactly what virtualization is and precisely the way it works and then takes you on a tour of the blessings of a virtualized surroundings, which includes added area in overcrowded statistics facilities, decreased operations charges through greater green infrastructure administration, and decreased strength fees thru server consolidation.

Next, you'll get step-by-step guidance on how to:

  • Perform a server virtualization cost versus benefit analysis
  • Weigh server virtualization options
  • Choose hardware for your server virtualization project
  • Create a virtualized software environment
  • Migrate to - and manage - your new virtualized environment

Whether you're an IT supervisor seeking to sell the concept to your boss, or just need to analyze more approximately a way to create, migrate to, and effectively control a virtualized environment, Virtualization for Dummies is your cross-to manual for honestly the entirety you need to realize.

Ebook Details

About the Authors
Bernard Brilliant has been called "a famous open-source expert" (IT Trade Edge) and an open-source master ( and is regularly included in magazines like Computerworld, InformationWeek, and Inc. His web journal The Open Source is one of the foremost well-known highlights of CIO Magazine's Web location.
Published Date / Year
(1st ed. December 5, 2007), Wiley Publishing, Inc; 3rd Edtion (2011)
385 pages
eBook Format
2.86 MB

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