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Server virtualization offers the potential to significantly reduce costs and complexities of enterprise server infrastructures. Although industry debate tends to focus on the application of VMware and equivalents to x86 server consolidation, in reality UNIX server virtualization technologies are – by wide margins – more sophisticated and mature than their x86 counterparts. The Power platform is, in turn, the recognized industry leader in UNIX server virtualization. This report by International Technology Group (ITG) looks at three opportunities to reduce IT costs through use of latest-generation IBM Power servers and PowerVM technology.
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