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Red Hat: Extending the reach of virtualisation

Middle East: Monday, October 12 - 2009 @ 16:43

But although virtualisation is now considered a mainstream technology, virtual machines still only account for less than 20% of all data centre servers.

Today’s x86 virtualisation solutions are typically deployed only in non-mission-critical workloads or development and test environments.

There are several reasons for this.Despite the fact that proprietary virtualisation solutions come with robust management tools that ease their deployment and administration, their use is constrained by poor performance, limited scalability, compromised stability and security, and high cost.

This red Hat white paper looks at delivering a cost-effective and highly manageable solution without compromising performance, scalability, or security.

- Breaking the barriers to widespread x86 virtualisation adoption
- Robust management tools to ease enterprise virtualisation
- The Red Hat Enterprise Virtualisation portfolio of products

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