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Rightsizing VMs using vCenter CapacityIQ – Part 1


Capacity Management is well established practice in enterprise data centers. Effective capacity management strives to accomplish two objectives: Efficiency: Make efficient use of existing capacity and minimize any waste of computing resources Availability: Leave enough capacity headroom to accommodate any spikes in resource demands. These two capacity management objectives often conflict with each other. Rightsizing Read more...

Updated “Timekeeping in VMware Virtual Machines” paper available


The Timekeeping in virtual machines whitepaper has been updated to reflect the enhancements in VMware vSphere 4 and VMware Workstation 7.0 versions. In case you are wondering, why I am posting this under virtualization management, here are couple pointers: VMware Tools include the timekeeping daemon responsible for periodic clock synchronization, and several virtualization management solutions Read more...

Welcome to the VMware Virtualization Management Blog!


Virtualization has become ubiquitous in IT data centers, with several organizations now adopting a ‘virtualize first’ policy. The ROI benefits – both capex and opex savings – are easy to achieve even with the initial server consolidation projects. However as you embark on the virtualization journey and seek to extend it to the entire data Read more...