HP VirtualSystem VS3 for VMware - Simple, agile, efficient enterprise virtualisation
In recent years, organisations around the world have adopted virtualisation to improve business continuity, enable IT flexibility and maximise the return on IT investments. While offering some very impressive benefits, firstgeneration virtualisation solutions were often one-off designs that increased IT complexity, limited scalability, provided insufficient security and created siloed management—which led to some significant business impacts. Read on.
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