Microsoft Virtualization Certification Exams Guide

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Virtualization is a term that refers to various methods, techniques or approaches in creating a virtual version of something, such as virtual operating systems, hardware platforms, network resources or storage devices. With the help of virtualization a new generation of datacenters has been enabled. Instead of using data centers you can run multiple workloads on more powerful and larger servers. You organization can achieve considerable operational efficiencies and cost savings while using the server virtualization technology. With the help of the Microsoft Virtualization solutions you can create comprehensive platforms for private clouds thus going beyond the basic virtualization benefits and features. The Microsoft virtualization solutions are built while keeping in mind integration and industry standards.

It doesn’t matter if you want to build a private cloud, scale your services by using a public cloud, virtualize, or even a mix of all the three things mentioned before; with the help of the Microsoft management and virtualized solutions you can accelerate the journey to cloud computing and better manage you datacenter.

You should move all your workload and demanding applications to a virtualized environment. While doing so you aren’t sacrificing high levels of scalability or performance but in the meantime you are reducing operating and hardware costs and increase flexibility and efficiency.

If you are using VMware you should migrate instantly to Microsoft so that you can gain the ability to manage virtual, physical and cross-platforms. For less cost and greater value than you can gain if you are using VMware, adapt cloud computing to your business needs and in no time you will see the benefits.

The benefits of the Microsoft Virtualization systems are numerous. For example:

  • They help you increase your business flexibility. Due to the fact that virtualized datacenters have become prevalent, it is very important that you are able to place your workloads where they fit best. This sometimes means that you have to migrate from one system to the other so that you can better distribute the workload and the Microsoft Virtualization systems help you with that.
  • They increase support for larger workloads so that you can be sure that you have enough space for all your workload at any hour of the day, 24h/7.
  • They increase the Virtual Machine Availability so that no matter what happens you can always work and your data and information are kept safe.
  • Improve Handling on Multitenant Environments. Due to the fact that virtualized datacenters have become more and more practical, a lot of I.T. organization offer infrastructure as a service. Using this you can provide very flexible virtualized infrastructures to a great number of organizations but in the meantime you have to be aware of the fact that these solutions must also offer isolation from one another and security.

All in all, no matter how you look at the situation, the Microsoft Virtualized systems are a good choice to take into consideration if you have your own organization.

 

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This article was published on 2013/05/22