Over the years, the world of virtualization has changed dramatically. The 21st century has been the era of applications. Whether its web apps or mobile apps. This change has led to more enterprises consolidating multiple operating systems and software stacks on a single platform. Moreover, the primary driver for improving virtualization technologies is efficiency. As there is complexity within the IT infrastructure that increases the demand for workload drives which results in more datacenter space, data storage, power, cooling, network cabling, and administrative resources.
The crust factor of virtualization is consolidation. The quest for workload consolidation, along with improvement in uptime and the reduction in operational costs are the primary results that work in favor of virtualization. When we talk about virtualization, it demands effective systems that reduces cost and increases flexibility. IBM’s unique 40-year history in virtualization comes to Power Systems clients through PowerVM technologies that enable clients to dramatically reduce systems administration costs by virtualizing everything in the data center.
Watch this video which has IBM experts explaining Virtualization without Limits!