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2007: Get, Set, Virtualize!

Well this year is going to be hotter for the Virtualization arena than ever. Virtualization is tipped as one of the top 5 disruptive technologies for this year and will be tested the most this year.

The virtualization project is scheduled for completion by 2008. In the meantime, he says, the IT department will move toward offering differentiated service levels to different business applications. Since virtualization makes it easy to shift resources, capacity will be reassigned to address peaks in demand, taking resources away from lower-priority services when they’re needed by higher-priority ones.

and by 2008 you should be talking (and doing) a lot about/around "Application Mobility". So if you are not virtualizing this year, you are seriously too late. Take my word for it.

Oh and Happy New Year 2007, BTW.


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