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Testing the waters in Virtualization

It really does not matter what or how you test,as long as you get started with it. And you never know, sometimes you might just need oen in production! and these are the real gains that I am talking about:
  • 1. Being aware of your goals and technologies that will assist you in reaching there.
  • 2. Willingness to act.
Thats all you need sometimes. This blogger from Rochester College explains how he reached to that decision-making process:

And for a while now we have been using VMware Workstation for simulation and testing purposes. But then one day a print server needed to be replaced and it felt like the right time to jump with both feet in the water and test the VMware Server product. The few benefits are tremendous factors in achieving efficiency and higher/faster success rate in server management and disaster recovery. I personally love the ease of management.

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