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HP VMware Solution Sizer tool


Is it a good tool? Do you already have in-house tools that give you adequste information about your server park? Anyways, this page does not work very well with Firefox browser! Not good!

This is an automated tool that assists the user with the size and scope of their server environment. This sizer will calculate the best way to consolidate old servers onto new machines running multiple virtualized environments. The sizing information and algorithms have been developed using testing and performance data on HP Servers running VMware ESX Server.

After a short questionnaire, the user will be presented with a solution detailing the recommended hardware with part numbers and a price list. The user will also find a chart detailing the recommended consolidation configuration and estimated utilizations for the new hardware.


So go ahead and build your solution online!

PS: HP, please fix the page for Firefox as well!

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