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Sun Eco Virtualization Kit

A virtualization solution to help you overcome power and space limitations with measurable reductions in power and cooling requirements and systems footprint, along with improvements in system utilization, compute capacity, and security.

* Consolidate using Solaris containers and virtualize hundreds of applications on a single system delivering savings in energy, space and cooling costs and a huge reduction in complexity.
* Dramatically reduce power consumption with server consolidation and virtualization of up to 42 servers into a single Sun Fire X4600 M2 server with 8 processors and 64GB of memory.¹
* Reduce storage footprint and energy cost per terabyte, dramatically improving utilization of existing libraries with Sun Virtual storage systems.


There are loads of choices and this might just be a conscientious choice to make when it comes to "Corporate Environmental Responsibility". Do please participate in my CRS/CER LinkedIn discussion., and also check Sun's offerings.

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