Control VM Sprawl with a Virtualization Assessment

Gain Insight into Your Virtual IT Environment

Virtualization can be a way to stretch your IT investment. But your virtualization architecture needs to be planned carefully, which can prove difficult, especially as the needs of the organization evolve over time.

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A virtualization assessment can identify:

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Incorrectly configured hosts

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Configurations that no longer meet today's industry best practices

The virtualization assessment is invaluable for companies that have deployed large numbers of virtual servers, or who want to ensure a strong foundation in preparation for a virtualization project. The assessment identifies all current configurations as well as VM “sprawl,” which can be created by the constant addition of new virtual machines (VM) without elimination of unused VMs.

This assessment provides an accurate view of the workload support required for new or expanded virtual environments.

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At the end of the assessment process, Corserva delivers to you a report that provides insights into your current virtual infrastructure and configuration, then recommendations on where and how to make improvements.

The result for you is better performance, manageability, and scalability of your IT infrastructure.

Phases of the Assessment

There are two parts to the virtualization assessment.

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A technical audit of the virtual environment

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Interviews with staff to discuss concerns with the virtual infrastructure

Virtualization design

After the assessment, you will have a clear understanding of where your virtual environment falls short of industry best practices and in what areas changes should be made. The final report will list details of findings with priority levels assigned to each.