Vmware Vsphere With Operations Management Enterprise Plus Production Support Subscription 3 Years
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VMware vSphere with Operations Management Enterprise Plus Production Support/Subscription, 3 Years
|Manufacturer Part Number||VS5-OEPL-3P-SSS-C|
|Manufacturer Website Address||http://www.emc.com|
|Service Name||VMware Support and Subscription Production|
|Service Main Type||Technical|
|Service Sub Type||Electronic|
|Service Description||24x7x30 Minute|
|Service Duration||3 Year|
|Product Supported|| |
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We use VmwareVsphere With Operations Management Enterprise Plus Production Support Subscription 3 Years as the platform for virtualization for a marketing agency. In this case, it is used to run multiple, critical servers including a pbx phone system, a high capacity and volume file server with lots of video and image files, a development IIS server, and multiple other virtual machines to test and do other work on. We have found this technology especially useful for this environment, as we operate on mostly a Mac environment for creatives. This allows them to have virtual machines they can access when they need to use software only available on a Windows environment.
It is used across the entire organization and solves providing temporary servers, right-sizing the servers (physical servers are more limited in their RAM and CPU configurations. A single physical server can host dozens of virtual server VMs, all with different operating systems installed. It also abstracts the [hardware] from the server which enables a VM to be exported to a different building or location or even a different company. Virtualizing large servers can reduce cooling, power, ups, cables, physical space and racks, noise, support. Many processes like antivirus, backups, boot ups, upgrades can be more centralized.
VmwareVsphere With Operations Management Enterprise Plus Production Support Subscription 3 Years is perfect for small to medium size businesses that have the need for multiple servers or workstations running in their environment. The flexibility of unlimited VMs, except by your hardware, and the ability to turn them on and off at will is extremely powerful. I have found it especially useful in a testing environment for software development. If you need to test compatibility on certain operating systems, or different environments, this gives you the ability to turn on the needed equipment without the need to purchase dedicated hardware.