Standardizing our virtualized environment for business computing has resulted in lower costs, increased agility, and lower energy consumption.
We standardized our virtualization infrastructure and measured return on investment. Benefits include automated deployment, faster recovery, increased server consolidation ratio, lower costs, increased agility, and reduced energy consumption.
Video: Discussing virtualization Part 3: Intel’s role in developing virtualization.
Discussing virtualization Part 3: Intel’s role in developing virtualization.
Video: Intel IT shares technology considerations for developing virtualization strategy.
Intel IT shares technology considerations for developing virtualization strategy.
Intel IT studied how using the latest hardware and software affects server and network utilization and performance of desktop compute models.
Intel IT conducted an internal technology evaluation to determine how using the latest hardware and software affects server and network utilization as well as the performance of streamed and virtual hosted desktop (VHD) compute models.
Intel IT deployed virtualization within their business-computing environment and realized benefits such as faster, more automated deployment.
Intel IT has begun a virtualized business-computing production environment, which has already confirmed benefits including server consolidation ratios between 10:1 and 16:1, faster deployment, and faster recovery.
Brief highlights successful, real-world virtualization deployments with VMware and Intel, and sharing of best practices.
The dynamic data center (DDC) is the fulfillment of many long-term IT goals, providing performance, flexibility and capacity at a much lower cost. Applying virtualization successfully to deliver the DDC concept takes preparation.
Cetelem Bank deploys space-saving, energy-efficient virtualized IT infrastructure with servers based on the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family
Implementing a virtualized IT infrastructure with Intel processors
Indiana University uses Intel® Xeon® processor 7500 series and VMware vSphere* for VM capacity and performance increase, footprint reduction.
Virtualizing their most critical ERP components with Intel® Xeon® processor 7500 series and VMware vSphere*, Indiana University was able to achieve a 40% VM capacity increase, 30% performance increase and 20% physical footprint reduction.