Each host server running v Sphere can support more than 1024 virtual machines.
Many organizations run as many as 15 applications on a single piece of hardware, reducing their hardware requirements by a 15:1 ratio.
Server consolidation lets your organization: By consolidating your server hardware with v Sphere with Operations Management, your organization can increase existing hardware utilization from as low as 5 percent to as much as 80 percent.
You can also reduce energy consumption by decreasing the number of servers in your data center.
This reduces the cost and complexity of managing IT in your data center.
VMware gives you the tools to manage and monitor your entire virtual infrastructure from a central location, reduce new server provisioning time and allocate shared IT resources with greater flexibility.
Unlike vendors that only offer single-point solutions for server virtualization, VMware lets you manage an entire virtual data center from a single point of control.Consolidating your hardware means that you need fewer servers in your data center, which means you will spend less on hardware and maintenance and less on energy for power and cooling.VMware virtualization can help your organization save more than ,000 annually for each server you virtualize.VMware works closely with industry-standards organizations and technology partners to ensure seamless interoperability through open interfaces and standards-based technologies.With VMware v Sphere with Operations Management, you can manage all your heterogeneous x86-based operating systems, including Windows, Linux and Netware, by placing them on a single virtual hardware platform.