Infrastructure IT Analyst at Mercedes-Benz do Brasil Ltda.
22 June 20
From my point of view with virtualization we can improve hardware usage. For example, normally dedicated server didn't use the full machine resource like memory and CPU, depending for the server it's used around 20% of these resources, but with the virtualized environment we can put more servers running on the same hardware and can increase the memory/CPU usage, looking for the investment we are using better the HW resource instead to use it partially. Of course, that virtualized have more nice benefits like that we can increase the CPU/memory and also use the advantages of the hypervisor to improve the VMs high availability.
CEO/co-founder at a tech services company with 1-10 employees
23 June 20
Hi, reducing costs, flexibility in environment management, flexibility in maintenance/service, if good configured - it's possible to achieve zero downtime policy for running systems, flexibility in creating new space for business (new systems/apps etc). It's from my experience point of view.