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Improve Your Virtual Environment with a vSphere Optimization Assessment

by Scott DeMoss, on Dec 7, 2015 4:57:33 PM

Do you know how well your virtual infrastructure is functioning? Many companies don’t have a good understanding of virtual machine utilization, whether or not a machine is overprovisioned, or how to identify bottlenecks. As a result, they may be suffering from VM performance issues, struggling with troubleshooting, or even putting off updates due to resource constraints.

If any of this sounds familiar, you’re definitely not alone.

Something that will help you identify inefficiencies in your network and spot overprovisioned VMs is a vSphere Optimization Assessment (VOA). GTRI has been doing these assessments for the last 18 months for many of our existing customers.

Basically what it boils down to is a 30-day free trial of the vSOM software that we will install for you. We will let it run for about 30 days and at the end of the month one of our engineers will take a look at the data collected and put together a detailed analysis report with recommendations. The goal is to help you understand how to enhance efficiency, manage risk and improve the overall health of your virtualized IT environment.

With the insights gained through this process, you will have a better understanding of your vSphere infrastructure.

I’ve been working with vSphere for many years and am very familiar with the ins and outs of the product. This assessment, which I have personally performed in several environments, has provided eye opening analytics that have helped me provide the right recommendations to help customers improve their virtual infrastructure.

I recommend you contact us to request a VOA today. There is no cost to you and GTRI will do all the work.

Topics:VirtualizationVMwarevSphere

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