Server Consolidation: The Assumption that Could Cost You Dearly

Chris Churchey

The computer room of a power grid company (called PGC for this article) was bursting at the seams. With around 1,200 virtual environments running on 262 physical servers, the space teemed with boxes, racks, and cables. And each item that squeezed into the room took time and money to maintain. Before consolidating their server to an updated technology, they needed to determine how many servers they needed. Find out how they did their analysis and saved more than 50% on upfront and ongoing costs. Read more »