Fewer and fewer IT organizations are asking whether they should virtualize systems. The focus is now on how should they leverage virtualization in their environment. The maturation of virtualization solutions in the x86 and UNIX realm has opened the door to an endless array of choices. More choices offer organizations greater flexibility, but they can also introduce confusion and complexity.
Every virtualization technology operates in a slightly different manner. This is compounded by the fact that every IT environment is vastly different, with its own unique operating patterns, technical compositions, and business constraints. Because of this, there