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Exploding the 5 Myths of Business-Critical Application Virtualization

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Published: November, 2014

Application owners within your business may have concerns about the cost and complexity of virtualizing business-critical applications. But it’s the perceived risks that are often the deal-breakers when considering virtualizing applications, which, if they were to go down, could bring the business to a standstill and cause significant revenue loss.

In this guide, we expose the truth behind the myths that could be stopping you from creating a fully-virtualized application environment that lowers costs, improves reliability and boosts business agility.

Read on to discover:
  • Why performance concerns should be consigned to history
  • The hidden costs of not virtualizing business-critical applications
  • How virtualization can improve availability
  • Why backup and recovery can be faster and easier
  • Why virtualized system failure and security fears are unfounded

Application owners within your business may have concerns about the cost and complexity of virtualizing business-critical applications. But it’s the perceived risks that are often the deal-breakers when considering virtualizing applications, which, if they were to go down, could bring the business to a standstill and cause significant revenue loss.

In this guide, we expose the truth behind the myths that could be stopping you from creating a fully-virtualized application environment that lowers costs, improves reliability and boosts business agility.

Read on to discover:
  • Why performance concerns should be consigned to history
  • The hidden costs of not virtualizing business-critical applications
  • How virtualization can improve availability
  • Why backup and recovery can be faster and easier
  • Why virtualized system failure and security fears are unfounded
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