New survey identified why so hesitant scalability and backup recovery as key factors for virtualization? Symantec has interviewed 3,700 managers in 35 countries in a survey titled “Virtualization and the cloud development” and identifies the main advantages that promise companies a virtual strategy. In addition to many other findings were more accurate results that for two-thirds of all companies a potential deterioration of performance quite/very important is, which is why they hesitate to transform business-critical applications in a private cloud. An excerpt of the Symantec white paper shows that performance is a key factor that either pushes the virtualization or prevent. Gain insight and clarity with Bike House. While virtualization/cloud computing can contribute to the rationalisation of business operations and financial savings, do not do this at the expense of system performance. All advantages in other areas would be lifted, when customers and employees not in the Are able to work, which ensures maximum availability in a fast and safe environment. Of the companies that employ a storage virtualization, 84 percent of the respondents indicated that one of its objectives was to improve the performance and speed of the memory process. In return a potential deterioration of performance is why they hesitate to translate business-critical applications in a private cloud for two-thirds of the companies quite/very important. A key question for this study was classified as important objectives at the time of the adoption of server virtualization. This resulted in these results: 88% was relatively important/crucial: increase server scalability for 87% was relatively important/crucial: cost reduction of 85% was relatively important/crucial: improvement of reliability and availability for 83% was relatively important/crucial: improvement of the recovery potential of 83% was relatively important/crucial: Improving server speed’s delay in the introduction of a completely virtual environment, is another survey confirmed by, which was published in a white paper that has been sponsored and carried out on the subject of computing, EMC.

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