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Infographic: The History and Expansion of Virtualized Environments from Zenoss

For some of us, virtualization has been a way of life for the past 18 years.  Pretty hard to believe that it's been that long, right?  We started using this technology when others considered it black magic.  If you sold anything that touched virtualization back in the early days, you probably spent 70-80% of the time explaining what virtualization does, what it is, and how it does it.  I still remember the disbelief coming from the other side of the phone, screen or desk, and then the comment "come on, this is smoke and mirrors!"  Fast forward and virtualization has become the norm.  Today, it's like networking in the data center... of course you have it!

This is a cool Infographic from Zenoss that shows the History and Expansion of Virtualized Environments from 1998 to the present.  Take a quick glance down memory lane, and then download and check out the Zenoss Definitive Guide to Monitoring Virtual Environments for even more info.

 

Virtualization Timeline Infographic

Zenoss offers you a free guide that explains the pervasiveness of virtualized environments in modern data centers, the demand these environments create for more robust monitoring and analytics solutions, and the keys to getting the most out of virtualization deployments.

Monitoring solutions for virtualized environments must provide the five essential features of real-time capability - real-time awareness, rapid root-cause analysis, end-to-end visibility, flexible customization and support for multiple hypervisors. However, there are a number of other important capabilities that could be pivotal in the success or failure of your monitoring platform deployment.

These include:

  • Unified view
  • Scalability
  • CMDB support
  • Converged infrastructure support
  • Licensing

Download your copy of the Definitive Guide to Monitoring Virtual Environments today!

Published Thursday, November 17, 2016 1:53 PM by David Marshall
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