Hoy Tom Riddle miembro componente de Virtual Strategy Magazine me ha informado que el Blog de Virtualización en Español ha sido seleccionado Blog del Mes por esta famosa revista del mundo de la virtualización.
Gracias Tom. Te agradezco profundamente el reconocimiento a ti personalmente y a la revista Virtual Strategy Magazine en particular.
You made my day.
Welcome to the VSM eNewsletter – January 2009 – Issue #1
Executive Viewpoint: Predicting the Future
What did they predict?
At the end of 2008, Virtual Strategy Magazine asked virtualization executives to make predictions for 2009. Here are some highlights:
- Over two-thirds of the executives cited economic pressures as the key driver for virtualization in 2009.
- Most all of them cited the need for new management tools to achieve virtualization ROI goals.
- In 2008, almost all organizations had significant virtualization initiatives, primarily on low-end to mid-range applications, but not high-end, mission critical applications.
- Just about all realized significant server cost, energy and footprint savings, but the rapid adoption caused a new issue — increased virtualization infrastructure complexity, which threatened ROI.
- Driven by economic pressures, 2009 will be the year of mainstream virtualization adoption.
Look for a full summary next week on VSM.
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Blogger of the Month
Jose Maria Gonzalez has a 17-year history in the tech industry and is the author of the immensely popular Spanish Virtualization Blog. Jose focuses on server virtualization, and highlights his insights on VMware, Citrix and Microsoft products.
For Jose Maria Gonzalez’s blog in English click here.
For Spanish click here.