IBM and Intel team up on virtualisation

IBM and Intel are working together to develop tools and guidelines to help IT departments deploy server virtualisation technology.

IBM and Intel are working together to develop tools and guidelines to help IT departments deploy server virtualisation technology.

Among the first fruits of this collaboration is a virtualisation benchmarking methodology called vConsolidate. It enables multiple instances of consolidated database, mail, web and Java workloads to be run in multiple virtual CPU partitions on Intel-based System x servers to simulate real-world server performance in a typical environment.
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