Evaluating Two- and Four-Socket Server Virtualization Platforms

September 15th, 2008 |
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In this video we hear from Sudip Chahal, principal engineer with the Intel IT Enterprise Architecture Group, talking about a new white paper from IT@Intel, “Evaluating Two- and Four-Socket Server Virtualization Platforms.” Chahal talks about the proof of concept testing and total cost of ownership analysis conducted in order to compare two- and four-socket servers based on Intel Xeon processors. The goal was to examine how each of four different servers would perform in a variety of virtualization scenarios.

Download “Evaluating Two- and Four-Socket Server Virtualization Platforms” (PDF) from IT@Intel.

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