Hyper-Charge Your TCO

Ben Woo in a recent blog makes an interesting, and I think compelling, argument that ROI is no longer a relevant metric in assessing information infrastructure, essentially because of virtualization. Basically the argument goes that virtualization has made the infrastructure so versatile that trying to measure the results of a single workload or use has […]

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Hyper-Charge Your TCO

Ben Woo in a recent blog makes an interesting, and I think compelling, argument that ROI is no longer a relevant metric in assessing information infrastructure, essentially because of virtualization. Basically the argument goes that virtualization has made the infrastructure so versatile that trying to measure the results of a single workload or use has […]

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Hyper-Charge Your TCO

Ben Woo in a recent blog makes an interesting, and I think compelling, argument that ROI is no longer a relevant metric in assessing information infrastructure, essentially because of virtualization. Basically the argument goes that virtualization has made the infrastructure so versatile that trying to measure the results of a single workload or use has […]

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Hyper-Charge Your TCO

Ben Woo in a recent blog makes an interesting, and I think compelling, argument that ROI is no longer a relevant metric in assessing information infrastructure, essentially because of virtualization. Basically the argument goes that virtualization has made the infrastructure so versatile that trying to measure the results of a single workload or use has […]

Read the article →

Hyper-Charge Your TCO

Ben Woo in a recent blog makes an interesting, and I think compelling, argument that ROI is no longer a relevant metric in assessing information infrastructure, essentially because of virtualization. Basically the argument goes that virtualization has made the infrastructure so versatile that trying to measure the results of a single workload or use has […]

Read the article →

Hyper-Charge Your TCO

Ben Woo in a recent blog makes an interesting, and I think compelling, argument that ROI is no longer a relevant metric in assessing information infrastructure, essentially because of virtualization. Basically the argument goes that virtualization has made the infrastructure so versatile that trying to measure the results of a single workload or use has […]

Read the article →

Hyper-Charge Your TCO

Ben Woo in a recent blog makes an interesting, and I think compelling, argument that ROI is no longer a relevant metric in assessing information infrastructure, essentially because of virtualization. Basically the argument goes that virtualization has made the infrastructure so versatile that trying to measure the results of a single workload or use has […]

Read the article →

Hyper-Charge Your TCO

Ben Woo in a recent blog makes an interesting, and I think compelling, argument that ROI is no longer a relevant metric in assessing information infrastructure, essentially because of virtualization. Basically the argument goes that virtualization has made the infrastructure so versatile that trying to measure the results of a single workload or use has […]

Read the article →

Hyper-Charge Your TCO

Ben Woo in a recent blog makes an interesting, and I think compelling, argument that ROI is no longer a relevant metric in assessing information infrastructure, essentially because of virtualization. Basically the argument goes that virtualization has made the infrastructure so versatile that trying to measure the results of a single workload or use has […]

Read the article →

Hyper-Charge Your TCO

Ben Woo in a recent blog makes an interesting, and I think compelling, argument that ROI is no longer a relevant metric in assessing information infrastructure, essentially because of virtualization. Basically the argument goes that virtualization has made the infrastructure so versatile that trying to measure the results of a single workload or use has […]

Read the article →