The Hub Commentary_
Management instrumentation required, service enable during development. New technology getting ready for production, but not ready for production creates the virtual stall. Service enabling, instrumenting and an integration strategy will keep management on track. Old management tools are no going to provide the data required for virtual infrastructures. It will be a combination of the virtualization and traditional management tools that will provide the end-to-end view through an integrated strategy that will break the stalemate of the virtual stall.
We’re hearing a lot about “virtual stall” these days. Supposedly, this is what happens when too many virtual machines clog up both physical infrastructure and traditional management systems, bringing productivity to a halt. This places an artificial cap on the amount of virtualization the typical enterprise can handle, and, by extension, its ability to leverage cloud technology. (Read Full Article…)