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Over the last several years, virtualization has proven itself an invaluable technology for streamlining test and development environments, consolidating IT infrastructure, reducing costs and
setting enterprises on the path to cloud computing. Finding a company that hasn’t implemented at least one virtual server would be a daunting assignment indeed. The numbers are too compelling to ignore. Take consolidation, for example: experts agree that virtualization provides the ability to consolidate physical servers by approximately 20:1, cut capital and operational costs in half, and improve resiliency.