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Why Legacy Tools Are “Worse Than Useless”

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Why Legacy Tools Are “Worse Than Useless”
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Calling something ‘worse than useless’ gets your attention. And when it’s being said by noted analyst Bernd Harzog of The Virtualization Practice, it gets it doubly so. In our recent webinar, “Blame Wars – the VI Admin Strikes Back,” Xangati was lucky to have Bernd’s participation. With a huge amount of valuable info shared in the webinar, I want to repeat some of the discussion here in case you missed it.

At this point, you’ve already enjoyed the initial benefits of virtualization – AKA the low hanging fruit. And now you’re starting to feel the pressure from management to get the business critical apps on board. But to do that – and to keep your users happy – performance management must change – and your legacy tools are simply not able to cut it.

Let’s take a quick look at why the way we used to manage physical systems doesn’t work in a virtualized environment:

To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, Why Legacy Tools Are “Worse Than Useless”

 

 

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