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Top reasons to virtualise with EMC VSPEX

29 May 2013

Speaking at the Westcon Imagine event last week, EMC has told Techday why customers should virtualise with the company.

"Customers can transform their environment with simple, efficient and flexible virtualisation solutions," said the lovely chap on the EMC stall.

"EMC VSPEX is a proven flexible architecture solution that allows IT to quickly and consistently deploy a virtualised infrastructure to consolidate servers, applications and desktops, while helping you reduce capital and operational expenses."

Simplify your environment

Built for virtualised infrastructures:

VESPEX solutions are built with proven, best-in-class technologies to create complete virtualisation offerings that allow for repeatable and faster deployments.

Pre-sized and proven architectures eliminate the planning, sizing and configuration burden of moving from a physical to a virtual server environment.

Simple management:

Simplify management of your virtualisation infrastructure from a single point of control. Using VMware vSphere or Microsoft System Center, your organisation can accelerate the creation, deployment and monitoring of virtual machines or virtual desktops.

Improve your efficient

Improve IT efficiency:

Add optimised storage within the application management interface from your hypervisor of choice.

App and map storage for Microsoft Hyper-V and SharePoint from the Windows operating environment using EMC Storage Intergrator (ESI) and reduce time to provision by 75%.

Built-in storage efficiencies optimize size and cost savings:

Drive down storage requirements and cost with VNZ unified storage.

Save up yo 50% in upfront storage acquisition costs with built-in features such as thin provisioning, file deduplication and compression.

Flexible choices for the way you work:

Unparalleled choices:

The VSPEX solution is based on highly advanced, flexible and efficient EMC unified storage and next-generation backup architecture and your choice of server and network infrastructures. VSPEX solutions are proven and sized in reference architectures.

Scale easily:

Easily scale your IT environment up or down depending on your needs.

VSPEX provides a building-block approach to server virtualisation and end-user computing. VSPEX with EMC VNX maximises your flexibility while architecting and configuring virtualisation solutions to meet the requirements of businesses of all sizes.

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