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VMWare is the subsidiary of Dell Technologies that focuses on virtualization and cloud computing. Cloud computing is one of the most important technological trends of modern times, as it allows for increased global access to data all while lowering costs for companies around the world.
When it comes to technology, some of the most important aspects of companies that are involved in technology are the fact that it has to scale fast enough for its user base – since often times, these companies grow so quickly – and that it has increased mobility, so that the company can adapt to the market and circumstances as a whole, with maximum efficiency. Of course, this often is an expensive process, which is why VMWare is gaining traction in the
market. Not only does VMWare provide all sorts of simplicity, flexibility, and scale – it does it all at a low cost, which is great for the companies’ balance sheets, and which means less overheard.
End users now have easy and quick access to their applications through cloud technology, that allows for increased workplace mobility. VMWare allows more than one operating system to run on one PC, and allows for more efficient data allocation, agility, while reducing operating costs in general.
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1) Migration from a physical server on-premises to cloud server. Details- Right now, we have a box running 4 virtual machines under ESXi. One runs a Windows 2008 server with FoxPro Database and the other 3 run Windows 10Pro that we work from. The physical server is a Dell T330 with 64GB RAM, Intel Xeon E3-1220 v5 @3.0GHz, and 4 x 400GB SSDs configured in a hardware RAID producing 200GB, of which 85GB are in use. The files are mostly in 3 categories: - Database (3+ GB, shared access with multiple users making frequent changes concurrently to multiple files, high-speed access required for concurrency) - Images (11+ GB of which over half is archival. Mostly read-only access, except for original creation. Accessed occasionally, one at a time. High-speed access required only when searchi...