With projects constantly ramping up, the Dell IT team is under pressure to deliver more computing power and new applications for product development and other internal business units. As the company grew and globalized, the 45-day window each new deployment took was simply too long to keep up with the speed of the business. Add to that a data center that was running out of space and straining the limits of power and cooling capacity, and Dell engineers knew they needed a better solution. Read this case study to learn how Dell IT group virtualized more than 5,000 servers to save the company over US $29 million.
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