LIST OF ILLISTRATIONS
Social Construction of Technology
CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATION
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
1 Current Network Structure
2 Proposed Network Structure
This paper was written on the uses of virtualization and to make a case for its use within the company. This software can help improve the overall ability of the Company. It is shown to improve the company by cutting cost, conserving revenue and increasing profit. This document is broken down into five sections. First the section is that of the introduction. The introduction covers what virtualization is and the history of virtualization. This section starts the process and gives you a little background on virtualization and the starting point of virtualization. The second section is that of reasoning this section has two parts the problem and the solution area. It shown what our expanding company will face in the future with the servers and what they have to do for the company. It also goes into how virtualization will be the solution for the company and how it can solve these problems. The third section covers the network. It covers the existing network servers and the new proposal for the network servers. The fourth section covers some of the different network technology theories and how they can be used in the decision-making process. The last section covers the conclusion and the recommendation that are made for the use of virtualization. It is recommended that the company upgrade the present servers so that the use of virtualization can be used for the company to cut cost, conserve revenue and increase profits.
Today’s economic times, corporations are looking at their IT to find ways of cost cutting or saving on the overall process. Because of this they are looking into a new found technology which is virtualization. Virtualization is not a new concept. It has been around since the main frame computer systems. What is virtualization? It is defined as “the creation of a virtual (rather than actual) version of something, such as an operating system, a server, a storage device or network resources” (Rouse, Virtualization, 2010). Virtualization falls into three main categories: Operating System, Storage, and Applications. Because of this virtualization can be applied to almost any part of an IT infrastructure. According to Rackspace after conducting a survey found that 57 percent of companies use virtualization with their internal infrastructures (Connor, 2007). Along with that Gartner.com states that “Virtualization will continue as the highest-impact issue challenging infrastructure and operations through 2015, changing how you manage, how and what you buy, how you deploy, how you plan and how you charge” (Press Release, 2010). In this paper we will discuss server virtualization. History
Whenever virtualization is brought up most people think of companies like VMWare, Citrix, Oracle, Microsoft, and Red Hat Linux. Something that you do not realize is that server virtualization has been around since the mid 1960’s. It was pioneered by companies like General Electric (GE), Bell Labs and International Business Machines (IBM). The first system to have VM...
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