Virtualization of Hybrid Environments -- Another Kusnetzky Group Paper

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Most datacenters are hybrid environnents. How can virtualization be best applied in these environmnents? What is the single most important tool?

Kusnetzky Group, Inc. today posted Virtualization of Hybrid Environments, another position paper intended to review the forces changing the market for information technology in general and virtualization technology in specific. These position papers are written by the well known software analyst, Daniel Kusnetzky, who is now the Principal Analyst and President, Kusnetzky Group Inc. This paper can be found on the Kusnetzky Group, Inc. website.

Paper Overview

Many suppliers of virtualization technology tell IT executives that all of their problems can be solved through the use of their technology. What they don't often say is what they really mean is that everything will go well if the organization does the following things:

  •     Virtualizes everything using that supplier's virtualization technology,
  •     Manages it with that supplier's management tools,
  •     And doesn't have needs for features or functions that the supplier's products currently don't support.

Nearly all organizations deploying virtualization are working with hybrid environments. This paper examines what it means to have a virtualized environment, what are the current challenges that type of environment presents, where virtual machine software fits and what technology can be considered the most crucial component of an overall virtualization strategy.

About Kusnetzky Group:
Kusnetzky Group, a business unit of Acuity Group LLC, brings decades of experience in all areas of the solution life cycle. It offers deep expertise in research, product planning, product development, and product marketing in the following areas: Virtualization technology, System software, Collaborative and personal productivity applications, Developing and deploying Web-based viral marketing campaigns. For more information, please visit


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