Unlimited virtualization rights price breakeven point for Windows Server

Windows Server 2008’s unlimited virtualization rights feature is a great idea in theory: purchase each underlying processor at datacenter and load up Windows Server installations as much as you can with no additional costs. The issue is that Windows datacenter processors are expensive. So how many virtualized Windows Servers does it take for it to make financial sense for organizations to take advantage of this feature?

Read my take at the Servers and Storage blog at TechRepublic.



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