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Virtualisation, a mainstay in most IT environments today, has come to represent a panacea for the data centre, eradicating a tranche of issues associated with increasing workloads and organisational growth. But it doesn’t come without its problems. Through its inherent abstraction of physical hardware components, virtualisation maximises resources, increases data centre space and yields value from servers.Its benefits are many, including saving capex costs on physical hardware, achieving better utilisation of existing resources and better balance of performance and management.In addition, the costs for infrastructure administration and management remain within IT operations and the maximum return on the hardware investment can be achieved.