Information and announcements from Program Managers, Product Managers, Developers and Testers in the Microsoft Virtualization team.
Green, Sustainability, and Environment – what does this have to do with virtualization? Quite simply virtualization technologies can help you reduce your carbon footprint, reduce energy, reduce cooling, and of course save some money as well.
Today we're announcing the release of a set of tools available at www.hyper-green.com designed to help you and your organization quantify the environmental and cost savings benefits available through some of Microsoft's virtualization technologies. At the site you will be able to build a simple environmental savings report for server virtualization projects you are considering and access a set of tools, including a deeper scenario-based ROI analysis and infrastructure assessment that can help you get started on realizing that value.
Check it out now: http://www.hyper-green.com/
Many of our customers have already been able to translate their implementation of virtualization technologies into the reduction of their CO2 emissions by cutting down on energy and cooling usage. We are showcasing a number of case studies for customers that have done this such as Banque de Luxembourg and Kentucky Department of Education at www.hyper-green.com and we will continue to update this library with new examples from various industries.
If you’ve already used virtualization technologies to drive “green” benefits in IT, please visit www.hyper-green.com and share your own virtualization story. This is a great opportunity for you to help others understand "what is possible" and contribute to the benefits of virtualization in reducing environmental footprints.
Sr. Product Manager, Microsoft
Windows Server Group
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I wanted to share with you our recently launched tool at www.hyper-green.com. The tool creates a report
This post was contributed by Nate Solloway, a new guest blogger to our team. Nate has been supporting the infrastructure needs of Community IT Innovators (CITI) clients since 1998. Community IT Innovators (CITI) is an employee-owned company committed
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