But assuming the customer has a legitimate need for virtualization, there are a few things you need to consider. Before taking on the project, you must have the resources on your team capable of architecting a virtualized environment. These architects and engineers need to be able to determine how best to use the benefits of virtualization for the customer. They should also have training in the virtualization technologies that they will be implementing.
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