- The ability to virtualize hundreds of servers
- Hardware cost
We are a small company so having a solution that bring the costs as low as possible is the most valuable thing.
Right now, I’m looking to implement v6 with Operation Management so that would be the next step, and maybe VSAN as well.
It's pretty stable, coupled with good performance.
Luckily we have never had to use them – that says a lot.
We have always been using vSphere.
Setup was very straightforward.
We implemented on our own.
To be honest, I didn’t try Microsoft, or Citrix, so it's difficult to compare, but I'm used to it and it works – works great.
Compatibilities with software, with OS, we have some applications that are only running on XP and 32 bits. You need to do some research to make it work.