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One way IT organizations try to assure an acceptable level of application performance in complex environments is to follow vendor-established practices, often called virtualization “best practices”. They are usually developed by application and platform vendors and reflect the application design, expected resource consumption and many other performance considerations. Vendors spend long hours in the lab, thoroughly testing and refining such specs. Virtualization, however, can create issues with such practices that can lead to anything but “best” results.

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