Abdoulaye WAGUE

Abdoulaye WAGUE is a leading System and Virtualization Consultant in France since 2009. He believes businesses are moving towards virtualization technology as a way to capitalize on server utilization and considerably diminish the number of systems they have to support and manage. Therefore, it is against this background that Abdoulaye, with decades of experience in

Abdoulaye WAGUE is a leading System and Virtualization Consultant in France since 2009. He believes businesses are moving towards virtualization technology as a way to capitalize on server utilization and considerably diminish the number of systems they have to support and manage. Therefore, it is against this background that Abdoulaye, with decades of experience in managing, optimizing, securing, and supporting intricate, mission-critical data center environments for top businesses, has set out with his newly established blog, www.easyvirtu.com, to provide information deemed impartial that persons can use to evaluate, design, execute and support the right virtualization solution to meet their IT requirements and business goals. The blog will provide information and advice that gives complete virtualization technology life cycle right from planning and valuations to design and operation along with constant management, training, and support information visitors will find invaluable. Abdoulaye aim is to make www.easyvirtu.com become an indispensable and inexhaustible resource for persons seeking such information to include:

Abdoulaye, with is years of experience in managing system integration, has an extensive knowledge and know-how in both open-source and proprietary virtualization technologies, plus the following:

Even though it is not his intention to coerce any business to adopt virtualization just like that, Abdoulaye, as a certified System and Virtualization expert, has worked closely with clients to scrutinize their existing IT environment and talk over their business needs and technical objectives to decide whether it makes sense to leverage the virtualization technology. In this phase, he’d inspect and report on existing performance data including operation rates and current server capacities. He also enjoys creating what he calls “total cost of ownership (TCO) comparison charts”, which would include infrastructure expenses for storage, servers, networking, power, cooling, setup expenses for administration, provisioning, other outlays for software licensing, plan, design, deployment and management and management. It is this wealth of experience, knowledge, and know-how in System and Virtualization that Abdoulaye is promising that he’ll be sharing with his readers over the long haul.

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