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We have a small environment consisting of 5 physical PC servers running departmental applications. What's the best approach for server consolidation? Do you recommend server virtualization? SAN or NAS? Would VMware or Citrix Xen be best suited for this? What's Microsoft's approach?
What tools are being used to diagram server architecture? This question is from the Microsoft Virtualization Chat on ITKnowledgeExchange.com