Time to rid yourself of resource-sucking zombie virtual machines

Purple zombie_500_cZombie virtual machines (VMs) are those that are no longer being used, but still reside on the system somewhere, sucking the life out of your virtual infrastructure. Deleting a VMware definition from vCenter doesn’t delete the VM itself, and with unused templates, abandoned images and outdated VM backup snapshots lying dormant in your storage, it’s possible that you don’t even know they’re there.

But it doesn’t have to be this way.

Stop your zombie machines hiding in the shadows with Foglight. The software works hard to eliminate lifeless VMs by identifying what’s lurking on your virtual environment and even deleting them on your behalf.

Get the free 30 day trial now and take back control of your virtual infrastructure.

Try Foglight now

 

Author: Alice Hollis, Marketing Manager
AliceAlice takes care of our brand, and supports the sales team. Before joining Foundation IT, she worked as a consultant for a number of IT and technology companies, helping to increase their brand awareness and launch new products. Alice also manages the marketing for our sister company, Foundation SP, ensuring close collaboration between both companies and their partners.

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