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VMware Sizing tool

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Hi Experts,

Can anyone help me on VMware sizing tool.

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Sobitharaj.S
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Are you referring to a tool to help plan a virtual infrastructure like http://www.vmware.com/products/capacity-planner/  or are you referring to something else?
The question is a bit vague, can you provide more detail please.
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Iam looking for a VM Sizing tool
which need to combine all my physical servers to VM.
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Ok, if you are looking for a tool to analyze your physical servers and determine the requirements and convert those physical machines to VMs, the look into http://www.vmware.com/products/capacity-planner

You will have to contact a VMware partner to get them to give you access to use that tool.

Otherwise if you are just looking for a tool to convert your physical machines to VM's, look at http://www.vmware.com/products/converter/
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