I'm working on a project to consolidate servers. Of course, they will not purchase any new equipment so I'm trying to figure out a solution with what we have.
I have several HP Proliant 380 G4 servers with external drive bays. I'm looking to virtualize a secondary DC, a few development and QA servers, and a web server with very little load. I have licensing for 2008 Server and 2003 server. I know I can not use Hyper-V since they are 32Bit servers and I see Vmware server is no longer supported as of last year.
Could anyone provide a possible solution to virtualize some servers in the environment I have?
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