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Rightsizing of workload is always a huge topic in virtualized enterprise environments. It starts with how to get users to order the right size of VM and then eventually leads to how to Apply Rightsizing Recommendations to existing vSphere VMs. During this blog post, I mainly talk about oversized VMs, which are 95% of the Rightsizing Recommendations I have seen in various environments. Undersized VMs are often quickly identified by the application owner, but unused resources are rarely returned. When you get into the customer perspective, a bit more memory and vCPUs than required for the application is no bad
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