Good follow up article on vCenter Chargeback

Is VMware’s new vCenter Chargeback dead on arrival? At its current list price of $750 per managed processor, it may well be. Even though some VMware users understand how Chargeback could help them better utilize resources and reduce sprawl, its price tag will make it a hard sell.

“At $750 per processor, there’s no way in heck I could get management to sign off on what’s basically improved power and cooling,” said Kent Altena, infrastructure architect at Farm Bureau Life Insurance Co. (FBL) in West Des Moines, Iowa.

via Price, politics working against VMware vCenter Chargeback.

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