Many organizations are using server virtualization to maximize hardware usage and reduce costs.
Server virtualization products allow the assignment of CPU resources to processes. This may take the form of a maximum percentage of combined CPU utilization, or as specific allocation of logical CPUs, to a virtual machine (VM). The server administrator is responsible for making these configuration decisions. Logi Analytics' product licenses treat a VM just like a regular, non-virtualized server.
In order to ensure good performance in any virtualized server environment, administrators must be careful to allocate appropriate resources to VMs.
It's not uncommon to relocate a VM from one hardware platform to another, for example, for hardware maintenance. The Logi license will "move" with the VM, as long as the machine name remains unchanged.