TEI Report – VMware Migration | Microsoft Azure
Read this commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting to explore the cost savings and business benefits of implementing Azure VMware Solution.
the total economic impact of microsoft azure vmware solution
Microsoft Logo

The Total Economic Impact™ of Microsoft Azure VMware Solution

Simplify your organization’s migration of VMware workloads to the cloud and maximize your existing talent and technology with Azure VMware Solution—no expensive rearchitecting needed.

Read The Total Economic Impact of Microsoft Azure VMware Solution (2024), a commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of Microsoft, to learn about the potential cost savings and business benefits of using Azure VMware Solution, such as:

  • A projected return on investment of 298%.
  • $5.1 million saved in server refresh and decommissioning costs by year three.
  • Enhanced performance and an 80% reduction in downtime, saving $4 million over three years.
  • $1.2 million saved over three years by moving workloads into a system that doesn’t require retraining system administrators.

* To understand the benefits, costs, and risks associated with this investment, Forrester conducted in-depth interviews with four representatives who have extensive experience using Azure VMware Solution. For this study’s purposes, Forrester aggregated the interviewees’ experiences and combined the results into a single composite organization.


Read the study

Tell us a little about yourself

* Please complete required fields

Related Content


5 ways to increase trust

When people know your business can maintain their privacy, it's better for them and you. Here's 5 ways to ensure you grow that trust.

Get the e-book >

GDPR impact

Unsure how privacy compliance will affect your organization? Our experts share the true benefits and obstacles of data management.

Watch now >

Lorem ipsum

Innovative tools such as dictation and Windows Hello sign-in can make the digital world more accessible for those who live with dyslexia, seizures, autism, or other cognitive differences.

Discover tools for neurodiversity >
Get the study