What is virtualization?

Conventional computer hardware was designed to run a single operating system and a single application, leaving most servers vastly underutilized. Virtualization eliminates the one-application-per-server model and allows your business to unleash available capacity from physical assets. Rather than locking the various layers together - the operating system (OS) to the hardware, the application to the OS and the user interface to the local machine - virtualization allows multiple, independent operating systems and applications to run "virtually" on a single server, making the most of each physical server's capacity.

Virtualization Benefits?

  • Virtualization can increase the utilization rates of servers by up to 80%, according to another survey conducted by VMware. The typical utilization rate of physical servers hovers between 5% and 15%.
  • Accomplish more with less equipment, especially when compared to the comparative inefficiency of physical servers.
  • Virtual servers greatly reduce the energy costs typically associated with maintaining a large number of physical servers.
  • Per-application costs are reduced by up to 30%; virtualization makes it far easier to design customized solutions that improve daily operations.
  • On average, operating costs are cut by at least 25% overall, according to the VMWare survey respondents

How We Do?

Your best virtualization strategy depends on your goals and on the demands of your specific environment. We can help you understand both. Whether you're a small organization trying to extend the value of the resources you already have or a large data center that's pushing the automation envelope, we delivers solutions that makes sense for your budget and business.

  • Server consolidation: Slow (or reverse) server sprawl, reduce costs, improve utilization and help regain control of your IT by consolidating servers with virtualization.
  • Storage virtualization: Simplify cumbersome tasks, such as allocating storage, load balancing, configuring RAID, and backing up and restoring data
  • Client virtualization: Simplify the process of maintaining, distributing and patching applications, as well as reducing desktop management labor and staffing cost.
  • Application virtualization: Accelerate application deployment, simplify application migration and provide users access to applications anywhere without application installs.
  • Disaster recovery: Reduce the time it takes to protect and recover data from hours to seconds.