Server Virtualisation

Virtualisation makes it possible to run multiple operating systems and applications on a single physical server by implementing hyper-visor virtualisation software. 

Server consolidation - multiple applications and operating systems per server

Increased safety and decreased downtime

The ability to run different operating systems to be able to deploy legacy software

Increased space capabilities

Reduced total cost of ownership - lower hardware and maintenance costs as fewer physical servers

Safe testing - sandboxing allows for safe software testing environments.


Why Server Virtualisation?

Reduced Hardware Costs

When you implement a virtualized server, hardware utilization is increased because one physical server can now hold multiple virtual machines. Applications no longer need their own server because each virtual machine on the physical server now runs them.

Increased Productivity

Having fewer physical servers means there are less of them to maintain and manage. This leaves your IT staff more time to spend on more productive tasks such as driving new business initiatives, cutting expenses and raising revenue.

Greater Disaster Recovery

Backing up critical data is done quickly and effectively because your company can effortlessly create a replication site. Most enterprise virtualization platforms contain software that helps automate the failover during a disaster. The software also allows you to test a disaster recovery failover—think of it as your data center’s own fire escape plan.

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