Over the past several years, virtualisation has evolved from a popular buzzword into an effective strategic technology which numerous organisations have adopted and many others are strongly considering. The business benefits of virtualisation are clearly evident; lower business hardware and running costs, improved disaster recovery and higher availability.
You can utilise IT Virtualisation to create additional capacity at every layer in your technology stack. For example, use a single item of hardware to run multiple operating systems on a single device for greater computing output and savings on energy use and network administration with distributed tasks centralised for low-effort systems management.
Rationalise IT infrastructure for greater efficiency and cost control with fewer technical components to support.
- Server virtualisation - run multiple operating systems of a single item of hardware
- Storage virtualisation - combine storage in a single and easy to manage device
- Application virtualisation- separate applications from host to simplify management
- Network virtualisation - create multiple virtual networks without traditional components
Virtualisation technologies provide space and distance between computing, storage, networking hardware and the applications they support so you get more advanced technology without having to install more equipment.
Best of all, implementing a virtual infrastructure in your business is a smooth and effortless process, because using your computers will be no different. Once your Virtualisation solution is active, your administrators can coordinate pooled resources across your business, freeing IT managers to be more responsive to changing market needs and make more efficient use of infrastructure investments.