Virtualization is a technology that reduces the number of servers, storage devices and network devices by creating virtual spaces that
allow several hardware devices to be consolidated into one.
By making it possible to consolidate several physical servers onto just one, virtualization dramatically lowers hardware costs and energy
consumption. Even servers that run on different operating systems can now reside on a single piece of hardware. And if one of the servers
goes down, virtualization software instantly restores it back to a previous version, which makes a lot more sense than rushing out to buy a
new server, reinstalling the software and migrating data while company employees wait.
Virtualization offers major business benefits that include minimizing downtime, lowering hardware costs, reducing space requirements,
cutting energy consumption and costs, and offering much greater operational efficiency, redundancy and control.
» Datacenter virtualization
» Server consolidation
» Virtualization management
» Desktops virtualization solutions
» Private and public cloud virtualization
» Virtualization backup solutions
» Application virtualization
» VMware implementation and configuration services
» Business continuity and disaster recovery
» Onsite and remote assistance
» Procurement services