Virtualization allows you to create multiple replicated environments from a single, physical hardware system.

Using an innovative software platform called a hypervisor, professionals can connect directly to the hardware, then split one system into separate environments known as virtual machines (VMs). Each one is fully formed and secure just like the original.

Virtualization helps you get the most value out of your Information Technology resources. The physical hardware and hypervisor are referred to as the host. The multiple VMs now using its resources are guests. All resources like memory, CPU and storage are pooled so they can easily be relocated. Those in charge of a firm’s technology are in control of these resources. They can quickly reassign memory, storage and CPU whenever necessary.

Virtualization allows technology experts to use a machine’s full capacity by allocating its capabilities between numerous users or environments. Therefore, it is a much more efficient method of utilizing your technology resources.

Virtualization Services include:

  • Automated data center services, with storage, networking,
    security, and anywhere/anytime availability
  • Infrastructure maintenance and management
  • Virtualized storage
  • The ability to add or remove servers as needed
  • On-demand applications provisioning

Want To Get More Out of Your Technology Investment?

If you’ve been looking for ways to use the latest technology but don’t have the money and/or space to do this, then virtualization is the solution you’ve been searching for. This technology lets you do more with less.

You can get more bang for your buck while saving time and money. The end result is greater efficiency and a better allocation of your technology resources. There are lots of other advantages such a lower maintenance costs.

If you’re interested in learning more about virtualization, why not give us a call at (409) 727-7080? We offer a full suite of state-of-the-art, reliable technology solutions that make it possible for you to stop stressing out about technology and start focusing on what matters most: growing your business.