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Virtualization refers to technologies designed to provide a layer of abstraction between computer hardware systems and the software running on them. By providing a logical view of computing resources, rather than a physical view it allows one computer to run multiple operating systems, leading to a more efficient use of hardware resources.

Beyond the potentially dramatic cost savings, virtualization can greatly enhance an organization’s business agility

Additional benefits include:


Reduced CAPEX and OPEX.

Minimized downtime.

Increased efficiency, agility and availability.

Fast provisioning of applications and resources.

Business continuity and disaster recovery.

Data center management.


The journey toward cloud begins with virtualization. Virtualization has emerged as the key disruptive technology and enabled data centers to deliver cloud services

Virtualization can increase IT agility, flexibility, and scalability while creating significant cost saving. Workloads get deployed faster, performance and availability increases and operations become automated, resulting in IT that’s simpler to manage and less costly to own and operate. Additional benefits include:


Reduce capital and operating costs

Minimize or eliminate downtime

Provision of applications and resources faster

Simplify data center management

Build a true Software-Defined Data Center


Techaccess, can assist customers with:


Support services

Managed services

Storage Virtualization

Network virtualization

Software Define datacenter



Types of Virtualization


Server Virtualization

Server virtualization enables multiple operating systems to run on a single physical server as highly efficient virtual machines


Network Virtualization

Network virtualization allows applications to run on a virtual network as if they were running on a physical network but with greater OPEX benefits and all the hardware independencies of virtualization. Network virtualization presents logical networking devices and services logical ports, switches, routers, firewalls, load balancers, VPNs and more to connected workloads


Desktop Virtualization

Virtualized desktops and applications can be quickly and easily delivered to branch offices, outsourced and offshore employees, and mobile workers using iPad and Android tablets.